NLP is a tool to calibrate and understand how we make sense of the world. NLP studies the experiences of an individual; how our thoughts, actions and feelings work together to produce our experience.
It does NOT assume that we all do this the same way. It does NOT produce formulae for body language or even eye movements without understanding the individual. In NLP we know that each person has a unique style of learning, perceiving and responding to the world. NLP is inherently respectful of differences.
NLP has a wide range of practical applications in business (e.g. management, personnel, sales, consulting), training and development, education, dyslexia, the helping professions, health, relationships, writing and the arts, sports, parenting, hobbies and personal development - anywhere communicating and excelling are important and especially in building a constructive relationship with our self.
The more we are interested in communication, personal effectiveness and development - the more NLP has to offer.
Many people come to NLP for relief from their own limitations. The NLP attitudes and techniques can provide freedom from old habits, fears and limiting beliefs and give structure for new and empowering ways of being in the world. NLP offers more choice in the way we communicate, how we respond and how we feel. When you have more options you can make better decisions. If you have not been living the life you want, NLP offers you a path to new and satisfying alternatives.