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Free Seminar on Design Your Life (Introduction to NLP)

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Petrel College of Technology 250 Consumers Rd Suite #212 Toronto, Ontario M2J 4V6

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There is a great opportunity for you to learn about your subconscious mind.

NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) is a series of methods and strategies for better understanding and appreciation of our minds; in other words, our experiences, thoughts, emotions, and behavior. It is known to have helped millions of people achieve breakthroughs in their performance, relationships, education, business, and lives.

In these free workshops, you will become familiar with NLP and understand how it helps individuals achieve success. This free seminar will be very helpful for you if you want to:

  • Find your ultimate purpose in life;

  • Design a better future for yourself;

  • Change your undesired habits;

  • Understand how people perceive their environment;

  • Improve your relationships, career or financial situations;

  • Learn more about your subconscious mind;

  • Understand how NLP helps you in managing your state of mind and getting the best out of yourself;

Duration: 3 Hours –

  • April 14th (Saturday) 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM

  • May 8th (Tuesday) 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Refreshments, light snacks will be provided.

Spots are limited.

Please let us know if there is any way we can accommodate your needs.


Dr. Alireza Sharifi

Certified MasterClass Trainer and Master Coach, founder of Alta Training and Coaching Inc. in Toronto.

With over 7 years of experience in teaching, 5 years of experience in fields of management training and coaching.
Strong background in management, marketing, leadership, work psychology, NLP, Time Line Therapy® and hypnotherapy.

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