Linguistic (language)- language in business and how NLP can assist

NLP implies Neuro-Linguistic-Programming. Linguistic constructions affect your beliefs and behaviors. Thus NLP begin with a great interest in language. NLP helps you in using language that motivates and inspires. NLP has a discredited approach to communication and personal development. Language represents your experience.

NLP should be there as part of the syllabus for those who are working in the public field. It may be the sales, marketing, orators etc. NLP teaches you how you can convince others without hurting them. It will help you in communicating and influencing others with elegance and integrity to get things done speedily.
You must gain rapport with the listeners and keep psychological congruency i.e. the act of truly focusing towards your primary goal without hesitation. It should be both linguistically as well as in nonverbal communication while the relationship of the person listening and feeling a psychological connection with you. You need to display behaviors like confidence and understanding.
When you become an expert persuader through NLP you’ll able to utilize proven ways to accurately detect lies and also interpret emotions such as anger, boredom, confidence, nervousness, and many others. You will able to correctly decode other people’s actions and gestures to be able to persuade them when they are in their most responsive state.

Suppose that you are in sales and you may have used the procedure with a bit of success. Have you ever remember that you get your potential client talking and you get them to lead to the point that they have to get whatever you are selling. If you remember any of your successful sales presentations, you may realize that a number of the clients had seemed to sell them. Whether you noticed it or not, you may have applied a few of the NLP techniques. What if you understood all the tactics and can make this happen every time you sell?

One big mistake that most of the business leaders make in their everyday communication that on many occasions kills the message before it even gets started. NLP techniques ensure that you will not make this fatal error. NLP provides you advanced patterns of language called quantum linguistics. It will help you in removing barriers to your success. No one will able to notice an unusual way of conversation which leads to definite success.

NLP provides you other ways for convincing others to help you ‘unlock the key’ in winning support from your sponsors. It can also help in getting cooperation from everyone. It can help you in writing a report or proposal in convincing language. NLP converts your words into ‘language of successes. NLP automatically add a magnetic effect in your communication with motivational language. Communication is the biggest challenge in business. NLP assists in promoting good communication and negotiation strategies along with management skills.

Effective communication is among the benefits of NLP. This communication may be verbal or written. NLP improves your communication skills in every aspect. Language creates reality. This understanding will give you the skills of precise use of language which will lead to move your communication in the direction you want. NLP helps you in mastering in the use of proper language.

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Neuro – (behaviour) and its affect on business and how NLP can assist

NLP relates to the event processed by your five senses and nervous system. Most of you already possess the skills essential for resolving issues that bother in your daily life. The neural network where these skills have stored has lost the connection at present. NLP helps in establishing this connection that access those problem solving skills easily.

NLP handles your subjective experience. The origin of capability to achieve anything we desire is the unconscious mind. The unconscious will take any sustained impression or thought particularly fueled by emotions and convey it into manifestation without doubt. It’s the task of a conscious mind to select carefully which sustained impressions and thoughts the unconscious mind receives.
When the unconscious mind has been programmed by suggestions to do something, conscious mind will ‘invent’ the reasons to warrant it. It is an inbuilt mechanism to make us feel consistent with our actions. A suggestion can easily influence our unconscious, to make us feel to compelled to do, think or feel a particular thing. Due to the mechanism of consistency, you might consciously justify doing it. In normal life, a process of compulsive habits occurs constantly.

NLP helps you to discover how other people are creating their experience inside their minds. NLP leads you to understand, change and improve those internal states of mind. Conscious mind is director of the subconscious mind. It is the programmer of the unconscious mind, which is creative and execute out the program using its tremendous energy.

In NLP there are several filters before you feel it inside your minds. You will find three main filters which act as the doors of perception. These filters are deletion of information, distortion of meaning and generalization.

Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) means conventional training methodologies to accomplish your objectives. NLP has the great impact on individuals, teams and organizations. It shows the positive impact on results and the main point here. NLP has infinite potential applications running a business. NLP helps in bringing out hidden human excellence. NLP actually sharpens and strengthens your personal skills and qualities.

