Technician or Practitioner/Trainer?
Since NLP is easy to learn, anyone can become a NLP technician. A NLP technician is someone who has little or no interest in being of service to others or helping people excel, but is more interested in using NLP to manipulate people or to generate business with it. These could be people who have just read about NLP, or have done some formal NLP training, or they may even be certified NLP Trainers themselves. Believe it or not, there are NLP Trainers who care more about their back pocket than they do about their students. They teach or use NLP incongruently, or primarily as a way to generate income.
Don’t worry, NLP technicians are easy to identify, here’s what to look out for:
They don’t walk their talk…
They may use NLP to manipulate, influence and persuade others against their will
They are easily stressed, unsettled or ungrounded
They have personal and/or professional relationship problems
They habitually indulge in food and/or substances that are damaging to their health
They may often be unwell due to burnout or negligence of their health
They are not good listeners
They try to be smart,