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NLP Practice Club (Est. 2007). A place to master soft skills Pages

NLP Practice Club:

The club is open to:

any communication novice, who wants to
- become an even better communicator
- learn the process of growth and personal development
- master to become an expert modeler

and to any veteran communicator, including those who are already certified in NLP (neuro linguistic programming).

The key objective of this meetup is to get NLP knowledge - a user manual for the brain, 'into every participant's muscles'
At any meeting participants have a chance to practice immediately the NLP tool(s), presented at the meeting. Hands-on exercises are done in small groups (typically in pairs or 3's).

Ultimately every NLP workshop experience is to be innovative, enjoyable and highly stimulating.


Definition of NLP:






A) We are NOT a SOCIAL (a.k.a. "dating") Meetup !
We are a serious NLP (neuro linguistic programming) study group. Why? We all like to practice NLP communication techniques to make more money ( $$$ ) with our ever improving NLP skills!

B) For-profit "Training" mentors, counselors as well as experts who like to sell promotional / training products and services are NOT appreciated to join this NLP practice club. obviously this includes anybody from multi-level marketing businesses.

C) Guidelines for a meaningful self-introduction.

Potential statements like (DO not use them or similar ones as part of your introduction/profile):
.... I like to meet with like-minded people ...
.... I want to improve my communication skills ...
.... I'm curious about NLP and wonder what it's all about ...
.... I'm fascinated with NLP and like to more about it ...
.... I'm a poor communicator ...
.... I read about NLP in books and want to learn more about it ...
.... I want to better my soft skills and social skills ...

are -ALL- fully understood. Hey, that's why this meetup exists.

Certainly don't include these types of statements in your personal introduction. Rather be more explicit.

Obviously , the more explicit your description is, the more it will not just benefit you but this NLP meetup as a whole. Wouldn't this outcome be in your mind to start with ?

Ultimately, would it then not be the most opportune to rather state:

1. what your outcome (goal) for mastering NLP (neuro linguistic programming) is,
2. in what way may other members of this meetup can benefit from you being a member too,
3. your professional background - or, if you are a student then what's the major
4. your possible level of NLP knowledge

We suggest to keep the introduction low key and pithy. (Cover at least 3 of these 4 points). There is space for some 30 - 35 words. ( PLEASE spell-check before you release your posting)

You don't need to repeat your name in the description.

It's suggested NOT TO mention in this introduction your phone/fax #'s, www, address, e-mail or company name, FB or Twitter.

Be noted that both existing members and those who consider joining this NLP meetup tend to review the our members' introduction. Some potential applicants may use it as a determining factor to attend a meeting or join this group at all. Ultimately your powerful personal introduction will be to everybody's benefit. Would you not agree?

Topics of up-coming meetings:

Topic No.1
--> 38% of any communication is: TONALITY .... Perfect it - now !

Topic: No.2
--> Influential Language. It's said: People like People who like them

Topics from past meetings
--> Social Intelligence - a Pivotal Asset in International Business Success

--> Reframing - the NLP technique for better achieving goals & handling objections

--> Language patterns to detect deletion, distortion & generalization in talk & text

--> Rapport - The establishment for trust & harmony @ work and @ home

--> Anchoring, a practical behavior self-conditioning, as first observed by Pavlov's dog

--> Learn to create metaphors as Milton Erickson, M.D. (psychiatrist specializing in medical hypnosis) used them

--> Beliefs all highly successful people have in common

--> Learn to think with your body

--> Meta models (the heart of NLP)

Be$t .... The Organizer

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