Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is one of the best models for understanding
how humans communicate and make sense of the world around them. When you
understand this model and master the basic concepts, you are on your way to ...
Author: Roger Ellerton
Publisher: Renewal Technologies Inc.
This ebook contains a diverse collection of fifteen NLP and personal growth articles. Some articles will educate you on basic NLP concepts, while others will challenge your current way of thinking and how you view the world around you. If you take time to read all of the articles and fully consider what is said, rather than quickly skimming them, your thoughts about yourself and what is possible will most likely change. A companion ebook contains another fifteen articles and a third is planned. Many of these articles appear on my website, renewal.ca. As well, some articles, in whole or in part, have appeared in my previous books or have been published in magazines or newsletters (e.g. NASA's Work/Life Navigator newsletter, The Costco Connection magazine, Tone magazine, Canadian Mortgage Professional magazine, Canadian Real Estate Wealth magazine) or internet sites such as: positivelivingtv.com (a web component to the lifestyle television show Positive Living TV, which aired on A-Channel, CityTV and One: The Mind, Body and Spirit Channel in Canada), evancarmichael.com, naturalhealthweb.com, nlp-center.net, selfgrowth.com, lifecoachpnlp.com, nlpglobalstandards.com and positivearticles.com. Almost all articles in this ebook vary from the originals as they have been updated and/or subjected to additional editing. Although you and I have some common interests, we are far from identical. We have experienced different childhoods, have different cultural experiences and I am sure our beliefs and values differ in some way. As a result, you may find some of the articles particularly insightful, while other articles may be challenging or not resonate for you at all. And then your friends or family members may have totally different opinions on the articles, yet again. Yet, a year from now, articles that you found particularly moving may no longer resonate as you have moved past that issue in your life; while articles that originally did not make sense, seemed inappropriate or were just bland may be the ones that hold new insights or truths for you. If you do find an article challenging or not relevant and you want to quickly dismiss it, I respectfully request that you come back to that article when you have time to fully relax. Explore if there is something in the article that you are choosing to ignore at this time and that if you were to fully explore that issue or idea perhaps it would open new doors or avenues of thought that will make a significant difference in your life.