As Sara progressed in the NLP Practitioner program, she realized she was in the right place. Her dream to become a coach was coming true. She learnt change models to accelerate success for her clients. It was beginning to get her more and more excited. She could not wait to complete this program and begin working with clients.
She was beginning to see how profound NLP tools were. Short and sharp processes that cleared phobias for instance. Others in the class were eradicating negative emotions like anger and fear in a matter of using a twenty minute process. What was the difference here?
Click here toSylvia was Sandy’s NLP trainer. An ex-banker who had reinvented herself she soul searched over five years to find something that would have meaning in her life. As she meandered through her journey she changed people around her, language she used and even the career she had been accustomed to.
Her posture and outlook transformed. Beginning to realise she was also attracting different types of people like Sandy, John and Sara who were also on that same path. Intuitively they knew she would be able to help as everything she said was like music to their ears. They needed guidance from someone like her who had been there done that!
As Sandy got deeper into the NLP world with her repertoire of coaching clients increasing through the years, she began to achieve phenomenal results for her clients. Knowing how to navigate through their minds in the shortest possible route, they found themselves in a good space, in a short period of time.
More and more they began to refer to her as a guru or a master. She had heard these terms used loosely in the Learning & Development world when she worked in corporate. She was adamant that she was referred to as a messenger, a conduit of change or something along those lines.
With logistics of a new year out of the way, it was time to get the ball rolling. Trevor felt everyone needed to settle in from the last year. He scheduled a start of February for his culture alignment project. He wanted this initiative to work. Focus was important since he was dealing with changing mindsets.
His game changer posture was to have all employees feel relaxed rather than stressed. This meant a higher retention rate for what they were about to learn, the perfect landscape to start opening doors in their minds.
Sylvia is a qualified Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Trainer. She started her business in Sydney and is now based in Singapore.