Selected blogs about, or using, Neuro-Linguistic Programming
This is my pick of the NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) blogs out there - a great way to learn about NLP in bite-size chunks and keep up to date with what's happening.
You can find NLP books on Amazon, plus my magazine recommendations, at Andy's NLP Bookstore.
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NLP Books on Amazon
I'm letting Amazon pick for the moment so these aren't necessarily the best!
- NLP Training - UK
NLP training in the UK with Andy Smith
- NLP Training - USA
NLP training in the US and Worldwide with Jonathan Altfeld
- Manchester Business NLP and Emotional Intelligence Group
Meets on the first Tuesday evening of each month in central Manchester
Let me know about any great NLP blogs that I've missed!
Reader Feedback - I know you realise that I don't know what you think of this lens...
NickOct on February 07, 2013:
Great lens one of my favourite subjects.
CornellMarCom LM on January 12, 2013:
Great collection of valuable NLP information. Good lens. Solid info. Thank you!
csaba-ajtony on October 24, 2012:
wwwnlpakademia.hu and www.profimuhely.hu are great hungarian NLP sites offering courses and coaching.
Longie1078 on July 05, 2012:
Nice one, thankyou for doing this
OngJJ on September 14, 2010:
This is a very interesting subject that is still very new especially where i live (Asia). In my opinion self-improvement programs dont come any better than NLP, highly recommended for anyone trying to be a better person. Btw, thanks a lot for the useful list Andy, will make time to go through them, nice work once again! Here's an interesting article on NLP: http://wealthrichsuccess.com/articles/poe1.html
coachingleaders (author) on May 21, 2010:
@anonymous: Hi Jennifer,
Have you followed through on those plans?
Gawlas on May 21, 2010:
Austrian NLP-Blog (german language), daily posts by Roman Braun, NLP master trainer: http://www.trinergy.at/roman_braun_blog/, Academic graduate for NLP and coaching: http://www.trinergy.at/roman_braun_blog/?p=7124
anonymous on August 31, 2009:
Thanks for posting. Have also been looking for NLP related blogs. Now subscribed to your RSS feed and plan to be blogging soon myself. Jennifer
anonymous on August 27, 2009:
Sandie and myself attend your monthly Manchester Business NLP and EI group, we have recently set up an NLP Practice group and have made a blog www.nlppracticegroup.blogspot.com
anonymous on March 18, 2009:
Hi Andy, That's a nice list!
A couple you don't have already - I'm a regular reader of http://www.thenlpcompany.com/techniques/ which is great for detailed explanations of NLP techniques in practical applications and also whilst not specific to NLP (more persuasion oriented), I find http://persuasionartist.com/ to have some really enjoyable articles on influence and persuasion.
Linda R Ferguson on May 05, 2007:
Visit my blog at www.nlpcanadatraining.blogspot.com. I also have a lense on 5 Reasons to Think about Thinking.
Thinks for collecting these resources.