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A complete introductory course in the Main Principles, Practices & Presuppositionsof Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)
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  • 6.5 hours on-demand video
  • 7 Articles
  • 50 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn to plan the changes you want, set more effective goals, get on more easily with others, change patterns of thought and behaviour, and produce more of the results you want in your life.
  • This course teaches existing (and aspiring) leaders and coaches a set of modern psychological techniques that enable them to facilitate pragmatic change, inspire action, and increase engagement.
  • Learn how to connect with other people at a meaningful level, no matter who they are.
  • Utilise powerful interpersonal and intrapersonal communication skills for more empowered relationships.
  • Learn the crucial principles and techniques that inspire people to take greater personal responsibility for their own learning and self-development.
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Requirements
  • You should be able to use a PC at a beginner level.
  • You will benefit from having access to a printer (to print additional course materials).
  • You should begin the course with an intention to learn and grow as a person.
  • Many of our students have joined us due to our established reputation for high quality training, integrity and a successful transference of skills.
Description

Neuro Linguistic Programming has been around since 1970's when its co-founders first modelled other therapists and leading experts of their day. NLP is often referred to as a 'users manual for your brain' and studying this life science can give us insights into how our thinking patterns affect every aspect of our lives.

NLP looks at the way in which we think and processes our thoughts (Neuro), the language patterns we use (Linguistic) and our behaviours (Programming) and how these interact to have a positive (or negative) effect on us as individuals.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming is a collection of a wide range of methods and models which create an understanding of thought process and human behaviour. Understanding these techniques can bring about a positive change in both yourself and those whom you share these ideas with.

The central questions that NLP has historically asked are; How do we think and learn? What negative patterns hold us back in life? How do the World's leading experts achieve the phenomenal results that they do? These are but some of the questions that this course will attempt to answer.

In this Introduction to Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), you will discover how to:

  • Create more of the positive results that you want in your life.
  • Identify the source of unhelpful (and disruptive) emotions.
  • Change limiting beliefs to more useful and empowering ones.
  • Envisage the life changes you want and set more effective goals.
  • Become aware of the main building blocks of thought and experience.
  • Leverage from Neuro-Linguistic Programming to improve your relationships.
  • Communicate with more confidence and connect more meaningfully with others.
  • Utilise powerful NLP skills for developing your personal and professional effectiveness.
  • ... and much more!

For over 40 years, NLP has been respected as a powerful tool for personal change, therapeutic work, and is even used by corporations worldwide to build many expressions of personal and corporate success.

This Introduction to Neuro-Linguistic Programming course will help you to appreciate how NLP works and shows how you can maximise the quality of your personal, professional and social relationships. A range of NLP exercises are included in the course so that you can try and experience for yourself.

Upon completion of the course, you will know what NLP is and understand yourself more effectively from the inside-out. You will know how to use NLP to get more of the personal outcomes you want and have a strategy for communicating with other people in a far more empowered way.

This Introduction to Neuro-Linguistic Programming contains elements from all the main schools of psychology, and if you are less than fully satisfied with the course, claim a full refund within 30 days of initial purchase.

Who is the target audience?
  • The course is designed to build confidence and congruence in coaches and leaders (or aspiring coaches and leaders) to influence with integrity, and apply their learning directly in their lives and workplaces.
  • Target students for this course are those who are exploring Neuro-Linguistic Programming for the first time.
  • Existing NLP Practitioners may also wish to enrol to deepen their understanding with an applied focus and to gain confidence and congruence as a coach or leader.
  • Anyone who has a general (or committed) interest in self-improvement will draw value from this course.
  • Neuro-Linguistic Programming offers an excellent additional set of skills to teachers, parents, therapists and leadership (or management).
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The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming
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Neuro-linguistic programming is a collection of techniques and strategies that can be learned and lead to excellence. NLP explores the connection between neurological processes, language and experiential behaviors that enable success.

Neuro-linguistic programming helps to provide answers to the issues that people struggle with in their daily lives. By learning, practicing and coaching NLP, people can unlock their full potential. In addition, people can enrich the lives of others and help them to answer the questions that they also struggle with.

We'll look forward to sharing more with you throughout the course!

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Preview 09:23

In this video, Steve discusses his own background story and how he became so engrossed with NLP over 20 years ago now.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Steve's Primary Reasons for NLP
07:29

In this video, kain discusses some of his own background story and how he became so engrossed with NLP alongside many of the other equally complimenting life sciences.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Kain's Primary Reasons for NLP
09:38

NLP stands for Neuro Linguistic Programming.

