Terms and Conditions

  • Terms and Conditions

    This forum is for the purpose of learning and developing your NLP business training. It is part and parcel of the Master Trainer Development Program. Its main purpose is to provide a platform for a step-by-step process involving weekly projects with the aim of serving your main objective – to develop a successful business in providing NLP, Time Line Therapy®, Hypnosis and NLP Coaching trainings and seminars. Your certification as a Master Trainer of NLP is contingent upon your participation in this forum, completion of the projects presented here, as well as attending the live webinars
  • The forum needs to be self-maintaining, and to serve the purpose of learning, and benefiting through shared experience. Which means that all members are expected to participate, ask meaningful questions, and share personal insights and helpful tips. It is supervised by moderator(s) and its purpose is to create a lot of interaction, communication, questions and answers, and sharing of helpful tips, strategies and useful advice amongst members, together with instructions and advice from the moderator(s) in the accomplishment of weekly projects.
  • The NOs

    1. NO defamation, harassment, or intentional targeting a specific person or persons.

    2. NO general criticisms or accusations of groups of which other community members may be likely to be members (e.g. races, religions, sexual orientations, racism, Nazism, etc.)

    3. NO use of explicit, obscene, or vulgar language, images, or messages. If it shouldn’t be viewed by very young people, then it shouldn’t be posted.

    4. NO posts that attack, insult, flame, defame, or abuse others. NO posts regarding any illegal activity or threats of aggression against the self or others.

    5. NO advertising, soliciting, self-marketing, promoting your services or other companies services, or "Spam" – spam is defined here as unsolicited advertisement for goods, services and/or other web sites, or posts with little, or completely unrelated content.

    Exceptions to the above are reasonable announcements relevant to the MT program of books, articles, websites, sharing of ideas or strategies, art, music, etc. Sharing of links helpful to the MT program and business development as well as relevant web sites and resources is allowed if they are not used for promotional purposes.

    6. NO Links promoting fundraising, advocacy, etc. Links to personal blogs/homepages, social media, etc. are allowed in member profiles and signatures

    7. NO posts of copyrighted material, lengthy articles, or posts of an overtly political or religious nature (i.e. proselyting). Providing or asking for information on how to illegally obtain copyrighted materials is prohibited.

    8. NO posting of personal contact information (i.e. home address, phone numbers,) Do not ask for personal information from others. This is for identity protection.
  • The YESs

    1. Read the rules.

    2. Be respectful and polite to one another; be courteous if you can't be respectful and polite.

    3. Be respectful of the space you're using. Post a link rather than the whole article.

    4. Be brief in your responses and questions. Quote/respond in short paragraph not a lengthy post.

    6. Use SEARCH first! There is a pretty good chance that, unless you have some really odd or unique personal problem, your question or concern has already been addressed on our forum before. Please use the forum’s search feature first to see if there are already some good threads on the subject. It’s easy to search – just click the “Search” button at the top right of the page.

    5. Give the benefit of the doubt to other community members who are here to learn and get answers even if you think you know it all.

    1. The Projects will have the threads associated with them. Check for open topics. Before posting a new topic, check to see if there is already a topic open on the subject. Refrain from posting the same question in several threads.

    2. If you break a rule, then you will either be warned or banned. A ban of your user account may either be temporary or permanent.

    3. Each member will have only one account. If you are banned from the forum, please do not create a new account. If you continue to create new accounts after you have been banned, your IP address will be blocked from the forum.

    4. The administrator(s) and moderator(s) also have the right to edit, delete, move, or close any thread or post as they see necessary, without prior warning.

    5. Report posts that violate the rules. Do this by selecting the Admin alert button at the top right corner of the post.

    6. Use good judgment. Members of this community are world-wide and we can all learn through shared experience and get new ideas which we can try on our own. However, realize that not everything working for one person may necessarily work for you as the external circumstances may be different. You have every right to disagree with your fellow community members and explain your perspective.

    However, you are not free to attack, degrade, insult, or otherwise belittle them or the quality of their comments or this community in general. It does not matter what title, level of attainment, or progression through the Master Trainer Program, you are expected to obey by this rule.

    7. Be willing to ask questions when you don’t know how to proceed. Lend a helping hand and be willing to share, communicate and answer questions posted by other members even if unsure whether you are right or wrong. Doubts, confusion, and stumbling blocks is common to everybody embarked on this path. Don't be afraid to share.

    If you're feeling alone or don’t know what to do, share your worries and ask questions. If you're rejoicing about a successful experience, share that too. Others can learn from it. A willingness to exchange ideas and verbalize your doubts or worries can go a long way toward helping each other. Remember when people help you, they are doing YOU a favor, therefore help people out by posting good descriptions of what you need help with. Refrain from snapping at people with answers such as “if you aren’t going to help don’t waste my time replying”.

    8. Welcome new members. Help new people about how to find information and resources, save time, and how to get involved.

    9. Ignore bothersome members. If there is someone on the forum that bothers you, select the Ignore button at the top right corner of the post.

    10. Use descriptive titles for new posts. Avoid abstract post subjects like "Help" or "Question". You will receive a better response by making your title more specific about the content of your post. Give a short summary of your problem IN THE SUBJECT.

    NO Generic: “Help me”, “Hello”, “Very urgent”, “I have a question”

    YES Specific and descriptive – I tried the elevator pitch and it did not work Where do I find info about closing?

    11. Be respectful of moderator(s) in both the forum and in any private communications.

    12. Stay on topic. Posts which are not relevant to the forum topic may be deleted.

    13. The forum and its contents, posts and other associated items are the property of


    1. Guide and answer members’ questions, post, as well as point members to resources or instructions or quickly write up a short set of instructions.

    2. Post new projects and make sure the previous projects have been completed successfully by the members. Assist members in the accomplishment of projects with advice, strategies, and concrete plan of action.

    3. Be proactive and knowledgeable, polite and helpful towards other members and give advice whenever needed and whenever possible.

    4. Visit the forum each day, actively take part in discussions as often as possible, ideally once a day, setting a good example to the other members.

    5. Edit or remove posts to keep unsuitable content out without prior notice and at their discretion. If you have a question for a moderator on a decision, you can email them, set up a phone appointment and discuss it privately. Phone appointments with the Master Trainer Coach are still available.

    6. Be technically competent – they can easily adapt to new features and are efficient in explaining to new members or confused members how to navigate the forum.

    7. Be able to distinguish between normal disagreements in ideas or strategies which may work differently for different people with Values Levels and external circumstances and unacceptable behaviour which may violate the standards of this forum.

    8. Only the moderator(s) can close or lock a thread.
  • Members who do not respect these rules may be subject to having their posts edited or deleted, their member account permanently banned from further access and/or deleted without notice. This may have a negative impact on the Master Trainer Certification.

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