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A Homeless Man Sleeps in the Back of a Denny's Restaurant...

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020 : Read 2,871 Times : 418 words (Aprox 2 min read)

Most people assume he's a dirty menace. He's kicked out in the middle of the night because he doesn't have enough money for a cup of coffee.

They don't realize the impossible downward spiral he's stuck in that put him there. They don't know that, even though he is homeless, he cleans and grooms himself every day in a locked Del Taco bathroom and washes his clothes at the laundromat with the precious little money he has to keep his sanity so he doesn't slip down the rabbit hole of becoming a "bum." They don't realize the support of his family and friends has run out (or at least he thinks it has).

They don't know him and they don't want to. Would you want to know him?

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The Five Second Rule: An NLP Perspective

Saturday, November 11th, 2017 : Read 2,931 Times : 1759 words (Aprox 8 min read)

The Five Second Rule by Mel Robbins: An NLP PerspectiveThere has been a lot of talk lately about “the five second rule,” the subject of a book and media campaign by Mel Robbins.

The premise is that your brain is your enemy when it comes to success and achievement, so you have to "trick it" to be good at anything.

The author explains how procrastination and apathy caused her life to spiral out of control – a failing marriage, a career she hated, etc. – and the only thing that turned it around and “fixed” her life was counting down backward from five and taking action the second she gets to zero.

Why?

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Using NLP to Develop a Perfect Memory

Monday, March 20th, 2017 : Read 2,773 Times : 928 words (Aprox 4 min read)

Have you ever forgotten someone’s name?

Of course, you have… it’s one of the most common (and embarrassing) situations.

What about a phone number?  Or a to-do item on your task list?

If you’re like most people, you think you have a less-than-perfect memory.

In fact, you’re wrong... Research has shown for decades that the subconscious mind absorbs and records at an astonishing rate (over 2,000,000 bits of information per second) that your conscious mind (which processes only 126 bits per second) isn’t even aware of.

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Is It Possible to Have Freedom AND Wealth?

Friday, July 31st, 2015 : Read 1,683 Times : 629 words (Aprox 3 min read)

WealthFreedomConflictRegardless of where you live in the world, you are probably surrounded by people who are full of limiting beliefs about wealth.

The biggest challenge in trying to change this limiting mindset is a strong societal belief that we have to a) trade our time for money and b) work hard to earn money.

Many people wrongly believe that it’s impossible to become wealthy unless you’re given an unfair advantage (like an inheritance or a high-dollar education, even though 60% of the Forbes 400 richest people were born in poverty and/or are dropouts), you’re “lucky,” greedy, or even worse... a criminal.

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Homeless... Again (An Escape from the Comfort Zone)

Monday, April 6th, 2015 : Read 2,501 Times : 660 words (Aprox 3 min read)

Tustin MeadowsTwenty-three years ago, at just 19 years old, I was homeless.

I wasn’t on drugs or alcoholic. I was just an angry, misguided kid with problems I didn’t know how to handle.

I spent the better part of six months sleeping on a park bench in Tustin Meadows Park in Tustin, California, USA.

I am now homeless again. But not in the way you might think…This time, things are a little different.

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The NLP Marketing Experiment: Is Your Subconscious Mind a Sponge?

Tuesday, February 17th, 2015 : Read 3,314 Times : 330 words (Aprox 2 min read)

Are you an “aware” person?

Most people think they’re pretty aware and observant, but the fact is, our conscious awareness is tiny compared to the subconscious mind.

I’ll give you an example…

Take a moment to look around your environment. As you do, I want you to notice everything brown in your environment. Just take inventory of everything brown in your environment.  Take about 30 to 60 seconds to try this.

Great. Got it? Good. Now...

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Asking Powerful Questions to Close More Sales with NLP

Friday, February 6th, 2015 : Read 3,952 Times : 810 words (Aprox 4 min read)

Your sales results depend largely on your ability to build personal and emotional value for your prospects.

I have made countless purchases based purely on emotional appeal, while very few of my purchases in life have been based wholly on logic. If you think about your past purchases, you’ll probably say the same.

Using NLP to Develop Sales Questions

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is the study of influencing the subconscious mind through every-day conversation...

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Five Ways to Make Money with NLP

Friday, January 16th, 2015 : Read 4,786 Times : 1059 words (Aprox 5 min read)

As an NLP trainer, people always ask me, “How can I make money with NLP?”

I remember starting out in this field. As an owner of my own software company, I was already versed in business and marketing, so I was able to break six-figures my first year in NLP. One of the biggest ways I help struggling NLP Practitioners, NLP Master Practitioners and NLP Trainers these days is by teaching them business skills to help them thrive with their NLP skills...

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How to Close More Sales and Put More Cash In Your Pocket with NLP

Friday, January 9th, 2015 : Read 1,412 Times : 1306 words (Aprox 6 min read)

Go to any sales training (I've been through a ton of them) and you will be inundated with the same old stuff.

The Ben Franklin close, the sharp angle close, the take-away, distraction techniques...

A lot of that stuff worked well in the 70s, 80s, and even the 90s, but today's audiences are more sophisticated, more cynical and less trusting today than ever before.

So how do we get through to people whose shields are always "up"?

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What are you digging for?

Monday, November 25th, 2013 : Read 2,317 Times : 458 words (Aprox 2 min read)

ShovelOne day, a man decides that he wants to be wealthy, important, successful.

So he goes down to the river and decides he’s going to dig for treasure. He’s looking for buried cash.

He digs and digs for hours on end, but finds nothing but rocks.

He digs through the morning and beyond lunch, completely forgetting to eat. He digs through the afternoon and into the evening, frustrated that all he keeps finding are rocks, and tossing them aside.

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