Neuro: meaning neurology. NLP is not the science of neurology but rather the study of how our subjective experience affects our neurology.

Linguistic: meaning 'language'. Both the language we use to describe our own experience and the language we use when interacting with other people.

Programming: meaning the ability to 're-program' our cognition and emotion. By making use of techniques and processes, you can change the way you think, feel and behave. 


The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Preview 13:53

Neuro-Linguistic Programming is an extremely powerful framework of ideas, methods, strategies and principles that can used to enhance self development, and help move other people towards complete personal transformation.

Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) was founded in the early 1970s by Richard Bandler, a student of psychology, and John Grinder, an Assistant Professor of Linguistics at the University of California.

This short article gives a brief history of NLP alongside a few ideas about what it can be used for.

An Introduction to Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The What's & Why's of NLP (Article)
05:00

Have you ever noticed how much time, money and effort people spend on trying to meet their 'internal' needs with 'external stuff' - the cafetière principle should help to clear up this common mistake that's very easy to make!

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The NLP Cafetiere' Concept
07:59

It can sometimes be a difficult thing to accept, at first, that as human beings we are tremendously powerful and resource rich. NLP works from the solid presupposition that 'we have everything inside of us already in order to overcome the many challenges we face'.

We may need to learn new skills and update our knowledge, but we contain, inside of us, the potential to access all the emotional & psychological resources necessary to succeed. 

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The Resourcefulness Presupposition
09:16

The presuppositions of NLP assume that all people have the ability to create whatever they want in their lives. If another person can do it, so can you.

By the process of modelling you can do it even faster than the person who originally did it, because you don’t have to create a strategy as it has already been made for you. It’s all about getting into the right state, the state of excellence.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Preview 17:24

Another assumption we make in NLP, is that 'Anything can be achieved if it is broken down into manageable chunks'.

Often, the reason we think we can't do something is because we think about the task in it's entirety and it becomes overwhelming. When we break the task down into step-by-step blocks, things that appear impossible suddenly become possible.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The Possibility Presupposition
05:44

Work/life balance is a concept including proper prioritising between "work" (career and ambition) and "lifestyle" (health, pleasure, leisure, family and spiritual development/meditation).

In this lecture, we'll share an excellent resource with you which you can download and implement today.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Exercise: The Life Balance Workbook
03:32

NLP or neuro-linguistic programming provides a set of ideas, techniques, processes and questions that are designed to specify information, challenge and expand the limits to a person’s model of the world.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The Personal Challenge Principle
12:49

Another of the core presuppositions of NLP is that empowerment comes via taking full responsibility for every area in our lives; personally, financially, emotionally and behaviourally. Responsibility isn't a character trait that is commonly taught by many social institutions today!

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The Responsibility Presupposition
12:12

It often seems like it but 'the Map is not the territory'.

As human beings we take in everything through the five senses - sight, sound, taste, touch and smell - so when we communicate to ourselves, and the world, we also do so through these five senses. We are also bombarded by millions of pieces of data at any given moment so our brain filters this information down to manageable chunks; into what we call our 'map' or our 'model' of the world. 

This concept is central to NLP, and has been borrowed from the world of Alfred Korzybski.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The Map is Not the Territory
03:03

Another crucial fundamental of NLP is that 'we do not respond to reality, we respond to our perception of reality'. This is a crucial distinction to make because, as human beings, we often respond and react 'as if' our perception is a wholly accurate version of the world; whereas it will only ever be an approximation.

This realisation leads to being able to make some powerful changes: when you change the way you perceive the world, you change the way you respond to it.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The Perception Principle
07:00

Can You Pass the Visual Perception Test?

The human eye can often be tricked by illusions into seeing things that aren't actually there. 

To communicate effectively, it is important that we have an understanding of other people’s models of the world. All people have different ways of experiencing the world (perception, different beliefs, values, filters, etc.). By understanding and respecting these differences instead of judging, better communication will occur.

Test your own perception with these 12 challenging questions.

The Perception Quiz
12 questions

In this video, we will be summarising the main points, principles and models that Kain and Steve have been illustrating throughout the section.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

End of Section 1 Summary and Wrap-Up
05:50
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How NLP Can Influence our Thoughts & Feelings
18 Lectures 02:44:45

In this video, Kain will discuss the three different ways that we see and perceive the world as human beings. While there are times in which we can see clearly, there are other times when we can get the very wrong end of the stick!

