Programming the language of your brain… what if you could do it? What if you could predict your outcomes, eliminate your blockages, and pre-condition yourself for the success that YOU want?

Fantasy? … NO: REALITY!

At first, I didn’t believe it. Even after attending Tony Robbins’ Unleash The Power Within event a couple years ago, immersing myself in the Dickens Process and Tony’s timeline therapy exercise (from which I got great results), I was still skeptical. But after attending a comprehensive NLP and Time Therapy certification course, I am now completely convinced on its viability, and am ready and qualified to help others experience freedom in their lives.

Release all (yes, ALL) of your pre-supposed, pre-programmed, pre-conditioned limitations, and truly live without anger, sadness, fear, guilt, or conflict. As a service-oriented business leader, it is especially important that you release anything that might be hindering your progress and leadership capabilities, and be aware of what you aren’t seeing.

The first time I heard of this, I thought it was hokum. Through my certification process and practice, I can now see clearly, and have truly released the negative anchors, which were holding me back from sailing freely.

Here are some key factors:

  • The process must be facilitated, real-time. It’s not something that you can read and walk yourself through, as it involves your complete presence, focus, and surrender. The facilitated process allows for your facilitator (the practitioner) to focus on your dynamic, and adjust the process so that it best fits your energy, attitude, and response from moment to moment.
  • The facilitator must be certified in the process, which mandates that they’ve been through the process themselves (creating congruence and empathy), and that they’ve been extensively briefed and trained on the processes and associated sub modalities. Make sure that it’s not just a friend who’s read about the process, or been through it themselves.
  • Skin in the game. You must invest something of yourself in order to make the process work. Otherwise, there’s an inherent, psychological, lack of commitment, and the results will not stick. This may sound like rhetoric, but it’s true, and it’s been proven many times over: the people who invest in themselves, and the ones who are SERIOUS about change, are the ones who enjoy the benefits and exponential return on the investment.