A Late Beginning

Written by Lee Avery

I have thought for many years about starting a blog, but I have never really been one to promote myself. I’ve always been of the view that if I am any good then people will naturally find me…however I now realise that this is perhaps the most stupid idea I have ever had in my entire life.

The ‘if you build it, they will come’ approach has never really worked out and now it is time for me to stand up and put my knowledge out into the world.

The idea behind NLP4UOnline has always been to open up the world of Neuro-Linguistic Programming to everyone, without any of the mumbo-jumbo that seems to surround the subject.

Over the last 20 years I have amassed a huge collection of knowledge and experience, but it is all locked tightly inside my head where it is doing no-one any good. What I know is probably of use to someone and I have never really set aside the time to push it out into the world until now.

The existing website and content will slowly be moved over to here so that it is more easily accessible (for me!) and so that I can update it more regularly.

My hope is that over the coming weeks and months this website will grow to allow anyone who is interested in NLP or Hypnosis to really learn and understand what these tools are, what they can (and can’t) do and, most importantly, understand how they can be used by anyone…not just those who want to spend thousands on training courses that (at the end of the day) are pretty meaningless to the world at large.

About the author

Lee Avery

Professional Therapist, Clinical Hypnosis & NLP Trainer with over 25 years of experience in training new professionals and treating clients. He specialises in Trauma related Psychological health issues. After years of running training classes Lee has decided to publish his training materials online to further the accessibility of NLP and Hypnosis. He is an advocate for Clinical Hypnosis Excellence and is constantly looking to improve the professional standing of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy within the medical community.

He also runs Achieving Greatness a software development company producing mobile apps for the mental health community.

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