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The 3 Ways That We See
18:26

The Mind can be our greatest ally or our most troublesome foe if we don't fully understand it, nor how to manage it. Recognising how your mind works can be the first step we take towards mastering it.

The human mind has three states: The Reasonable Mind, the Emotional Mind, and the Wise Mind. We all possess each of these states, but the majority of people operate in a specific one most of the time.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The Wise Mind Model
12:53

The Mind can be our greatest ally or our most troublesome foe if we don't fully understand it, nor how to manage it. Recognising how your mind works can be the first step we take towards mastering it.

The human mind has three states: The Reasonable Mind, the Emotional Mind, and the Wise Mind. We all possess each of these states, but the majority of people operate in a specific one most of the time.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The Wise Mind Model (Article)
02:58

It might not seem like it at times but we have a significant level of influence over our emotional and mental state of mind. In this video, Steve will outline his 'State loop' and illustrate how it can be used to make profound shifts in your neurological state. It is a model containing the following: 

Physiology & Imagination --> The 'as if' space --> Neurology --> State 

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Managing the Emotional Mind
12:27

In this video, Steve will be taking you through an emotionally evoking experience. It's often best to go through this quick, but powerful experience with your eyes open but you can also do it with your eyes open of you wish. 

This experience will illustrate powerfully the state loop phenomena that Steve described in the last video.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Steve's Emotionally Evoking Experience
09:25

In this video, Steve de-constructs the previous experience, relating it to the State Loop model.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Steve's Emotionally Evoking Experience Deconstruction
04:28

In this video and the next, kain will discuss a range of unhelpful thinking styles that you might typically indulge in. All styles are equally unhelpful.

As you go through each of these unhelpful thinking styles, you might recognise some similarities between them. Some of them are in fact very similar in nature. However, they will tend to manifest in your life in a slightly different way. The purpose is therefore to identify the patterns, and how these patterns of thinking tend to shape and hinder your view of reality.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The Most Common Cognitive Distortions Part 1
13:02

In this video, kain will continue to discuss a range of unhelpful thinking styles that you might typically indulge in. All styles are equally unhelpful.

As you go through each of these unhelpful thinking styles, you might recognise some similarities between them. Some of them are in fact very similar in nature. However, they will tend to manifest in your life in a slightly different way. The purpose is therefore to identify the patterns, and how these patterns of thinking tend to shape and hinder your view of reality.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The Most Common Cognitive Distortions Part 2
11:57

There are ten recognised unhelpful thinking styles that you might typically indulge in. All styles are equal. However, some will, of course, be more problematic than others depending on how you use them and depending on what you are trying to accomplish.

As you go through each of these unhelpful thinking styles, you might recognise some similarities between them. Some of them are in fact very similar in nature. However, they will tend to manifest in your life in a slightly different way. The purpose is therefore to identify the patterns, and how these patterns of thinking tend to shape and hinder your view of reality.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Patterns of Unhelpful Thinking (Article)
03:59

Mention the word flexibility, and most people think about yoga poses or Pilates positions instead of our thought processes. But what if we could use a flexible mindset to promote good health in our mental and emotional wellbeing?

Our mind is like a muscle, the more diverse ways that we use it, the more flexible it becomes. With practice and awareness, we can all begin to develop a more agile mind which in turn can help us to live more resilient, creative and fulfilled lives. Mental (cognitive) flexibility is about adaptability and our willingness to shift our thought patterns between the abstract and the specific, to respond to given situations in less regimented ways.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Cognitive Flexibility & Agile Thinking
04:17

In this lecture, Kain will give you an experience that'll hopefully help you to better understand yourself and better understand how your emotions work.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Kain's Emotionally Insightful Experience
10:51

I've long held a fascination with the concept of time travel. Movies with time travel themes, such as 'Back to the Future' (1985, 1987 and 1990) and were amongst my favourites.

Experiencing the world through the eyes of someone who has been shifted to an unknown time (and place) has always been fascinating.

But the reality is that we can't see into our future, and we can't go back to change the mistakes of the past, much as we might like to. Despite this, many of us do a lot of emotional time travelling every day. Some of us are stuck in an unresolved past, fretting and regretting about what we did and what we should have done instead.

