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Modeling Neville Goddard – Part 1
By January 7, 2011 21 Comments Read More →

Modeling Neville Goddard – Part 1

“Effective modeling begins with ignoring what the person you are modeling says or thinks is important, and noticing exactly how, when, and where he puts his attention, energy, and focus.” Many readers of Neville Goddard miss what would call the big splash in Neville Goddard’s stream of life.   The big splash is what is […]

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Ego Getting You Down?
By August 26, 2010 0 Comments Read More →

Ego Getting You Down?

Many problems I have found with NLP coaching clients come down to an excessive “sense of self” combined with a need for “external validation”. “Notice the difference between the first half of each sentence below and the second half.  The first half has less focus on “the ego” and more on a quality.  The second […]

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Will submodality changes will hurt you?
By August 25, 2010 4 Comments Read More →

Will submodality changes will hurt you?

Hey mate, Within 24 hours of me posting on an NLP newsgroup, about me and Billy doing a live training at the mall, I’ve received 3 emails telling me what I did with Billy was a simple submodality change. “Bull.  If you think that you don’t have a clue. I NEVER do submodality work, because […]

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Why isn’t NLP working for you?
By August 20, 2010 4 Comments Read More →

Why isn’t NLP working for you?

His email was the way I like them, straight to the point, “Why isn’t it working for me?” I ask myself, “what is the result I have in mind, but why isn’t it working for me?  (Read Part 1 Here:  The Question) W did a quick 15 minute coaching call, and what I noticed was […]

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What sales trainers don’t want you to know.
By August 6, 2010 1 Comments Read More →

What sales trainers don’t want you to know.

If you want to close more sales, and get more yesses, you’ll love this. It recently came up on a Personal Consulting Coaching call. If you expect the sale to be hard, or fall through, it will show up in all you do. If you assert the sale will be easier than the prospect thinks […]

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