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neuro-linguistic

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  • And as dating advice goes, alongside recent tips for a man to give women backhanded compliments in order to make them seek his approval, and use neuro-linguistic programming to trick them into bed, the message "Be nice" seems not only simple but depressingly necessary.

    Up front: Eva Wiseman

  • The answer is probably of not of much use for helping adults with L2 pronunciation, but it constitutes an interesting linguistic or neuro-linguistic riddle nonetheless.

    P is for Pronunciation « An A-Z of ELT

  • Practitioners of neuro-linguistic programming claim to have subliminal techniques (synchronising breathing, etc) for achieving it.

    P is for Presence « An A-Z of ELT

  • I became a life coach, master practitioner and trainer in neuro-linguistic programming NLP and hypnosis, as well as a qualified yoga teacher.

    Sophie Keller: How Happy Is Your Health?

  • Using a delightful array of theatrical devices -- magic tricks, basic neuro-linguistic programming, word play, a blackboard that reveals hidden truth and then becomes a doorway to a less-than-comforting experience of enlightenment -- he delivers all the laughs a person could hope for and a great deal more as well.

    Dylan Brody: Bob Dubac's Free Range Thinking: Comedy Beyond the Brick Wall

  • Prior to this he was teaching pseudo science neuro-linguistic programming and using the chiropractor's kinesiology techniques to sell his products and seminars.

    Grant Cardone: James Ray Was Warned

  • They each underwent a 30-minute session involving a combination of hypnotherapy, neuro-linguistic programming and thought fields therapy.

    Vertigo Sufferers On a High After Mass Hypnosis | Impact Lab

  • A Well-formed outcome is a term originating in neuro-linguistic programming for an outcome one wishes to achieve, that meets certain conditions designed to avoid (1) unintended costs or consequences and (2) resistance to achieving the goal resulting from internal conflicting feelings or thoughts about the outcome.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Obama is not just using subliminal messages, but textbook covert hypnosis and neuro-linguistic programming techniques on audiences that are intentionally designed to sideline rational judgment and implant subconscious commands to think he is wonderful and elect him President.

    Just a Charismatic Presidential Candidate?

  • The. com was taken, the name was a bit of a tongue twister and people often ask us to repeat it or spell it out, typing the name was long and difficult, the name meant nothing to search engines and the acronym NLP stood for neuro-linguistic something or other that no, we know nothing about.

    Choosing a Name for Your Business

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