Hubby has recently completed a NLP training course. He had wanted to take up an NLP course since last year, but didn’t know which course provider to choose from.
Only when he met an old friend 2 months ago, he was recommended to join the NLP course provided by Billy Keuk International (from Singapore). So now hubby has obtained his NLP certification as a practitioner, and this considered one of his short-term goals achieved. (It’s an expensive course.)
What is NLP and why on earth did hubby want to learn NLP (neurolinguistic programming)? Well, in simple words, NLP is a branch of science of how our brain learn and experience, which can affect how we behave and communicate. By understanding this, and knowing how to apply the techniques of NLP, you can communicate effectively with people, whether to make them buy the things you sell, get them to do the things you ask, or even change a person’s old habit! It’s that powerful, if only you have mastered the skills of NLP.
Most people who took up NLP course are those involved in selling (e.g. salesmen) or training (e.g. human resource staffs). Hubby took up NLP because he plans to develop a new career as a trainer or coach. But before he is able to do that, he needs to consistently practise and master the necessary skills. Currently he is applying NLP techniques at work, where he deals with different types of individuals who always need some form of ‘coaching’. 😛
Actually, what I would like hubby to do best, is to first practise NLP on himself. Haha! It would be good if he can ‘program’ himself to form the good habit of flushing the toilet IMMEDIATELY after using it in the morning! (That’s the reason my toilet bowl get stained so fast after I washed it :P)