NLP, Profiling, Attitudes and Business

Recently I’ve seen several articles describing NLP metaprograms as measuring attitudes in a ‘personality’ profile. Personally, I see metaprograms as unconscious filters which influence our everyday choices. For example: Your Continue Reading →

NLP Influence 3 – Placebos, Persuasion and Urban Myths

In the previous parts of this series, (part 1 part 2) I’ve looked at the psychology of our natural decision-making processes (convincers) and some ways to bypass those processes. In Continue Reading →