Frequently Asked Questions
NLP stands for neuro-linguistic programming.
According to Robert Dilts, NLP describes “how interactions between thoughts (Neuro) and language (Linguistics) organize the functioning of our body and our behaviours (Programming) and the results we obtain.“.
These are the experiences that are encoded in our nervous system using our five senses and allowing us to categorize them.
These are the manifestations of our programming that are expressed through verbal and non-verbal language and which determine the experience we live through the internal representations that we assign to those experiences according to their context.
These are the patterns, conscious and unconscious, that we have developed through our experiences and according to specific contexts.
NLP is about the how and not the why and is a solution-oriented approach which means it focuses on what we want rather than what we no longer want in our life.
In NLP we use the language of the mind and the subconscious to transform the way we think about and view events in order to produce new specific and desired results.
NLP allows us to discover the deepest structure of a given problem in order to deconstruct the beliefs that are blocking the way to our goal and transform this awareness into learnings that promote change.
Simply because the life coach is a valuable collaborator in helping you create your own awareness thanks to the powerful tools of NLP that facilitate personal development, change and goal achievement.
NLP is for you if you want to achieve a goal connected to one or the other of the following areas: personal development, relationships, career, couple, family, health, spirituality, etc.
The NLP coach uses powerful questioning to clarify your goal by making it S.M.A.R.T., i.e., Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-bound.
The coach offers a tailored-made program which includes customized tasks to meet the specific needs of each individual. Several tools are used and shared with clients so they can build their own awareness, free themselves from unconscious blockages and thus promote change and goal achievement.