7 Popular Reasons to Avoid an NLP+® Course


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7 Popular Reasons to Avoid an NLP+® Course


If you’ve ever met someone who has done a Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) course you will know that they are almost fanatical about all of the benefits that it brings to their life and they want to tell everyone about it.

For us, it is because NLP has had such a profound effect on our lives that we always want to shout about it from the rooftops.

But we also have to be honest with you that it doesn’t suit everyone because of its dark side. There are a number of legitimate reasons that people may wish to think about before attending one of our NLP+® courses.

So that you avoid any unnecessary hurt and distress please read the following list of reasons why you may not want to take our NLP+ course.

1. It will make you take responsibility

You will realize that the only one responsible for getting your results in life is you and you will have a powerful mindset and toolkit to help you get those results.

If you want others to create your life for you then maybe NLP+® is not for you.

2. You will stop blaming others

You will notice that everything that is created outside of you starts from inside of you and the world is just a mirror of what is happening inside. You will stop blaming others for ‘doing things to you’ and take control. You will also discover they weren’t to blame anyway.

If you like blaming others then NLP+® is probably not for you.

3. Your life will stop being one big drama

You won’t be able to have a life filled with drama once you know NLP+®. It may be that the ‘drama’ people that were in your life stop speaking to you once they realize how in control you are of your life and won’t play the drama game with you any more.

If you like drama (outside the theatre) then give NLP+® a miss.

4. It will take all of the enjoyment out of judging others

Where you used to enjoy pointing out other people’s faults, that will now just seem cruel. You will no longer enjoy talking behind other people’s backs because you will be busy talking about the amazing changes that you are making in your life.

If you love gossip then steer clear of NLP+®.

5. It will wreck going to McDonald’s

As you will be looking to get the most out of life you will gain an enquiring mind that will make you research both what will help you and also what has been holding you back. You will start to understand that McDonald’s isn’t really the food of champions!

If you’re into junk food you best leave NLP+® well alone.

6. It will stop you feeling sorry for yourself

You will have a whole bunch of powerful techniques to get rid of negative emotions such as Anger, Sadness, Fear, Hurt and Guilt and all of those limiting beliefs that have held you back. You will be empowered to take action.

So if you want to wallow in your own self-pity please don’t come anywhere near NLP+®.

7. It will wreck your connection with anything that is self-sabotage

You will notice how all of your old habits have been affecting you adversely, yes even the ‘fun things’, and this may destroy your need to smoke, drink, stay up late, party, and eat fast food. Things that you did previously may seem a waste of time and you change your habits to support getting the things that you want in life.

If you love your life the way it is now and don’t want to take control then definitely stay away from our NLP+® course.

Hopefully you can see that our tongues were firmly in our cheeks when writing these 7 reasons and we can reassure you that there are people who take NLP courses who still enjoy the ‘fun things’ in life although they become more interested in how these things impact on their results and more thoughtful about how much of them they do.

The truth is that taking our NLP+® course can and most likely will change your life and the great thing is that you are always in charge of when, how and at what rate you choose to change and get the results that you want.

If you get too carried away we can always put you in touch with NLPers Anonymous for further help. 🙂