There is a relatively new and gentle approach to overcoming life’s problems. It involves doing what already works for someone else. It is the Psychology of Achievement.
Success leaves clues…
Most people are understandably so busy just getting through their hectic days that they don’t get round to finding out the latest brain science research on how to be more successful. Even those very few people who do aren’t always putting into action what they learn.
Let me help…
What I’ve learnt since I started reading personal development books over 30 years ago, and attending personal development training courses, is that happiness and success and getting rich has less to do with intelligence… or natural talent… or luck… and everything to do with the habits, thought patterns and deeply ingrained beliefs that you and I have.
Nothing is going to change unless you change
The most successful people in different careers or areas of life write down new goals and then work towards achieving them with the right strategies. If you’re not sure where to start and think you would benefit from some help, I can work with you to enhance the quality of your life. It would be a worthwhile opportunity for you to invest in yourself and your own personal development. It would also be a significant privilege for me to be your guide and success coach. My NLP Master Practitioner qualification (INLPTA) has worldwide recognition and I have amassed hundreds of related books, training manuals, journal articles and resources from hundreds of days of outstanding training and decades of practice, so you don’t have to!
It’s an exciting feeling to know how to unlock the powers of your brain to accomplish vastly more than you ever thought possible. You can reprogramme your brain just like you can reprogramme your computer. We didn’t learn that at school, did we?
Have you heard of NLP?
In the Popular Psychology, Business or Smart Thinking sections of online or high street bookshops, you’ll find plenty of books on Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). It’s been around since the early 1970s and is now quite popular in forward thinking companies and organisations in the UK and worldwide.
NLP is a combination of exercises, models and helpful language patterns. They have been modelled from experts and they produce personal change quickly and effectively.
Tying a shoelace seems like a magical strategy that we may have thought we would never master when we were much younger. Yet, most of us become so good at it, we can do it anytime we want to without giving it much thought. The phrase ‘it’s like riding a bike’ reminds us that we can become so proficient at some multi-skilled tasks that we can complete them without consciously needing to concentrate.
NLP: The science of excellence
NLP provides the most useful explanations from around the world of how humans do what we do. It helps to systematically improve our communication and perceptions. We can develop more personally desirable patterns of behaviour. You can learn how to reshape past experiences, overcome your limiting beliefs and design and achieve better results.
As I had a good number of limiting beliefs of my own whilst growing up, I searched in books and the newly growing internet for answers. I discovered Neuro-Linguistic Programming which quickly transformed me into a much more confident adult with a new set of psychology skills. I realised how effectively they worked and could change anyone’s life who applied them. I’ve been qualified in NLP for 20 years now and am still amazed at how powerfully effective and long-lasting the results from exercises are. It’s surprising that relatively few businesses, schools and families still don’t know much about them. People are busy every day, I get it.
Ever felt like you’re on a hamster wheel?
If you are frustrated with not getting the outcomes you really want in any area of your life, I can strongly recommend NLP. It has changed my life and continues to do so anytime I encounter any stumbling blocks.
If you have a specific issue that you would like to overcome with either hypnotherapy, psychotherapy, NLP or a combination of all three, then please get in touch with Andrew at Cheadle Therapy. I haven’t listed the names of the strategies, just the benefits:
NLP can help you to:
- Enhance communication with integrity to improve your own life and help others by respectfully asking effective questions. These are the same questions used by the most successful therapists in history.
- Enrich relationships with high levels of trust and rapport by understanding how to take different perspectives with family and friends, colleagues, clients and customers. You can learn to do this with issues from either the present, the past or in the future.
- Explore inspiring goals in your personal and professional life and enable you to realise them. Learn strategies to overcome limiting beliefs, adopt a more empowering identity and achieve those outcomes you’ve longed for.
- Experience resourceful feelings when you need them most. Even better, eliminate the negative feelings that keep holding you back in different situations in your life with a wide variety of proven NLP techniques. They are always safely and enjoyably achieved using your vast storehouse of your memories and imagination. Top athletes have been using such mental rehearsal strategies for decades. You can too.
- End unwanted habits that may involve fingernails, food, alcohol, nicotine or something else you wish to regain control over.
- Energise your life with deeper insights into yourself, others and your place in the world.
- Expect enjoyment and exceptional everlasting experiences.
How does it feel now to know that you can transform your life faster than ever before?
Current research focus:
My current research seeks to identify how all of the therapeutic techniques I have learnt can be applied to different personality types. If you are intrigued by how your personality differs to other significant people in your life, I would be delighted to work with you. I trained in the Enneagram and Spiral Dynamics models in the 1990s and began studying the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) even earlier.