Ashford Publishing is Proud to Announce Phillip Holt’s Radio Series Continuing 7/30, 8/6, 8/13, 8/20

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CEO of NLPNOW, Phillip Holt, will be continuing his on-air series July 30th at 11AM EST on Ashford Radio.

Ashford Publishing is proud to announce that CEO of NLPNOW, Phillip Holt, will be having an on-air discussion July 30th at 11AM EST on Ashford Radio. Ashford Publishing speaks with executives, professionals and leaders of their field to help promote those that we feel have become experts in their industry.

Phillip Holt is an International Licensed Trainer of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP). NLP is a technique based on the belief that there exists a connection between the neurological processes ("neuro"), language ("linguistic") and behavioral patterns that have been learned through experience ("programming").

Individuals such as Mr. Holt that practice NLP believe that it can be used to achieve specific goals in life; according to him, NLP reprograms ones’ mind, past memories, and life to help them learn faster and to promote better, stronger relationships. NLP is used to help individuals forge new professional pasts and retrains their patterns to better help them pursue their goals, and achieve greater success. Additionally, NLP has been used to help individuals overcome phobias and dyslexia, as well as quit smoking,

Mr. Holt is also a Board Certified Hypnotherapist and Certified Trainer of the National Guild of Hypnotists. He is also a master trainer for iMind Maps software and Memory techniques. Through his website, http://www.nlpnow.net/, Mr. Holt offers public courses internationally on NLP, photo reading, speed reading, mind maps, memory improvement, public speaking and improving mental agility.

Please tune into http://www.ashfordradio.com on July 30th at 11AM EST to hear the next installment of Phillip Holt’s series. If you would like to ask Mr.Holt any questions on air, please call (760) 542-4100 between 11AM and 11:30AM EST.

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