NLP for Stress Relief and Emotional Self-Help: Great Article by Jason Fladlien
Posted Dec 20 2008 5:57pm
I just came across a GREAT article by Jason Fladlien. Jason is one of my favorite internet gurus and friends, and also quite the renaissance man, with a broad range of interests and expertise.
He’s also a great teacher of a range of things, from time management to copywriting, and I’ve pretty much subscribed to his stuff.
To think that I first found him when he offered a $4 ebook on how to write articles in 7 minutes.
As an English professor, I was almost insulted by what I thought was the devaluation of my craft. But I was also curious and so I bought it. And found myself very impressed. While I still fall short of the 7 minute goal, Jason helped me reduce my article writing time to a fraction of what it used to be.
And with that $4 book came upgrades, and the book just got better and better. Eventually I bought more ebooks.
But that’s not the subject of today’s post. The following is:
Jason has a very unique and cool approach to NLP. Much more straightforward and simple than what you can read in other places.
And in the article I”m going to point you to, he walks you through an exercise you will probably find just as useful as I do.
And no, there’s nothing to buy. This is a freebie!