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Make January 2014 the Start of Something Great

Are you ready for the new year? Here are a few of the things we’ve been doing as 2013 draws to a close and 2014 awakens.

We held the HOPE Symposium on November 30. It was one of those rare days when interesting people of integrity get together to talk about the things that matter to them. I was tremendously proud to have trained all of our speakers and to lead a team who are such powerful speakers and trainers. If you attended HOPE and filled out a postcard, watch for it in the mail in January.

My new book, Living with Purpose, is going through the design process. It will be launched later this winter. In the meantime, the five principles of positive change will find their way into the way we teach all of our courses (especially the one days for January).

I’m in the middle of arranging to take NLP Canada Training to Hamilton. It’s important to us to make these tools and perspectives widely available and adding a location in Hamilton will open them up to a whole new audience. If you’re from St Catharines or Guelph or even Waterloo/Kitchener/Cambridge, Hamilton may be an easier drive for you this winter. If you’re in Hamilton, please come and join one of our classes this winter.

We are moving our evening programs in January and February to Sunday afternoons. They’re still free (although we request a $10/person donation to the Children’s Aid foundation) and offer a great introduction to new people and a few new twists for practitioners.

I’m also preparing for a new speaking program based on the Five Principles of Positive Change, a new advanced course on using stories to influence change (coming in February) and a new three day course that I hope will travel to Hamilton and Ottawa this year.

Oh yes - and I also prepared a very cool e-book as a Christmas present to everyone on the mailing list. You can download your own copy here.

Take a look at our competition and discover what they are doing to develop better training techniques in new formats. Discover how much original work they are putting into the world. Then come back and visit us. We are doing more to develop the Art of Change on Purpose than any other NLP program in Canada.

Telling Stories in the Dark

Linda Ferguson is presenting a program called “Telling Stories in the Dark” at the Toronto Organizational Development Network on December 4. It’s then perfect winter social, designed to give people lots of opportunities to share, to energize, and to enjoy the way words work best.

You’ll have a chance to hear some of these stories at NLP Canada Training on December 11. Linda will lead an evening of stories, transformation (and trance-formation) and good connections. Yes, there will be warm cider and good chocolate, too. No charge and all friends are welcome.

Call  416-928-2394 OR EMAIL news@nlpcanada.com. 47 Queen’s Park Cres. E., Toronto, ON, M5S 2C3