And some of us are lost in some illusion of the future, agonising over what might (or might not) happen. We fall into habits of being elsewhere rather than here and now. And we waste precious time with others and ourselves when we do so.

It's great to escape while at the movies, but escaping from our present lives is such a shame. How many of us have missed opportunities of trying something new because of our fear of the unknown?

How many people do you know who have ruined their relationships because of the preoccupation that they had with past ones? How many of us are currently floating through life on automatic pilot, not noticing what is around us?

How do we change these habits so that we can be more fully present? There is no question that it is hard to shift our focus when we have had years of practice in living another way. But just as we learned to avoid our present, we can learn to engage in it again by understanding this idea of emotional time travel.

Introducing Emotional Time Travel
17:25

Anchoring is a powerful, yet natural phenomena, that we use in NLP in conjunction with larger change-work frameworks. 

It is the process of creating a link between an internal response - like a feeling - and some kind of external stimuli - something you see, hear, touch, taste or smell.

Anchoring has been drawn from the work of Ivan Pavlov - classical conditioning - and can be used for many different applications.

In this video, Steve will be introducing you to this powerful process.


The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

An Introduction to Anchoring
10:11

In this video, Steve will be adding to your knowledge on anchoring, giving you further distinctions to draw from. There are generally 5 types of anchors: visual, auditory, kinaesthetic, olfactory and gustatory. In the video, Steve will be giving examples of each to deepen your knowledge of the subject.


The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) 

Anchoring: Further Distinctions
09:32

Anchoring (Classical Conditioning) Article
04:53

Whether you like it or not, anchors will make or break your day...

In this video, Steve will outline and exercise to raise your awareness on anchoring. You can't make a difference without awareness.


The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Anchoring: Awareness Exercise
07:04

This is just the beginning of anchoring...

In this video, Steve will point to further applications of anchoring. There are lots applications, many of which are embedded within larger change frame-works.

We urge you to realise that this only the beginning when it comes to anchoring.


The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Anchoring: Further Applications
04:14

In this video, we will be wrapping up and summarising all the main points that have been made. 


The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

End of Section 2 Summary & Wrap-Up
06:42
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How to Use NLP for Outer World Success
9 Lectures 01:23:21

We don't just exists as individual entities; we are part of a social system. In order to succeed it is absolutely essential that we learn how to interact and communicate with people in a way that builds successful and empowering relationships.

In this section we will exploring some ways that you can use NLP to increase the amount of success you have on the outside.


The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) 

How the Inner Impacts the Outer
15:57

One of the big misconceptions of being an effective communicator is to realise that you don't have to be perfect. It's good practice to continually improve the way you interact but the reality of life is that perfection, while never really attainable, can actually sometimes decrease the rapport you have with people.

As human beings, we know we are all flawed; no-on is perfect. So when we see someone who appears just a  little 'too perfect' then it can often make us suspicious or unable to relate to them as much as we would with people whoa re comfortable showing their flaws.

In this video, Steve will tell a story about this to illustrate this important realisation.


The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

It's OK Not to be Perfect
03:56

There are two main ways of making an impact and influencing people.

1. The personal power method: where you become so certain about your ideas, belief and world views that you practically bludgeon them into people with your charismatic certainty!

2. Th pacing & Leading method: where you hook onto the person's on-going experience and then take it some place else.

Both of these methods can work - although the first can actually repel people sometimes - but, in NLP, our preference is the pacing and leading method. By actively latching on to a person's experience and then building onto it, your suggestions and ideas become and extension of their own; which can be a tremendously powerful form of communication and influence.


The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) 

The Different Styles of Relatating
13:17

Think back to the most enjoyable conversations you've had.

Chances are, those conversations moved smoothly from one speaker to the next, and naturally from one topic to another. There was no sense of "What do I say now?" or "Am I supposed to talk next?" You and the other people in the conversation felt free to enjoy spending time with each other instead of worrying about how to make the conversation work.

What made these conversations so special? Well, they all had something called conversation flow. Conversation flow happens when conversation is comfortable, effortless and smooth. It's the way conversations are supposed to work. It's shame that this doesn't always happen though!

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The Natural Flow of Conversing
14:26

Drilling down to language...

In this video, Steve will cover the ABC model of verbal pacing and leading. This simple yet powerful linguistic model can be used to bridge the gap between your own communication and that of other people. It can also be extremely useful when it comes to introducing new ideas and concepts into a person's existing world-view.


