The Grass Roots NLP community bids Steve Andreas a fond farewell.
Steve Andreas was a prominent figure in the field of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), and his death has caused a great deal of sadness among the NLP community. NLP is a field that explores the relationship between language, thought, and behavior, and Steve Andreas was known for his contributions to the development and advancement of the field.
Throughout his career, Steve Andreas made significant contributions to the NLP community through his writing, speaking, and training. He was the author of several books on NLP, including "Transforming Your Self," "Six Blind Elephants," and "NLP: The New Technology of Achievement." These books provided valuable insights into the principles and practices of NLP and helped to spread awareness of the field to a wider audience.
In addition to his writing, Steve Andreas was also an experienced NLP trainer, and he traveled the world conducting workshops and training sessions. He was known for his ability to convey complex concepts in a clear and accessible manner, and his engaging teaching style made him a popular and sought-after speaker.
The NLP community will remember Steve Andreas for his passion for the field, his dedication to helping others, and his remarkable contributions to the development of NLP. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him and his legacy will continue to inspire future generations of NLP practitioners.
Steve gave me a free book once called “Is There Life Before Death?”, which was a collection of stories and poetry that he enjoyed. He also taught me a few brief and useful NLP patterns and shared his thoughts on why they might work, how they might work better, and on what types of people they might work best. He was so inquisitive and unassuming in his approach to helping people.
Steve fought Parkinson’s disease toward the end of his life and exercised his lawful and spiritual right to choose the time and place of his passing, surrounded by his dear family.
Steve, you’ll always be with us. Thank you for your lifelong contribution.
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