Posted by PartlyCloudy on May 30, 2012, at 20:40:32
In reply to NLP and its several iterations, posted by 64bowtie on May 30, 2012, at 7:47:05
I had a close friend who taught and was under a brutal recruiting goal setter for the NLP "schtick" as she refers to it. She thoroughly denounces it as feel-good bunk.
She did not require to have any professional credentials having to do with psychology or human relations. She came from a marketing background and did it for extra money on the weekends.
It all became an unholy mess when his wife caught wind of the extra teaching modules they were working on, if you get my drift.
Families were shattered. Enormous sums of money were lost.
I have more adverse NLP stories in my arsenal if you're interested. From every single experience I have heard of, it's not real anything but dangerous hype practiced by secretaries.