Neuro-Linguistic Programming For Dummies - Kate Burton, Romilla Ready

Neuro-Linguistic Programming For Dummies - Kate Burton, Romilla Ready

Understand once and for all what NLP is and how it can make a revolution in your personal and professional life!

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Do you need improvements in your personal or professional relationships? Are you determined to change or get rid of behavior? Kate Burton and Romilla Ready in the book "Neurolinguistic Programming for Dummies" tries to help you in a way that will revolutionize your life!

In addition, Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) helps you to manage emotional states, to upgrade your way of communicating and, moreover, to be more competitive in the market in which you operate.

If you are looking for some of these things, or if you have not yet delved into NLP, this book is for you. So, continue with this summary and find out more about this incredible book, what Neurolinguistic Programming is and how it can change your destiny!

About the book "Neuro-Linguistic Programming For Dummies"

The book "Neuro-Linguistic Programming For Dummies" was written by Kate Burton and Romilla Ready.

Launched in 2008, the work has 248 pages and has been, since its origin, the first contact of thousands of people with the theme Neuro-Linguistic Programming. In this book, all concepts are presented, but in a simple and accessible way.

In addition, the work combines theoretical and practical teachings, part of the creation story of this science and presents cases and examples of success. For all this, it is recommended for beginners who want to practice neuro-linguistic programming.

About the authors Kate Burton and Romilla Ready

Kate Burton is a coach of international executives and leaders. In addition, he has experience in corporate communications in IT and helps leaders, teams and ordinary people with practical Neuro-Linguistic approaches.

She works with HP, KPMG, and Microsoft, and is the bestselling author of four other books (two in partnership with Romilda Ready).

Romilla Reader is a Master Neurolinguistic Programming Specialist and director of Ready Solutions, a company founded in 1996. She holds training seminars in the UK and abroad, has articles on stress management and NLP applications.

The book "Neuro-Linguistic Programming For Dummies" is one of the partnerships between the authors, totaling three of them.

To whom is this book indicated?

"Neuro-Linguistic Programming For Dummies" is a book strongly recommended for salespeople and consultants in general to develop their power of influence. The work is also suitable for entrepreneurs and managers.

Going out of business, NLP can still help you if you (or someone you love) are suffering from problems such as depression, phobias, psychosomatic disorders, learning disabilities, and more.

Main ideas of the book "Neuro-Linguistic Programming For Dummies"

Kate Burton and Romilla Ready have partnered quite a bit and have come up with several insights on "Neurolinguistic Programming for the Dummies":

  • Neuro-Linguistic Programming seeks to understand how you feel, think and see some everyday situations;
  • One of the essences of programming is finding your own resolve;
  • Enjoy the benefits of NLP at work, at home, with and around your family;
  • How can you apply NLP in your daily life (personal and professional)?

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[Book Summary] Neuro-Linguistic Programming Workbook For Dummies - Kate Burton, Romilla Ready

Overview: After all, what is Neuro-Linguistic Programming?

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (or NLP) for authors Kate Burton and Romilla Ready consists of nothing less than training for winners.

This is because NLP seeks to understand how you feel, think and see some everyday situations.

"Neuro-Linguistic Programming For Dummies" seeks to reach those who are charmed by people. No, NLP is not just for "mentalists," psychologists, parapsychologists, or someone else.

In this book, the authors aim to make NLP accessible, easy, and useful to everyone; but what is NLP anyway?

It is the way our conscious and unconscious behaves based on the idea that we experience the world through all the senses we have.

OK, let's uncomplicate.

The Four Pillars of Neuro-Linguistic Programming

  • Make a relationship with yourself and the surrounding people;
  • Realize that the world changes when you use all the senses;
  • Give direction about what you want;
  • When your attitudes are not working, do something different.

Starting from these four pillars, the authors lead us on experience to new levels of achievement, happiness, adventure, and success. Kate Burton and Romilla Ready claim:

"If you always do what you always did, you'll always get what you always got".

So welcome to the Challenge of a New World!

Overview: Changing with NLP Logical Levels

According to Kate Burton and Romilla Ready, the objective of NLP regarding change aims to show that they can be easy.

One of the essences of programming is finding your own determination, which keeps you focused on your career and personal life.

Yes, this is the basic recipe for you to achieve your goals with energy and confidence!

