Passing the Exam

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I am so happy today, I worked hard for my last exam, NLP Practitioner certification. It is an area that I thought I knew a lot about because I heard Tony Robbins talk about it in his program Personal Power 2, when I studied that. That is a program which is over 20 years old, and the explanation that time, did not exactly describe what I have learned over the last few months. NLP is short for Neuro-Linguistic Programming. It includes many different technologies, and it was very interesting to learn it properly.

In the course there was lots of exercises so I have practiced a lot on my fellow students and on my friends. This is really a fun tool to put in your life coaching suit case. That is where it belongs, in the tool box. There is many applications from NLP that are perfect for life coaching, however, some of them lean more towards hypnosis. That is real hypnosis, not the one that some of my friends had been shown on TV during the last 20-30 years.

You know, where the hypnotist get people into a trance and get them to walk around a sing like a crow or talk like a hen. In fact, from Steve G Jones, which is a hypnotist I have got a more reflective view on what hypnosis is, and it has nothing to do with the thing they has projected it to be on TV. It is really strange why TV again prove to try to alter peoples view on a thing. I am not really surprised, as it is what TV do in most cases. I can no longer believe anything I see on TV. Or, it has to be a documentary, and I have to know who is behind it, and what view they are projecting.

It is the same no matter what you watch, there is always a try to brain wash you, that is why the programs are made, they are not there for pure entertainment. Usually a great portion of the programs are created to make you feel addicted to keep watching that machine or screen in front of you. It is an addiction, just like alcohol, drugs, or gambling. You know why? Because the television companies are relying on people watching their programs to earn revenue in form of commercials.

Today, I am so happy because I have passed the exam, so now stands the big test, getting to use it in real life, on people that do not know me. I hope you are ready to take the step and come and book an initial consultation with me.

Hope to see you soon.

Greetings
John Eide

Author: CoachEide

I am a Life Coach, I live in Norway now, have been a teacher, lecturer, academic leader, worked in Banking, and in Call Center. Now I am sick, and had to slow down, so now I do my business over the internet mostly.

4 thoughts on “Passing the Exam”

    1. So true Breege, I am surprised not more people are waking up to that fact and turn from the TV and from those terrible shows. I do nearly not watch movies or series any longer. And it is for the reason I cannot stand commercials or the addiction I see in the viewers, they sort of have to be there to see the programs and cannot go anywhere else to do something else, it is like they are glued to the screen!!!

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