Tom Eagles. Writer & Hypnotherapist. NLP Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
“IMO, the entire experience, from the training itself to the after- class gatherings with people with whom I truly cherished sharing time and teachings, was a part of a process of learning that exceeded what you will experience in a traditional seminar setting. Yes, the setting is a big part of it for me, and it will resonate with the rest of you, too.
I’ve stayed in contact with most of the delegates from the September class. Even off-line and when there is a chance to express an honest, uninhibited opinion of the experience, we have all had only good things to say about Steve’s NLP training. In fact, I would go as far as to say, “thank God for Steve’s classes!”
And as time passes, I realize that the experience of learning NLP in that setting set the stage for my further (independent) study — and made it possible for me to understand NLP concepts that would have been much much more difficult to grasp and internalize without that type of training. Here’s a bit of advice: don’t stop studying and practicing after the classes end! Keep at it! It gets easier and easier and you will often think back to some of the exercises Steve had you do (often in small groups), and that will help you cement those experiences into a practical application of the concepts, or it will help you remember and use the concepts without needing to associate those concepts with the labels. This isn’t academic training, it’s practical training.
Finally, I’ll add that I “discovered” what Steve’s secret of NLP success is — and YOU MUST experience it in person. And you CANNOT get it from e-mail or books or videos. So, if you want to know what it is, you will need to be in Steve’s training to find out – and you WILL find out. In February. Or with me in July, when I do my Master Prac training.”
People like Tom say “I love my NLP Mind.”