People who are kinaesthetic will typically be breathing from the bottom of their lungs, so you’ll see their stomach go in and out when they breathe. They often move and talk verrry slooowly. They respond to physical rewards, and touching
Day: 1 June 2019
We realise that even though you’ve made it to the point where you can train and be successful at what you are doing, sometimes the resources for NLP Trainers take longer to build up. That’s why we’ve put together a variety of different NLP ‘boxes’ with all manner of wonderful ‘playthings’ that normally would take you years to develop, then refine. We have a selection of power point slide-shows, order forms, manuals, audio media pieces, invoices, feedback forms, logistics and more.
Have you ever learned something (like NLP) and thought to yourself “Wow this stuff is sooo great! I wish I’d learned it years ago!” or “Why don’t they teach this stuff at school?!” Well the great news is finally, they do!
Alan Carr took a course by one of our NLP trainers a few years ago; he stood up and announced that he wanted to be a comedian. Years later we all know he still wants this ambition! OK, cheap shot as he’s not here to answer. Yet whatever you think about him, he’s got to where he wanted to be – through NLP to comedy! Can learning how to do stand-up comedy change the way you think or improve your life? Taking a stand up comedy class used to mean learning how to write material, hold the microphone, or talk to the audience. Kyle Cease’s enthusiasm for neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), says there is a new school of thought on teaching stand-up comedy.