The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The ABC's of Verbal Pacing & Leading
15:08

In this video, kain shares an eBook with you that'll hopefully give you a better understanding about what healthy communications look like.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) 

The Communication Hacking eBook
01:37

When using NLP inside of a coaching context, all progress in measured in the distance travelled between current state and desired state. Kain will go into more detain in this video lecture.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The Art of Moving Forward
08:57

There is one primary factor that determines the overall quality of the lifestyles that people lead, and this is the willingness to take hold of a vision (for one's life) and turn it into a reality.

Today, there are  countless demands clambering for our time and focus. If we don’t get clear on what we want in in life, we can end up trapped, working for a minimal salary or helping somebody else to accomplish the goals, dreams and visions that they have for theirs.

The imperative first step that we can take towards taking control of our lives, regaining our focus and achieving the visions that we have, is to ask ourselves the following four questions.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The Express Planning Model
06:14

In this video, Steve will wrap up the course, closing some metaphors and stories and leaving you with some final thoughts.

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) 

Steve's End of Course Summary and Wrap-Up
03:49
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Recommended Reads & End of Course Wrap-Up
3 Lectures 25:48

In thi video Kain and Steve will be recommending some booms that they have found to be insightful on the subject of NLP and beyond.


The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The End of Course Recommended Reading List
13:31

In this video, Kain and Steve will be concluding the course, quickly reviewing all the main points, principles, techniques and ideas.

We hope you enjoyed the experience and recognise that this is just the beginning...

The Fundamentals of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

The End of Course Summary and Close
11:02

BONUS LECTURE: Further Study Options
01:15
About the Instructor
Kain Ramsay
4.5 Average rating
4,696 Reviews
47,120 Students
37 Courses
Innovator of Thought in NLP, CBT & Modern Applied Psychology

Over the last decade, Kain has influenced over 47,000 people towards making huge life changes in their character, communications, leadership and general wellbeing.

Having worked his pragmatic brand of personal transformation with top business achievers, sports people, musicians, entrepreneurs and ex-military personnel, Kain directs his teaching towards living a lifestyle of greater clarity, intentionality, integrity and purpose.

Kain takes an unconventional approach towards demonstrating how making small modifications in a persons thinking, can yield massive results in their day-to-day lives. He is one of the UK’s most trusted self improvement Instructors with over 35,000 students enrolled in one or more his unique range of personal growth courses.

Beginning his career in the military, Kain spent 9 years in the British Army and served on Operational Tours in Saudi Arabia, Kenya, Kuwait and Gulf War II prior to ending his service in 2004. Post Military, he also developed successful careers in finance, strategic marketing and business to business communications.

Having over a decade studying and practicing Psychology, Mindfulness, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, CBT, Therapeutic Counselling and Theology, today, Kain serves as a leader of thought in the advancement of applied modern psychology.

A successful entrepreneur and philanthropist, Kain serves as Chairman of Solid Grounds, a Scottish veterans charity, whose purpose is to serve and mentor Ex-Military personnel through the (often problematic) transition from military to civilian life.

Kain's ongoing commitment to creating life-changing self improvement resources, is surpassed only by his passion for family as a dedicated husband to his wife, Karen.

COMMUNICATIONS | CONFIDENCE | LEADERSHIP | INFLUENCE | STRENGTH

Steven Burns
4.5 Average rating
1,743 Reviews
13,469 Students
5 Courses
Founding Director of the Scottish Centre of NLP

Steven Burns, is a professional therapist, hypnotherapist, Coach & Director of one of the leading NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) training & Coaching companies in Scotland, Solutions in Mind.

Steven has trained and coached hundreds of individuals helping them overcome challenges and get more of what they want from life and, back in 2005 at the age of 28 when he put on his first NLP Practitioner course, was one of the youngest ever to deliver NLP trainings in Scotland.

He now has over 17 years experience in the field of NLP and draws from many different sources to create a dynamic and long lasting learning experience. This will be experienced throughout his unique range of online courses.

Steven is passionate about helping people achieve more of what they want out of life and has spent the last three years of his life researching social anxiety, shyness, social anthropology and social confidence.

As well as his NLP training courses and coaching clients, Steven’s speciality is in helping people let go of social anxiety and shyness to become more socially confident through a unique blend of one to one coaching, social skills training and social experience.