NLP has referred to as “An art and science of personal excellence”. NLP understands your behavior patterns, then influence your behavior. NLP is popular with salespeople because doing so assists them in gaining power over others. NLP helps a lot to social workers, therapists and businessmen because of its method of gaining sensitivity to others in conflict resolution.
There are many models available in NLP that will help you in developing following aspects in business:
• Set clear goals
• Define realistic strategies
• Understand and reduce stress and conflict
• Coach new and existing staff
• Improve new customer relationship
• Enhance sales performance
• Improve effectiveness of your staff
• Improve productivity
• Improve profitability

Road to Stress Release Tip #2

Breathing deeply through your diaphragm oxygenates your blood, which will help you instantly relax. Shallow chest breathing, by contrast, can cause your heart to beat faster as well as your muscles to tense up, exacerbating feelings of stress. To breathe deeply, begin by putting your hand on your abdomen just above the navel. Inhale slowly through your nose and watch your hand move out as your belly expands. Hold the breath for a few seconds, then exhale slowly. Repeat a couple of times. Daily life exposes you to various tensions and stresses. Among the issues is the quality of breathing. When you are engaged completely in your work, you forget to take deep breaths. This is also true when life is full of tensions. Deep breathing gives you an ample amount of oxygen. Deep breathing takes towards a much better mental and physical health. It will help you in managing your stress levels.

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Meditation for Busy People

If you are a stressed and busy person who feels the need to learn meditation but finding half an hour or more to meditate is itself stressful then, here are a few short meditation techniques from three to ten minutes in length. These techniques can be highly beneficial for busy people. These techniques teach you a powerful method for quick transforming the mind. It will also encourage the rapid growth and development of calmness and relaxation.

Technique 1: Calm Your Mind

Photo Credits: Serenity Yoga RetreatsIt is a simple yet effective practice that illustrates just how the way you pay attention changes the type of our experience. You can practice it within a five minute break in office, while travel or anywhere. You have to sit quietly in your chair or anyplace ideal for you. If possible you may also lay down. Then gently close your eyes. Maintain your hands on your thighs or straight by touching gently your thumb with your index finger. This will help you to concentrate immediately. Then take two deep breaths and exhale slowly. Start counting your breaths once it gets normal.

This breathing count will take you away from all your stresses and you’ll get relaxed within 5 to 10 minutes easily. This helps you when you stuck up with some serious problems. This technique will calm your mind and provide relaxation to your brain, so that you can begin working on the problem with new vision.

We have different ways of looking, both at the external world and, more metaphorically, in the mind, and how we look determines the type of our experience. We can look in a tight, narrow, focused way, which leads to physical tension inner tunnel vision and mental strain, or you can try looking in a more open and receptive way, taking awareness right to the periphery of our vision. Looking in this way leads to greater relaxation and calmness.

Closing eyes takes you away from the present scenario. It gives a good break to your stressed brain and mind. Similarly touching your fingers known as ‘Gyan Mudra’ that means knowledge hand position. It helps you to relax your body and concentrate the mind to the task of meditation. It also helps to relieve stress and transcend worldly problems.
The word Gyan means wisdom in Sanskrit. Thus, practicing the Gyan Mudra extends help to achieve instill wisdom and spiritual enlightenment. This is the reason why the Gyan Mudra is widely used in numerous meditation techniquies. It provide relief in tension and depression. It relates to expansion and knowledge. It is extremely calming and brings the spiritual openness and ease in meditation. It stimulates the brain, empower the mind, nervous system and pituitary gland. This affects the energy within and hence assists in altering mood. You feel very fresh after this practice.

It is a very simple and effective technique that you can do anywhere and needs just five to ten minutes. If you’re very busy person you can practice this technique anywhere from office to your car, or even while travelling.

 

101 Ways to Reduce Stress Short Blogs

Stress!! It seems to be the word on many people’s lips these days.

For some, it is an indication that they are busy and ‘productive’, Then when they get back home (where they’re meant to find solace from a hectic work day) stress seems to have followed them all the way back home.

Some people talk so much about being stressed, that simply hearing themselves causes them to be more stressed and they don’t know what to do in that moment to end it.

