How to Apply Anti-Handicap Factors to Reduce Your Chance of Failing Anything

How to Apply Anti-Handicap Factors to Reduce Your Chance of Failing Anything


I remembered a story Barney told us about a client who wanted to cure alcohol addiction. The problem was he kept relapsing largely because of influences from his friends. And every time that happened, Barney would pull him back and redesign a new change plan for him. You see, the client already knew his “why”. Continue reading

Work-Life Rebalancing: Expanding One-Dimensional Success with NLP

Work-Life Rebalancing: Expanding One-Dimensional Success with NLP


by Peter Fleming Until last year, I had been working as an employee for 20 years—starting out as a qualified accountant and ending as a Regional VP of a “Big 5” Management Consultancy. Although very successful by most people’s standards, I was not reaching my full potential. I was improving bottom line results but not Continue reading

Reinvent Yourself: How to Rise Above the 15 Critical Traps of Self-Illusion

Reinvent Yourself: How to Rise Above the 15 Critical Traps of Self-Illusion


Just fully consider, if your life is not working the way you want it to work – what is stopping you? Look at the nature of your traps, which block you. According to Dick Sutphen “Reinventing Yourself“: “If you’re not happy with the way it is, reinvent yourself!” Decide clearly what you want. Set self-contained Continue reading

NLP improved my “bandwidth” as a Teacher

NLP improved my “bandwidth” as a Teacher


by Rugayah Kassim I am very grateful to Barney and Mind Transformations for imparting NLP to me. It was a great investment of my time, effort and money attending the NLP Practitioner course. Without this knowledge, I would be lost. My future will be full of overwhelming challenges. Having learnt NLP has changed me a Continue reading

How I use NLP as a Coach

How I use NLP as a Coach


by Laurent Vuibert “NLP is like a set of precision tools; they can do wonders when you know how and for what purpose to use them.” I coach to connect people with who they know they truly are. I believe that when we are in touch with our authentic selfs we open the door for extraordinary Continue reading

My “A-ha!” Life Changing Moment in the NLP Course

My “A-ha!” Life Changing Moment in the NLP Course


By Irene Khor I have almost always, challenged myself to do things differently. I used to believe that to be successful in life, I had to set my own distinct standards. Even if I was just a pebble on the beach, I wanted to be THE unique one. That’s probably the reason why I had Continue reading

It’s All In The Mindset: How to Recession-Proof Yourself

It’s All In The Mindset: How to Recession-Proof Yourself


by Azman A. Jalal It seems to me that economic crises have a tendency to surface almost every ten to twelve years. And just like a phoenix rising out of the flame, every crisis builds one’s character – that brings about strength and courage in a person. The downturn of 1985 has certainly been such Continue reading

Improving Coaching, Training & My Performance—There are many Opportunities to Apply NLP

Improving Coaching, Training & My Performance—There are many Opportunities to Apply NLP


by Sandra I have made use of NLP techniques to varying degrees in many areas of my professional life: in coaching colleagues, in enhancing relationships, during meetings with clients, and when designing and delivering training. I design and deliver mainly financial training to people across a range of industries, roles and experience. Coaching Staff A Continue reading

Reflections of a Christian NLP Practitioner

Reflections of a Christian NLP Practitioner


By Cynthia Teo Should Christians attend an NLP course? Can they watch Harry Potter? Can Christians do a magic show? Can Christians …? Should Christians…? Yoga? When I told my church cell group leader that I had signed up for NLP course, she appeared concerned. “You should talk to the Pastor,” was her response. NLP Continue reading

Self-Acceptance: To Be Ordinary

Self-Acceptance: To Be Ordinary


I strive to be ordinary. As these words came out of my mouth, and my heart went, “yeah, it feels right to say that!” As far back as I can remember, I strived to be extraordinary. When I was in primary school, I sang “white christmas” slightly differently from the usual tune, and it sounded Continue reading

8 Steps to Overcome Procrastination

8 Steps to Overcome Procrastination


“Procrastination Is My Sin. It Brings Me Endless Sorrow Suffering. I Ought To Start Packing It In. In Fact, I Will Start Tomorrow Morning!” Is procrastination a barricade to our progress? A lot of us hate to talk about it. Try looking at it this way – it has its purpose. Maybe, our mind is Continue reading

How we Define Success Determines the Way We Lead Our Lives

How we Define Success Determines the Way We Lead Our Lives


Everyone wants to be happy, and a large part of it lies in how we define success. So how do YOU define success? Why? Because this definition determines your priorities in life. I’ve heard many people say “I want to retire rich with $XXX millions by the age of 40, so that I can then Continue reading