Meet Anil Dagia

I am a well-recognized ICF credentialed coach (PCC), a strategic consultant and a trainer with long list of clients, and protégés who freely credit me for their upward growth in career and in life. As an established NLP Trainer registered as trainer member with ANLP. I am also registered with ICF as a mentor coach.

Meet Anil Dagia

Pathbreaking Leadership

I achieved global recognition when I got my NLP Practitioner/Master Practitioner Accredited by ICF in 2014. Many global leaders in the world of NLP recognized and acknowledged this as an unprecedented accomplishment not just for myself but for the world of NLP. Subsequently, this created a huge wave of followers around the globe, replicating the phenomenon. I have conducted trainings around the globe having trained/coached over 100,000 people across 16 nationalities.

Pathbreaking Leadership

Unconventional, No Box Thinker

I have been given the title of Unconventional, No Box Thinker and I am probably one of the most innovative NLP trainer. Over the course of my journey I have incorporated the best practices from coaching, behavioral economics, psycho-linguistics, philosophy, mainstream psychology, neuroscience & even from the ancient field of Tantra along with many more advanced methodologies & fields of study. You will find that my workshops & coaching will always include principles and meditation techniques from the field of Tantra leading to profound transformations.

Unconventional, No Box Thinker

Highly Acclaimed

- Interview published on Front Page in Times of India - Pune Times dated 18-Oct-2013, India's most widely read English newspaper with an average issue readership of 76.5 lakh (7.65 million) !!
- Interview published 27-Sep-2013 & a 2nd Interview published 10-Jul-2014 in Mid-Day, the most popular daily for the Young Urban Mobile Professionals across India
- Interview aired on Radio One 94.3 FM on 27-Nov-2013, the most popular FM radio station across India

Highly Acclaimed

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Richard Bandler, the co-creator of Neuro Linguistic Programming, often says in his trainings - "disappointment requires planning".

What does this mean for common people who are not trained in the field of NLP?

As a Trainer of NLP based in Pune, I spent some time in discussing this with a few friends. What follows is a summary extracted from those discussions.

Most people consider disappointment as an emotional state.

The NLP model suggests that you treat it as a process. And hence disappointment (like any other process) has a start, has a sequence and ends in what is finally labelled by people as disappointment.

1. Disappointment starts with a person focusing intensely on something she or he desires.

And this focus is so strong that the person excludes them self from the possibility of any alternative that could be equally fulfilling of the purpose .

2. They then hold a belief that based on their actions, they deserve what they desire.

Believing this, requires them to ignore other relevant but contrary examples from their memory. This is usually an unconscious process of thought, and yet it is still a process your mind goes through actively.

3. They must believe that they will most certainly achieve their well-deserved goal with no exceptions possible.

This again requires an active process within the mind to ignore external factors that result from actions of other people & environmental circumstances. They might even strongly consider these to be irrelevant and of no impact and hence no consequence.

4. They hold an expectation in their minds about the time frame when they will achieve their result.

People sometimes hold on to the time frame in which they expect to achieve their result. They hold on this so strongly that they totally ignore the possibility of getting it at any other point in time - later as well as sooner.

Some people might even sabotage themselves from achieving their result sooner. Or they might not find it fulfilling if they achieved their goal sooner than their expectations.

Dissecting the experience of disappointment using a process model rather than treating it as an emotional state (which  is existential), it allows NLP practitioners and other behaviorists with a series of possibilities to deal with and alter the quality of your life experiences.