In life coach training and NLP Practitioner we spend a lot of time teaching students powerful questions to enhance the coaching work, and fix what is broken, versus fixing what isn’t broken. NLP is an ideal methodology for that, of course. Sometimes it helps to borrow and combine other tools and techniques with NLP.
Global NLP trainer Chris Ramey, who provides life coach training in Los Angeles, San Diego, Miami and Amsterdam, gave this gem of questioning to me. I infused a little NLP meta model questions into it. Rest assure, anyone can do this! You don’t need to be an NLP practitioner.
On a monthly basis he would pick 3 roles he wanted to improve upon. One relationship based, one professionally based, and one personal. This helped him to become better, as a goal in a sense, to be a better person, to take better care of himself, as well as bringing his life coach training skills up to another level.
The key question being: “What specifically would it take for me this month to become the best….”
Son or daughter? Mother or father?
More patient with a specific friend?
Teacher of life coach training?
Rapport builder in life coaching sessions?
Storyteller this month?
Chair of a meeting?
Keeper of books for my business?
Organizer of my work day?
Work life balancer?
person who works out?
Reader for fun?
Person in spiritual evolution?
Ever noticed how powerful it is to infuse a little bit of NLP meta model questioning in other questions that we really should ask ourselves continuously?
Indeed for the NLP Practitioner in here you have noticed what happens when you combine NLP to enhance life coach training questions.