Stress is an unavoidable part of life, there are times when a bit of stress is required for doing things. However, as humans in this age, we usually overdo stress.

The good thing is that we can monitor our stress levels and implement ways to reduce the stress in life.

So how does stress operate? Let’s see: When you find yourself under pressure, worried, or distraught, stress begins to form and typically moves you from a bad to worse situation. Stress can lead to many harmful symptoms including irritability, aggravation, physical pains and aches, anxiety and a variety of unhealthy problems dealing with your body and the mind.

It is very important for our physical, mental and perhaps even spiritual well-being, that we find methods to lessen the degree of stress we experience making life easier for ourselves.

Listed below are 101 ways you can use to reduce your stress that we will give you in the next couple of months:

1 . Chamomile tea is a gentle relaxant that acts as a nerve tonic and a sleeping aid. An   essential advantage of chamomile is safe, soothing stress relief. Chamomile is an excellent treatment for sleep disorders like insomnia. The active ingredient in chamomile essential oil is called bisabolol. It features a number of anti-irritant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial properties. It reduces stress by offering a complete rest to you. It can also be good for reducing nervousness created by every day over work and fatigue. Chamomile can relax your muscles and create a calming influence on nervous irritability and anxiety. It has a gentle calming effect on your central nervous system, and has often been used to ease the impact of stress.
Simply have a chamomile tea 30 minutes before going to bed to treat your stress and sleeplessness. You can brew a nice cup of chamomile tea with some honey for a boost of nutrients after a hectic day.

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That Nagging Thought

You know what I’m talking about…don’t you? That one annoying thought that keeps bugging you all through the day, even though it might seem to go quiet for a brief moment when you’re distracted by something else, it only comes back a lot stronger at night…. Just when you thought you could relax and have some sleep!

And then we start another day all over trying to ignore that nagging thought, only to get worn down, tired and maybe a little grumpy.

My question is, exactly how healthy is it… really, to go on ignoring that thought?

Our thoughts, particularly the nagging ones, is there for a purpose. It can be your intuition, a prompting that will serve you or someone else, or a reminder to settle a problem before it gets bigger than you are able to handle.

The stress comes, not so much from the thought itself, but the meaning or label we give it.

Things i would suggest, is to get into a quiet place if you can and have some paper and pen ready – then ask yourself:

What is it about this thought that is so important as to persist?

What’s its purpose?

Is it going to help anyone by acting on the thought, or is it a negative thought originating from old programming which is not helpful to getting on with life?

What changes can be made?

If it’s an inner prompting, will it disappear when acted on?

You may be surprised to find that with this simple activity of writing down everything about the nagging thought, it goes away by itself or simply be at peace with it.

Just know that your mind is an amazing gift to you, and is there only to serve you.

Namaste!

Finding Motivation in Business

A lot of my clients come to me complaining that they are not motivated to do things in there business, saying can I motivate them, then I have others that put money into different programs (that i think a very good idea if it’s for the correct reasons) to get motivated.
However, when we look closely at motivation we realise that it’s a feeling, what we describe as a State, a “state of being”. Motivation is usually caused by external or internal stimuli that cause you to get into the state of motivation.

The problem is that when we’re seeking motivation from external or internal stimuli we’ll continually be dependent on that stimulus to feel motivated. So how is it possible to feel motivated whatever is happening? The truth is it is possible to recall a period when you were motivated and bring it to your current situation to feel motivated.
Listed below are some other strategies

Firstly have a great reason why you would like to be in business and ensure it is towards what you want rather than away from what you don’t want. Away from motivation only motivates you for a time as soon as you begin getting outcomes are likely to go back towards what you don’t want.

Secondly remember a time when you were totally motivated as you do this feel the feeling of being motivated, see what you saw and hear what you heard, and also as you do that enter into that motivation, now while you do that apply an external stimuli (anchor), or look at a picture of you having the lifestyle you wish. Perhaps you might like to do that to a song so that every time you hear music you will feel motivated.

You will want to do that several times to improve the anchor experience so that later on when you lack motivation, you are able to apply the anchor. This is a great way to get started however remember the same way you do “not motivated” you can do “motivated”

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