Escape The Rat Race….within 12 months :: Meetup #4 :: Quarter 1 Review :: Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Presentation

Escape The Rat Race….within 12 months :: Meetup #4 :: Quarter 1 Review :: Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Presentation
Event on 2015-04-01 19:00:00

For our fourth meetup we will be reviewing the group and it's members progress so far, sharing knowledge, observations and ideas with one another in a focused and 'taking action' environment.

We will also be highlighting one new business opportunity which we feel offers the fastest and lowest cost entry point for creating a supplementary income whilst still maintaining a full time job. 

To complement this discussion, i am very pleased to also inform you of a special presentation from one of our group members Benjamin Oxford. Ben is a qualified Master Practioner in NLP.

For anyone that has not heard of NLP before it stands for Neuro Linguistic Programming. The techniques and principles behind it look at how words affect our thoughts and how our thoughts affect our actions with the underlying purpose of how we can model excellence in other people.

Ben began studying NLP about 18 months ago and he is now at the point of Master Practitioner. He is also a certified coach and hypnotherapist, and he find's it fascinating how the use of language can affect our neurology.

NLP is used in a wide range of industries from business, sales and marketing to therapy and relationship management. During the evening Ben will be taking you through a few practical techniques that can be used in your day to day lives to help you draw out the things you truly want in your financial life and how you can take the necessary steps to get them.

The below link is an explanation of NLP from one of the co-founders of the principles and one of the most influential figures in personal development.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=US89JaCd7U8

Please feel free to contact Ben before the event if you have any questions.

Ticket Price is £5 and must be paid before the event.

at Expedia, Angel Building
407 St John St
City of London, United Kingdom

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