The Princeton Tri-State Center for NLP, a training and consulting firm, has scheduled a one day workshop on January 21, 2012, Words That Change MindsÂ©1 at their training center in Fairless Hills, PA.
Online PR News – 13-January-2012 – – Fairless Hills, PA The Princeton Tri-State Center for NLP, a training and consulting firm, has scheduled a one day workshop on January 21, 2012, Words That Change MindsÂ©1 at their training center in Fairless Hills, PA. This workshop presents easy to learn behavior patterns that influence others in powerful ways.
The workshop, Words That Change MindsÂ©1, is based on the LAB profile created by Shelly Rose Charvet and adapted by Mary Demetria Davis for the general public. Words That Change MindsÂ©1 is an introduction to techniques from the field of neuro-linguistic programming( http://www.nlpprinceton.com/ ), also known as NLP, a new science of personal development and communication.
"Words That Change MindsÂ©1 allows people to sample a practical application of NLP. These techniques will help predict how a person will behave in a given situation by hearing the behavioral patterns embedded in conversation", says Mary Demetria Davis, Co-director of the Princeton Tri-State Center for NLP( http://www.nlpprinceton.com/ ).
"People can actually customize their language for a specific group or person to trigger motivation and communicate more effectively to get results", says Davis. "The knowledge people gain from using Words That Change MindsÂ© increases their ability to influence and persuade. Words That Change MindsÂ© eases the process of communication and creates an understanding of how to motivate others. The patterns are easy to learn and apply because we are already using them. Once we identify and label these patterns, we instantly remember them and other opposing patterns."
Words That Change Minds( http://www.nlpprinceton.com/ )Â© 1 is offered in a series of seminar's by the Princeton Tri-State Center for NLP. The first introductory seminar, Words That Change MindsÂ© I will be on January 21, 2012 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Center's training facility in Fairless Hills, PA, one mile north of the Oxford Valley Mall.