How Core Transformation Helped Me

See Free Core Transformation Preview on Home Page Full Class August 29-30, 2020 Virtual taught by Mark Andreas. Register on the Home page www.nlptrainingconcepts.com I took Core Transformation in Houston in the ’90s. It was a little different from many NLP classes and surprisingly effective. It reminds me of a very deep reframe. It is relaxing and life-changing as well. … Read More

The Eagles Have Landed

My all-time favorite movies are The Lord of The Rings trilogy.  Every year I pop in the DVDs in sequence and watch all nine hours, scene by scene until I have finished.  I think Howard Shore’s music for the trilogy is among the most beautiful music ever written for movies.  For those of you who have not read the books … Read More

Stepping into a Different River

Amid the growing restlessness of being apart from loved ones, friends, business colleagues and people in general, we are faced with changing how we do things. Many businesses are altering the way they interface with clients, teachers with students, families, and friends with socializing. Given the propensity of human nature, we love the status quo. Human beings don’t take to change … Read More

The Downside to using Body Language to Build Rapport

In the early days of NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming) people got the idea that they could get people to do what they wanted to do by matching and pacing body language. I do agree initially people feel comfortable with people they PERCEIVE are like themselves (hence, matching body language) AND if they feel comfortable they will most likely listen. However, it doesn’t … Read More

Up Front and Personal: Money Scam

For trainers, consultants and coaches… This recently happened to me. I’m reporting on it so that you can be aware and recognize it for what it is: a money scam. About 10 days ago, someone (I’m assuming it was a man. He said his name was Steve. He wanted coaching for 4 people in his family. Here are the emails … Read More

Solve Communication Nightmares

One of the most important part of your business (or social) communication is understandability to eliminate guess work on the part of the listener. Have you included enough information in your email or other written communication to specify what you are talking about and what is involved, such as days, dates, and time? The following is told from the viewpoint … Read More

Language of Success: Power of Language

We live in language the way fish live in water. It is transparent to us. We are aware that we speak and listen but not aware of how it shapes our world. When an astronomer points out distinctions about stars we are able to see galaxies, planets, constellations where before they were just a bunch of stars. Understanding language provides a … Read More

No to Emails; Yes to Face to Face To Communicate with less misunderstandings

Here are the points of a New York Times article on emails and communication. Face to face communication is information rich – we interpret from tone and facial expressions as well as content – rapport has a chance to develop Email: quick and convenient with ability to stay in touch with lots of people Positive email messages tend to be … Read More

Debunking the Body Language Myth

Well, I’ve had enough! The Body Language Experts are coming out of the woodwork.  They are blogging; they are on TV, they are giving talks.  And there are still more people out there who are pretending to be body language experts.  There is no end to the misinformation about body language in the media these days.  So much so that … Read More