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NLP Blogs

Updated on January 31, 2013

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!

Let me know about any great NLP blogs that I've missed!

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      NickOct 4 years ago

      Great lens one of my favourite subjects.

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      CornellMarCom LM 4 years ago

      Great collection of valuable NLP information. Good lens. Solid info. Thank you!

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      csaba-ajtony 4 years ago

      wwwnlpakademia.hu and www.profimuhely.hu are great hungarian NLP sites offering courses and coaching.

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      Longie1078 5 years ago

      Nice one, thankyou for doing this

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      OngJJ 7 years ago

      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

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      coachingleaders 7 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Jennifer,

      Have you followed through on those plans?

      Best wishes,

      Andy

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      Gawlas 7 years ago

      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

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      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

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Hi Andy

      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

      Thanks

      Chris Delaney

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      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.

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      Linda R Ferguson 10 years ago

      Hi, Andy,

      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.

      Linda