NLP Learning Strategies

One of the core concepts of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a NLP strategy. NLP practitioners are supposed to find people who excel at something and find their NLP strategy. That way all the smart NLP strategies are available to share with the world. That is a great promise, but where are all the NLP strategies? In reality most people learn a couple of NLP strategies but then stop learning.

Kate Benson is different. For years she has discovered many wonderful NLP strategies as applied to education and learning. She currently has more than eighty NLP Learning Strategies and she is willing to share them all with the world. Here is an example of how one participant of Teaching Excellence speeded up her reading with Kate Benson’s NLP strategy for speeding up reading:

In the time to come Kate Benson will make a special report about speeding up your reading. For now she has focused on another very interesting NLP Learning Strategy: Memory Pegs. This NLP strategy helps children, teenagers and people in general improve their memory.

As a way for you to get acquainted with Kate Benson and her work, we offer you the “Memory Pegs” NLP strategy free of charge. When you fill in the form below we immediately send you the free report “Memory Pegs”. As you understand you are added to our mailing list from which you can unsubscribe easily and fast if you want to. But we make it worth your while to be part of this mailing list as you get regular updates with more valuable NLP strategies out of Kate Benson’s 96 classroom strategies treasure trove. So requesting the free report is 100% safe as we will never pass any of your information on to third parties and you get more than you bargained for. You experience the high quality that Kate Benson has to offer. This is extremely important to us. That is the reason why we welcome any feedback on the free report “Memory Pegs” as well to any of the other eighty NLP strategies you receive over time. So without delay, request your copy of the free report “Memory Pegs” and experience for yourself how easy it is to remember more and to teach other people to remember even better.

  • Thank you very much, Kate.

    MY students have been having great performance since the moment I started receiving your directions about NLP on Education.

    I Appreciate a lot.

    Best regards.

    Rone Lopes

    (From an email)

  • I am distributing the content of your emails about NLP Learning Strategies and they are going down a storm. There has been lots of positive feedback from teachers and support staff, who have all said that they find them really useful. (from an email from a secondary teacher)

  • More praise for Kate:

    Dear Kate;

    Thank you so much for the wonderful tips and ideas you have shared with me. It’s so kind and generous from you. I’ll implement those ideas with my students immediately.

    Greetings from Argentina, and thank you again!

    María Elena

  • Another nice comment for Kate from a subscriber:

    Your newsletters are so wonderful and if I was in England I would 100% be doing my NLP Pract course again with you as I would love to be with others where the focus was on how we can use NPL in Education to really benefit our students.

  • A successful Teaching Excellence Student tells it her way

    It’s going well, so far as I can tell. I get students going to one class, then coming along to the next one for the fun of it. They seem a lot more confident about the material than they were when I started a month ago, which is what I’m there for. A few are attending the workshops but, as ever, the ones that ask for more are the ones who, in fact, don’t need it. I got asked to talk to a psychology class about NLP (they were looking at methods used to cure abnormal behaviour including phobias and they’d never encountered NLP) and the teacher and students enjoyed the talk so much they’re working out how they can bring me back to give another talk next term! Apparently the students felt like they’d had a free confidence boost and the teacher was working like crazy to keep them with that mind focus (I did suggest they should attend your training. It’s not easy for young teachers).

    The college is happy, the parents are happy and the kids are happy! I have to say, the combination of philosophy and NLP is incredibly powerful. So much philosophy feeds straight into NLP and I have to keep stopping myself from veering off because the links are so obvious. Wittgenstein, Kant, Socrates, Descartes… they all come out with stuff an NLP practitioner would immediately recognise. Really need to write a book relating philosophy to NLP one day!

    Dr Sharon Ney