Use NLP to Stop Making Bad Choices
Do you know if you are a good decision maker? You probably do have an inkling as results speak for themselves. If you feel you have had enough and would like a turnaround to making better decisions, you have the option of attending a Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) course, as there are many processes to stop making bad choices.
The crux is to figure out what the root cause is. Is your decision making hurried and coming from impatience? Or is it because of conflict where many parts within you want to do different things? We will tease these out further into this article.
When I was younger my mother always called me an impulsive buyer. I would see a dress and buy it hastily without looking at dresses in other shops. Today I know it was my intuition that drove me.
I was a very defined personality from young hence I knew what I wanted very quickly. And my decisions were good. I was happy with the result. This is how employees in companies produce high performance.
On the other hand I know a friend who attended my NLP course. She had a very bad buying strategy that didn’t work for her. As we elicited her step-by- step strategy for buying, she realised there was no internal dialogue when she decided to buy.
Instead of asking herself “do I need this?” or “could I think about it and come back later?” she just went ahead and bought it. When she realised where her problem was, she was elated. She knew this was the solution to stop making bad choices.
A little revelation like that can save you a lot of time and money, as it did my friend. So consider hiring an NLP coach or trainer to do some one-on-one sessions or an NLP course, if this resonates with you.
This is why NLP is called an accelerated learning model that leads to high performance. Companies love the change models that inherently work with employees first. Rewards abound once the team, then company reap the benefits of a highly engaged employee.
Some Types of Decision Making
A person who makes decisions impatiently, has some level of urgency in them. This is learnt behaviour.
A little reflection to understand when they first started doing this would help them stop making bad choices.
2. Internal Conflict
A person who suffers this has many parts that are pulling them in different directions. This is created from stressful situations where the person unconsciously creates parts to look after different aspects of their life
This needs expert help. Attending an NLP course or some one-on-one NLP coaching would help pull the parts together.
These are some examples of how high performance in organisations is unleashed. When parts are integrated for instance, the employee begins to feel whole again. They have focus to move in one direction that brings them results.
This is how NLP works with the unconscious mind to help people stop making bad decisions. The unique part about working through NLP processes, is that once the pattern is interrupted, it can’t work again.
It is like scratching a record and destroying it. No need for affirmations or conscious mind interventions. Typically because NLP processes create impactful accelerated results, they require only a few sessions and the person is able to self-manage.
Another big advantage and a reason it leads to high performance fast, is that at an NLP course, we work outside content. NLP Trainers are trained to work with context, process and structure not content.
This is a huge difference with the rest of the psychotherapy world. No advice is given and no questions asked. Just a statement of the situation and a client is taken through processes in their mind which are easy to do.
If you feel you would like to stop making bad decisions, tune in to your decision making and observe where your patterns lie. Look out for an NLP course and get rid of this behaviour once and for all. It will save you time and money in the long run and take you to a life of high performance.
Sylvia is a qualified Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Trainer. She started her business in Sydney and is now based in Singapore.