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Emotional Rapport


NLP lessons: rapport

Instant Rapport

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How The Mind Works

NLP & Human Capability

Building Rapport Secrets

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NLP-3 & The Enneagram

Decoding Personality Types


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instant rapport ®

Instant Rapport is fundamental in understanding how the alchemy of human communication developes. It is the result of a combination of topics developed from pure NLP, NCV and the Enneagram.

The methods and teachings of these sciences—with particulare emphasis on neurolinguistic programming and its usccessor NLP-3—have been integrated into this new model that has the scope of optimizing relationships with people, overcoming ancient cumulated difficulties, of creating trust, harmony and more effective communication.

introduction to NLP-Rapport online course

In these free lessons online—which are excerpts taken from NLP-London’s workshop papers—you will find a complete program on how to CHANGE YOUR LIFE IN JUST THREE WEEKS, using next-generation NLP techinques. You are also about to discover the keys to decipher the subliminal messages that human beings exchange while interacting with each other.

NLP: words that change minds

These words that your are reading right now could change your life, they are words that change minds. All you need to do to allow this change is: relax and follow my words...

NLP secrets for building rapport

Imagine for a minute what your life would be like if you knew the secret of creating positive relationships with EVERYONE. This secret has a name: nlp-rapport. If only you wish to, you can communicate more effectively at work. If you work in sales you can increased earnings and success. This nlp-rapport course originates from the need to create results, positive outcomes which at present seem impossible to achieve. These results all point to one objective: achieving excellent and effective relationships with the people around us. We should ask ourselves this question:

“Does my success depend significantly on my ability to enter in relationship with others?”

Apart from rare instances of people who live in complete solitude (hermits, isolation-confined prisoners, etc.) all of us engage in daily relations with people, with many, many people. A lot more than we actually realize. Often our success depends on our ability to create a network of positive relationships around us.

building successsful relationships with NLP-3

If we work in a company, quite often our success can depend more on our capacity to create a positive impression than our actual ability. Will things improve when I’ll become a manager? When it comes to hierarchy, it is a renown fact that the higher you climb, the more the ability to relate to others and create a positive atmosphere around yourself becomes important. And what about when I go shopping to the supermarket, to the post office, to the bank, and so on? Even if we think we are alone, every day of our life we meet hundreds of people: people permeate our life, when we are shopping, at work, in every social circumstance. Although we are often unable to establish contact with these people due to our lack of ability to create instantaneously positive relations.

belief systems: NLP’s key to success

And what about when during a business transaction I resort to my savoir-faire aiming at my own advantage and at my adversary’s detriment? A false belief that many people have is that in a relationship there has to always be a winner and a loser, or someone giving more while the other gives less. This is not necessarily true. In fact, a winning relationship is perceivable for all those participating, if there is cooperation among them. So, in which fields can I achieve personal change?

Many people think “when I’ll change myself I’ll get on better with others”—and in the mean time they isolate themselves. As a principle this is a valid statement, but is no longer valid if it’s unbalanced, i.e.: if the periods of solitude and inner-analysis outweigh the time spent with others. Have you ever realized that there are various ways of getting on with others in life? Have you ever noticed how some people may seem horrible or nice at first glance? This normally happens because they adopt gestures or behaviors that we recognize. We are going to examine such gestures in this book.

emotional rapport: the ultimate NLP target

Have you also noticed how sometimes a more emotional kind of relationship develops? In this case it is said that emotional rapport has developed. Emotional rapport is defined as that type of rapport—beside physical rapport—in which participants reach a kind of agreement that can be defined as “emotional”. This type of relationship basically stems from the participants’ ability to reach an agreement at a level that is based on values and beliefs.