|Topic:||NLP and Profit|
|Posted by:||Renee Levant|
I notice most nlp centers organize themselves as for profit businesses.
For me the pre-suppositions are really a call to a "way of life" and Nlp a "mission".
I have many questions about how I see nlp becoming a sort of club for the upper class around the world. The potential of NLP to empower ordinary folk is so great. Yet I hear little in any nlp circles about serving poor and lower/ middle class.
Many programs offer little in the way of discounts to those who cannot afford the programs..and conversations about economic justice appeal to a very small subgroup
I am wondering what thoughts John Grinder and others here might have on NLP and money?
Would a not for profit NLP institute be fundementally different than those that are "for profit"?
Looking foward to your thoughts
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|NLP and Profit||29/07/2003 07:27:55||Renee Levant|
|Re:NLP and Profit||29/07/2003 13:48:13||John Schertzer|
|Re:NLP and Profit||30/07/2003 08:09:36||Christian|
|Re:Re:NLP and Profit||30/07/2003 17:28:23||Renee Levant|
|Re:Re:Re:NLP and Profit||30/07/2003 20:24:21||John Schertzer|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:NLP and Profit||31/07/2003 00:35:16||Renee Levant|
|Re:NLP and Profit||30/07/2003 10:54:18||Nick Dunton|
|Re:Re:NLP and Profit||31/07/2003 12:45:58||Ian Newton|
|Re:NLP and Profit||30/07/2003 17:33:42||Renee Levant|
|Re:NLP and Profit||31/07/2003 01:21:58||Michael Carroll|