• Posted: May 2011
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There are vacancies if you want the top job in NLP

If you attend my courses you will be familiar with one of my sayings ‘I have the best job in the world’. In fact I love what I do so much, I don’t consider it work. I run the best NLP Company in the business, I teach superb learners how to do NLP, and coach people to get the best from their lives. It’s all highly fulfilling and the money side is superb. This blog is not about me, it’s about YOU and the other future NLP coaches and trainers who want to make a contribution to other peoples’ lives while creating wealth for themselves.

There are vacancies in this field for innovative people to be the trainers and top coaches of tomorrow. From what I see, very few people are prepared to DO what it takes to be excellent in this field and by doing so become an NLP leader instead of a follower. To be excellent, you have to step up, hone your skills to an exemplary level and then have the business acumen to start a coaching practice or training business where you flow your own unique style into your work.

For some, the above might sound daunting, and if it does, starting an NLP coaching practice or training business is not for them. If on the other hand, you love to learn, are prepared to commit to thorough practice and ongoing development – there are certainly vacancies in the coaching and training world of NLP. These vacancies are for creative and talented people to start NEW businesses and contribute to the overall quality of NLP coaching and training.

Many people phone the Academy and ask can they make a living with NLP? To be frank, these people are way off track and are asking the wrong question. The question is ‘how much wealth do you want to create by using your NLP skills?’. The ceiling is defined by your mind set. The top job in NLP is YOURS, but only if you want it. It’s important to make a choice and position yourself at the ‘centre of your own universe’ to create opportunities and give YOURSELF the top job. To succeed it takes good NLP training and then hard work in honing your skills. Your choice of training course is paramount to your success as a coach or trainer. Your willingness to practice, practice, practice and then fit in some more practice is the next step (after your course) to go to the top.
Next Saturday 14th May, I am running two free sessions at the NLP Academy. In the morning, I will run the session ‘Staring an NLP Coaching Practice’ and in the afternoon, I will run the session ‘NLP Trainers Training; a free Preview’. The idea of both sessions is to deliver pragmatic information about setting up as a coach and or NLP trainer. My intention in running these FREE sessions are simple, I want this field to grow, I want to meet people at the first stage in their journey and offer quality information. I want more collaborators who can congruently say ‘I have the best job in the world and love my work’ If this is you, see you next Saturday.

Starting an NLP Coaching Practice

14th May 2011

NLP Trainers Training: A FREE Preview

14th May 2011

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Julian Martinez

31 December, 2012 - 11:19pm

Hi, my name is Julian and I am 25, I believe that if came onto this website there is a purpose for it. I have been really interested in NLP for the last six months and it all began with Tony Robbins.
I do love trying to help people even though I do not always succeed.
I would like to join you, learn and commit to what ever it takes to learn how to help others.
Could you please get in contact with me?


Rani Tvedt

16 January, 2013 - 10:59pm


I am a Master NLP Practitioner trained by MINDS Transformation, Singapore. I was wondering if there is any NLP Trainer workshop coming up in the UK or in other parts of Europe. I am interested in being a trainer. I currently live in Norway. Please advise.




11 April, 2013 - 7:35am

Hi there,

I want to become a master NLP Trainer.

Please educate me on this, the course structure, money to be invested, duration, possiblities that would be created if I take this course in terms of top jobs etc.

Kindly write to me.




25 June, 2013 - 2:31pm

Hi there,

I’ve just gotten certified as an NLP practitioner and would love to become a master and so on. I’m also certified in other techniques but NLP seems to be a very good starting point to success. As much as I feel I’m ready, I feel like I need more knowledge. At the same time I would value an advice from a senior.
All the best




13 January, 2014 - 9:16am


I’ve completed my NLP Diploma course in 2012.

I’m shortly starting my Practitioner course.

Will there be another ‘Starting An NLP Coaching Practice’ session this year?




20 June, 2014 - 4:04am


I’m very passionate about helping people.
Could you please get in touch would like to know more.

Thank you.

Victoria Routledge

Merseyside area.


chelsey Potts

03 December, 2014 - 1:03pm

Hi, my name is Chelsey I’m 25 and I’ve had a few people in the past few months recommend to me that I look into a career as a NLP. I’ve read up a bit about it and seems absolutely wonderful. I have read a few articles stating there is no future in this field of study, but to my knowledge I can think of many fields in which this study and practice would compliment well. I’m looking for a bit of professional advice on the subject. Enjoy the holiday season ! Thank You so much.


Despina Charalambous

24 January, 2017 - 6:35pm

I’m a RMT trained life coach and recently qualified as an NLP licensed practitioner. I was trained by Dr Richard Bandler. I am a teacher at a secondary high school and have started practicing my NLP skills part time.  I am very interested in finding out more about any NLP positions you offer.


Deepak suhag

20 April, 2017 - 7:04pm

I am a banker in India and I am interested to switch my career to NLP Practice. Kindly advice how to get on the path of my choice at an age of 38



27 April, 2017 - 1:18pm

my name is Akhilesh kumar Sharma, I am from India. I have done NLP Master practitioner course and doing practice.

I want to find job in this areas. if you have any vacancy for NLP 4 kids, counselor, stress relief, depression etc.

you can contact me on .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) +919810827400


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