NLP Conference

Thank you for coming!

If you found our flyer at the NLP Conference this April, and have come to this page because you are interested to know what is next, then let me firstly say you made the right decision.

Also, add to this that statistically, if 100 people saw the leaflet, only 20 would consider it, and out of those twenty, ten would procrastinate, and only 5% would do something about it.

You are the top 5% of the people at the NLP conference based on the fact you’re here.

So What’s Next?

The next step on from where you are now is the development of your social-emotional and cognitive complexity!

If we use our thinking complexity as the foundation on which all behaviour is based, and scale our level of self-awareness on a new system called the Thinking Quotient, we can determine where people sit on this scale and have a better understanding of how they think in context, how they construct themselves in the world, and how they think of others in relation to self.

How do we do this?

This is the new part! As far as we know, this hasn’t been done before. We know of some organisations who are doing something similar, but they still cannot remove the leader/teacher principle. How we differentiate our programme from everyone other developer is in the diagram below.

How is it different?

NLP doesn’t do this. It assumes everyone is the same, apart from a few motivators and beliefs, and that we all have a similar level of development. Or, to be more accurate, they don’t actually consider a person’s social-emotional or cognitive complexity. Why would they? They’ve never heard of it!

So we start with a profile to determine where we are on the Thinking Quotient scale. This determines which group we go into. We pay for our development in the left hand group, and a little less in the middle group. But if you’re in the right hand group, Group 3, your only payment is offering your services to those in the other two groups.

The point is: it’s a developmental dialogue. You grow your thinking – both social-emotional and cognitive complexity – by virtue of the other people in your group recognising your habituated ways of being in the world, pointing them out and disrupting your patterns with a number of questions we call the Stress Set. People don’t change in the status quo. They only change under duress.

As you are the top 10% of the NLP crowd and ready to take the next step, get in touch now and discover where the next step can take you!