How to Build a Successful Life

How to Build a Successful Life

Monday, May 22, 2017 - 19:00 to 20:45
Personal Growth
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NLP co-founder Richard Bandler speaks at St James's for the first time

Have you ever wondered how someone with the same life experiences as you has become more successful? What is that “X” factor everyone talks about?
Sometimes success seems so close but it keeps slipping away.
Sometimes it has come and you want to be sure it stays and grows without having to stress over it all the
time. This talk is an opportunity to invest in your success and to invest in you.

This evening, Dr Richard Bandler, co-developer of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) will show you how to harness your thoughts and feelings to become a more successful force in your life and the life of your friends, colleagues and clients.

Dr Bandler will utilise his 40+ years of modelling successful people and extract the big secrets you can use to change the direction of your life.  It is not just about being more successful it is also about enjoying life more.


About the speaker, Richard Bandler

Richard Bandler is the co-developer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and since its creation he has continued to improve and evolve the field of NLP.

Dr Bandler has been a mathematician, philosopher, modeler, teacher, artist and composer for four decades and has left a legacy of books, videos, audios, art, students and a body of knowledge that will change therapy, education and medicine forever. He has hundreds of thousands of students and hundreds of licensed institutes all over the world.

He teaches internationally and his seminars & workshops include Neuro-Hypnotic Repatterning®, Design Human Engineering®, Persuasion Engineering®, Personal Enhancement™, Charisma Enhancement®, Hypnosis, and many others.

He has been featured by magazines from Psychology Today to Newsweek and most major newspapers, TV networks and radio stations around the world have interviewed him over the past 40+ years.

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