What’s different at NLP Canada Training?

11 March 2023

By Linda Ferguson

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably looked at other websites for NLP training companies. And you’re wondering how to compare them. Maybe you have been referred here, and you want to find out if this is for you. Or maybe you were referred somewhere else, but it just didn’t feel right.

We are different from other companies in many ways. Here are the three I think make the most difference for the people who train with us.

We show up. That means you find me in your inbox every week, and there are always free programs to attend and links to other resources. There are as many NLP programs each year as I can schedule. I’ve been showing up for twenty years.

We invite your skepticism and your optimism. Skepticism means taking a careful look (and making sure you know how to float) before diving in. Optimism means you believe that you can feel better and do better. It doesn’t just keep you afloat. It keeps you moving. Together, skepticism and optimism are great drivers for overcoming obstacles and creating new success.

We stick with you while you use the tools you learn. The toolkit offered in the course is great. But it takes practice in different situations to be confident with any tool. So we offer free continuing opportunities to practice and ask questions as part of a learning community. Over time, you’ll build confidence, flexibility and clarity. You’ll manage yourself better so that you can make the changes you want to make.

You might already be NLP trained by someone else. That’s great: we’ll offer you a discount on your registration so that you can become a full member of this community.

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