An Almost Inventor of NLP Parts I, II, and III Published in Anchor Point, 1997 L. Michael Hall, Ph.D. Just how close did William James come to inventing NLP? When […]Read more
Published in NLP WORLD, 1997 An Almost Inventor of NLP L. Michael Hall, Ph.D. Suppose we made a correlation between Adlerian Psychology (theory and methods) with the model and technology […]Read more
The Pattern That Could Change The World! L. Michael Hall, Ph.D. What follows here is a basic NLP pattern that was originally created by Richard Bandler and John Grinder. You […]Read more
Yes they mis-named it! And what a tragedy that mis-naming has created. Yet as with most things human, they undoubtedly were doing their best and simply didn’t imagine, didn’t think, […]Read more
The Problem I recently asked a number of NLP trainers in Hong Kong, Egypt, Tokyo, Malaysia, and Australia, “What is the biggest challenge that you face in your NLP practice […]Read more
The Well-Formed Outcome By Dr. Bob Bodenhamer No doubt, you may have considered the New Year and what you want to accomplish. In recent decades, many have written about the […]Read more
By L. Michael Hall, Ph.D.
So you want to run your own brain? Good for you. What a wonderful objective! And so rare. Many people talk about running their own brain and taking charge of their own mind, but just watch them when criticized or insulted.
Neuro-Semantics is a discipline about communication, about high quality and masterful communication skills. Arising from NLP and the cognitive-behavioral sciences, we have identified seven critical distinctions for unleashing your best communication skills and performance and for mobilizing the resources for becoming the most professional and masterful communicator that’s possible.Read more
L. Michael Hall, Ph.D. In 2009, NLP (founded in 1975) is 34 years old and yet it is still one of the world’s best kept secrets for personal growth and […]Read more