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United States

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English NLP trainer Andy Smith shares with you useful tips and principles from NLP that you can use to get clear on what you really want, accelerate your success, and be more effective in your work, life, and relationships

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@practicaleq

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English

Contact:

0844 284 6372


Episodes

The NLP Spelling Strategy: Practical NLP Podcast 50

11/11/2014
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Is your spelling holding you back? Lots of people who thought they were just ‘naturally bad spellers’ have improved their spelling with the NLP Spelling Strategy. It turns out they weren’t naturally bad at all, they were just using a … Continue reading → The post The NLP Spelling Strategy: Practical NLP Podcast 50 appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:06:21


Utilising and Changing Strategies: Practical NLP Podcast 47

8/4/2014
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This week we find out how to use a strategy that you have elicited – for example, finding out someone’s buying strategy and then using it to give the buyer the information they need to make the decision to buy … Continue reading → The post Utilising and Changing Strategies: Practical NLP Podcast 47 appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:13:18


How To Elicit A Strategy: Practical NLP Podcast 46

6/22/2014
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This week we look at how to use the TOTE model to elicit someone’s strategy – either for doing something that they are good at, or for having a problem. So strategies are useful both for modelling excellence and skills … Continue reading → The post How To Elicit A Strategy: Practical NLP Podcast 46 appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:09:17


Strategies And The TOTE Model: Practical NLP Podcast 45

5/28/2014
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This week we start to get to grips with ‘Strategies’ – our internal ‘programs’ for doing what we do, both problems and the things we’re good at – and the TOTE Model, the standard model used in NLP to make … Continue reading → The post Strategies And The TOTE Model: Practical NLP Podcast 45 appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:17:30


Metaphors: Practical NLP Podcast 44

2/26/2014
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This week’s podcast is a quick guide to how metaphors are used in NLP and how to create them. Featuring: How metaphor is fundamental to how we think and express ourselves Why an angry person is like a volcano and … Continue reading →The post Metaphors: Practical NLP Podcast 44 appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:08:22


Practical NLP Podcast 43: Milton Model part 5

2/10/2014
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The final part in our epic series on the Milton Model covers some patterns with offputting names! But they are easier to understand and use than the names would suggest. So find out about: Examples of ‘Switching Referential Index’ you … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP Podcast 43: Milton Model part 5 appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:11:44


Practical NLP Podcast 42: Milton Model 4 – Embedded Suggestions

12/31/2013
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Continuing with our exploration of the Milton Model and how to use it, this episode covers ‘embedded suggestions’ – a way of embedding a word or phrase within a longer sentence that your listener’s unconscious mind will hear as a … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP Podcast 42: Milton Model 4 – Embedded Suggestions appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:09:15


Practical NLP Podcast 41 – NLP, Blogging and Social Media

12/9/2013
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This week something a bit different – social media expert Sarah Arrow of sarkemedia.com interviewing me about how NLP can help bloggers and people using social media in their marketing. I posted the video of the interview (done via Google … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP Podcast 41 – NLP, Blogging and Social Media appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:29:29


Practical NLP Podcast 40: Milton Model part 3 – Ambiguities

12/3/2013
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This week we go deeper into the Milton Model, considering Pacing, Utilisation and Ambiguities. Includes: How to communicate directly to the unconscious mind so the conscious mind doesn’t notice How to use ‘pacing’ to influence a meeting Four types of … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP Podcast 40: Milton Model part 3 – Ambiguities appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:14:42


Practical NLP Podcast 39: Milton Model part 2

10/30/2013
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Part 2 of the Practical NLPMiltonModelpodcast covers language patterns that can be classed as Generalisations and Deletions. Most commentaries on the Milton Model describe its use in trance inductions – here we look at some practical examples for a businesscontext. … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP Podcast 39: Milton Model part 2 appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:10:52


Practical NLP Podcast 38: The Milton Model part 1

10/17/2013
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The Milton Model part 1 If you want to influence people in any way, you need to know about the language patterns in NLP’s ‘Milton Model’. These are the ‘artfully vague’ patterns modelled by Richard Bandler and John Grinder from … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP Podcast 38: The Milton Model part 1 appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:14:33


Practical NLP Podcast 37: The Meta Model part 3 – Deletions, And How To Use

9/18/2013
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This week’s episode concludes our exploration of the Meta Model with the group of patterns we can class as Deletions, and the associated questions to recover the missing information. We also include some vital tips for using the Meta Model … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP Podcast 37: The Meta Model part 3 – Deletions, And How To Use The Meta Model In Practice appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:15:11


Practical NLP Podcast 36: The Meta Model part 2 – Generalisations

9/13/2013
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In this podcast we continue to explore the set of ‘marker’ language patterns and associated magic questions for uncovering missing information or helping us to realign our ‘mental maps’ with reality that in NLP is known as the ‘Meta Model’. … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP Podcast 36: The Meta Model part 2 – Generalisations appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:07:03


Practical NLP Podcast 35: The Meta Model part 1 – Distortions

9/7/2013
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In this week’s podcast we start exploringthe set of magic questions called the ‘Meta Model’, which help you to uncover missing information, challenge generalisations, and straighten out distortions. These questions are going to be ultra-useful to you in all kinds … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP Podcast 35: The Meta Model part 1 – Distortions appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:17:22


Practical NLP Podcast 34: The Hierarchy of Ideas (or ‘Chunking’)

7/31/2013
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In this week’s podcast we learn about ‘chunking’ – how people parcel up information into three or four ‘chunks’ in their working memory. We get our heads round the ladder of abstraction, or ‘Hierarchy of Ideas’, from big picture all … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP Podcast 34: The Hierarchy of Ideas (or ‘Chunking’) appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:16:09


Practical NLP Podcast 33: Presuppositions in Language part 2

7/19/2013
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This week’s podcast continues to explore different kinds of presuppositions in language. As this is part 2, it would definitely be worth you listening to part 1 first so you get the complete list of linguistic presuppositions. This episode covers … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP Podcast 33: Presuppositions in Language part 2 appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:11:03


Practical NLP Podcast episode 32: Presuppositions in Language part 1

7/3/2013
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In this week’s podcast we start to look at ‘linguistic presuppositions’ or presuppositions in language – the implicit statements embedded in what people say or write that you have to take as true (‘presuppose’) in order to make sense of … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP Podcast episode 32: Presuppositions in Language part 1 appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:11:42


Practical NLP Podcast 31: Language – Deep Structure and Surface Structure

6/26/2013
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A short and sweet episode this week as we start getting into the ‘Linguistic’ part of Neuro-Linguistic Programming – language! This episode introduces what’s to come in the next few podcasts, and why this knowledge will give you greater precision … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP Podcast 31: Language – Deep Structure and Surface Structure appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:06:39


Practical NLP 30: Chaining Anchors and Practical Applications of Anchoring

6/19/2013
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The longest ever podcast this week, as we get a step by step guide to chaining anchors, suggest some real-life practical applications for anchoring in business and elsewhere, review the material about anchoring covered in the last few podcasts, and … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP 30: Chaining Anchors and Practical Applications of Anchoring appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:18:01


Practical NLP 29: State Elicitation For Anchoring – the How-To

6/12/2013
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State elicitation is one area that I think isn’t given enough attention in many NLP books and even courses. But it’s important, because when anchoring fails, most often it’s because you haven’t elicited a strong enough state. Find out how … Continue reading →The post Practical NLP 29: State Elicitation For Anchoring – the How-To appeared first on Coaching Leaders.

Duration: 00:08:25

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