The Key Is Practice

bruceLeeBruce Lee knew it best. We must learn it from him.

What is the defining factor that will enable you to master NLP without going to trainings?


Mastery of NLP revolves around mastering certain critical skills, so practice is the ultimate separator between the average and the great. And using the right skills at the right time will determine not only the results you’re able to produce, but also how well you’re able to influence others to perform at a higher level.

Don’t get me wrong. You may choose to participate in a training or purchase a special or targeted training program online, but it will not be the defining factor in the development of your skill. Your practice will.

Now that NLP has become the most advanced field for modeling and influencing behavior, it’s your commitment to practice that will set you apart for success and mastery. dailyNLP is all about helping you:

  • learn the models
  • master the skills
  • master yourself
  • lead others

All you need to do is practice deliberately.

The Art and Science of Modeling

Modeling is all about creating a map that can take you to the promised land. That promised land could be wiping out a phobia in 15 minutes, earning a million dollars, learning to play the piano like Elton John, or dribbling like Ronaldinho.

In other words, modeling is figuring out how to produce superior results.

We all use modeling techniques each and every day, whether consciously or not. At home, at work, at the movies, in the street, we try to emulate the behavior of people who are able to do what we want to do.

Now it’s time to learn how to do it accurately. That’s what dailyNLP is all about.

Coaching and Neuro Linguistic Programming: A Perfect Match

Serious coaching and NLP go hand in hand — they both offer a systematic, solidly grounded epistemological approach designed to help others increase their results. In a marketplace of pop psychology, NLP allows you to track, measure and design breakthroughs that increase performance.

It’s not about becoming a therapist.

It’s also not about manipulating others or other unethical approaches.

And it’s absolutely not about a silver bullet that will instantly solve all your life or your client’s problems.

So go ahead… subscribe today to the dailyNLP newsletter and join founder Martin Messier and our large group of NLP students as we explore the fascinating opportunities NLP has to offer.

Phil Bristol - August 7, 2010

I am writing for permission to include in my paper for the Project Management Institute (PMI) North America Congress held in Washington D.C. on October 10-12, 2010 the of the material from Eye positions looking at another person. Retrieved from http://dailynlp.com/380/nlp-skills-reading-eye-accessinin-cues as shown on page two. I am a credentialed Project Management Professional (PMP) and member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) an international not-for-profit organization. The presentation will be available to the public on the Web through PMI. In addition, the PMI will be microfilmed the presentation and copies may be sold on demand. Please supply a statement granting me permission to use the work. You can mail, email, or FAX the permission to:

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