Putting it into practice, you can use NLP logic levels to observe how things are going on in your everyday life and especially around you!

Let's go: Imagine that you need to make a very important decision about a particular change and apply the following process:

  • Acknowledge that things are out of alignment: You recognize when something is not comfortable and you need things to be different.
  • Find out where change really needs to happen: An exercise in figuring this out is to ask yourself questions that will help you where change needs to occur.
  • Once you identify the logical level, put it back into alignment with others: simple habits or changes can be adjusted more easily.

One tip: For change to be really easy, you need the right time and place, from external objects such as equipment to internal things like your thoughts and experiences.

Overview: Focus on Success

Kate Burton and Romilla Ready hope that as you read this book, you will enjoy the benefits of NLP in your work, at home, with your family, and around you.

Therefore, in this topic, we separate specific guidelines from the authors. Check it out:

Develop yourself

Manage your personal and professional relationships.

  • If what you are doing is not working, change it.

Negotiating a win-win situation

  • Start with the desired result and use the most specific result when reaching a trade;
  • Write down your criteria so that the most important ones come first.

Know who the sales targets are

  • NLP principles encourage strong sales relationships;
  • Good sellers associate product benefit with customer desire;
  • People buy you before the product. To connect to the buyer first.

Create powerful presentations

  • Make your purpose clear;
  • Through your language, touch everyone in the audience;
  • Feel confident about being in public.

Managing Your Time and Precious Resources

  • We all have 24 hours a day;
  • Long-term planning is much easier;
  • Your experience will be better if you understand what your relationship with time is like.

Be trained for success

  • It is the action that makes your dream come true;
  • The training aims to help people maintain balance and harmony.

Use NLP to Enhance Your Health

  • Programming seeks a connection between mind and body. NLP sees people as a system that needs balance;
  • NLP helps you stay focused on who you are and what your values are for staying in tune with your health.

Relating to your audience

  • Each individual learns in one way and NLP respects that;
  • Be curious when learning a new skill;

Don't worry, it's up to you to decide how these tips will be applied.

So, how about homework?

No need to panic, this task involves the seventh art! So prepare your popcorn and check out the excellent recommendations from the authors Kate Burton and Romilla Ready themselves:

Ten movies that include NLP processes

  • "As Good as It Gets" – James L. Brooks;
  • "Bend It Like Beckham" – Gurinder Chadha;
  • "The Color Purple" – Steven Spielberg;
  • "Field of dreams" – Phil Alden Robinson;
  • "Frida" – Julie Taymor;
  • "Gattaca" – Andrew Niccol;
  • "The Matrix" – Larry Wachowski;
  • "The Shawshank Redemption" - Frank Darabont;
  • "Stand and Deliver" – Ramón Menéndez;
  • "The Three Faces of Eve" – Nunnally Johnson.

What do other authors say about it?

In the book "Focus", Daniel Goleman argues that practice only brings you closer to perfection if done intelligently, that is, if the person practicing is using that time to make adjustments and improvements. How much attention you pay during practice is crucial.

Jack Welch, in "Winning", points out that we should always seek quality in our professional life. If you are not satisfied with your job, find a job that provides enthusiasm for your career, it is very important that you do not settle and leave the comfort zone.

In "Convince Them in 90 Seconds or Less", Nicholas Boothman shows different techniques to sell, interview and lead much more easily.

Okay, but how can I apply this to my life?

Now that you have followed the basic principles of the book, how about review the topics?

  • Set aside a moment from your day for self-awareness and personal development: wake up an hour earlier, pray, meditate, exercise, read books that enrich your life, put your plans and goals on paper, and think about them clearly;
  • Invest your time in people: get involved with other people's projects, talk to them, and extract things that can add to your life;
  • Start using all your senses: right there where you are, take a deep breath and focus on the smell of the environment and things, also sharpening your sight, hearing, touch, and taste;
  • Focus on your goal: if your goal is to save money to earn a home, for example, create an investment or savings account (even if it's a piggy bank) with an objective name such as: "Achieving Home Ownership";
  • Stop banging your head against the wall: if something is not working the way you want, reassess the situation. Try a new approach to achieve your goal or even change your goals;
  • Have a calendar (paper or digital) and write down your criteria: see what's most important, stop procrastinating and do what has to be done first, without wasting time.

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