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About Roger Terry

Roger Terry is one of the world’s leading experts on applying NLP to drive excellence both professionally and personally. Roger leads seminars and consults with companies all over the world, including in the UK, USA, Europe and Middle East. He is the author of several books, including The Hidden Art of Interviewing, NLP and Qualitative Research, NLP for Teachers and The NLP Toolkit.

Wednesday Webinar Replay – Learn to say NO!

By | December 19th, 2016|NLP Toolkit, Personal Evolution, Webinars|

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Learn to say NO!

By | November 21st, 2016|Brilliant Communication, Personal Evolution|

Why is it so difficult? So many of us find it a challenge to say NO. Even when we know in our hearts that we are going to make life difficult for ourselves we still say YES or OK. What is going on inside when we say YES? That feeling of being under pressure with [...]

How to remove the stress from your life and take charge of your mind

By | November 16th, 2016|Buisness, Coaches' Corner, NLP, NLP Toolkit|

Unconscious Triggers Most people respond unconsciously to trigger behaviours from others. Think of the last time a partner, parent or sibling criticised you. Did you take a deep breath and respond calmly? Or did you feel stress and REACT immediately before you had a chance to think? If you reacted, it's likely because of a [...]

Move from Problem Thinking to Outcome Focus

By | October 12th, 2016|Coaches' Corner, NLP Toolkit, Personal Evolution, Uncategorized|

If you want to communicate with confidence, develop a habit of being outcome focused. Often, people focus on what they hope won’t happen instead of what they want to have happen. But the unconscious mind cannot process negative thoughts. The more you concentrate on what you don’t want, the more you'll  get what you so [...]

Secrets of Rapport

By | September 19th, 2014|Coaches' Corner, NLP, NLP Toolkit, Personal Evolution|

LifeStream 6 Awaken Your Spirit

By | August 7th, 2014|NLP|

LifeStream 6: Spiritual In a story which some of our NLP students have heard, G. Bluestone tells of an ancient carp that lives in 'Mirror Lake', and when questioned about life in the lake by his grandchildren he says: 'True knowledge is to know the wholeness of the lake rather than the merely the things [...]

LifeStream 5 Creating meaningful relationships with NLP

By | June 25th, 2014|NLP, Personal Evolution|

LifeStream 5 Relational How many relationships have you created? Relationships are central to the human experience. Over the course of a lifetime, you’ll develop relationships with more people than you realise—your family and friends, casual acquaintances, co-workers and supervisors, business customers, your children’s friends and teachers, even strangers you interact with on the street, in [...]

LifeStream 4 Curiosity keeps us in the flow

By | May 19th, 2014|NLP, Personal Evolution|

LifeStream 4 Educational Curiosity is the desire for knowledge that motivates individuals to learn new ideas, eliminate information-gaps, and solve intellectual problems (Berlyne, 1954; Loewenstein,1994). Berlyne described curiosity as a uniquely human ‘drive to know' that motivates inquisitiveness and experimentation, and that underlies intellectual development achievement (Berlyne, 1966, 1971). They suggest that these tendencies are [...]

LifeStream 3 Getting The Flow Going

By | April 2nd, 2014|NLP, Personal Evolution, Uncategorized|

LifeStream 3 Financial Who couldn’t use more money? It goes without saying that you want to improve your financial situation and it’s not as easy as setting your mind up to increase your cash flow—or is it? You may be surprised to discover how quickly you can improve your finances with NLP. Most of us [...]

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LifeStream 1 Stepping into the stream of life

By | February 19th, 2014|NLP, Personal Evolution, Uncategorized|

Many people view life as a fast flowing river or stream and in that way we have choice as to how we engage. We can try to stand still and eventually we will get swept off our feet and plunged into chaos; we can fight against the current and try to dodge all the flotsam [...]