NLP is a topic of major debate not just amongst social engineers, but also the medical and science fields. This month we delve deeper and dissect the history of NLP and how it is used in therapy and social engineering with our guest Jasmine St. John, a licensed systems therapist. Release Date October 10 2011
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NLP is a hot topic. Since the book Social Engineering: The Art of Human Hacking has come out, there has been many discussions about NLP and its uses as well as scientific reasoning behind it. Today we will talk about:
- What is NLP?
- How can you use it to influence someone’s perception in therapy?
- Is NLP scientific?
- How can NLP be used by the every day person?
- Why are there not so many women in Social Engineers?
- Why is Sharon Conheady so awesome?
You can find out more about Jasmine St. John at her site about her therapy practice.
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