NLP TechniquesNLP Techniques #1: Well-Formed OutcomeNLP Techniques #2: PacingNLP Techniques #3: Calibration To Someone’s StateNLP Techniques #4: Checking The Ecology Of A PatternNLP Techniques #5: Flexibility of ResponsesNLP Techniques #6: State ElicitationNLP Techniques #7: State InductionNLP Techniques #8: State InterruptNLP Techniques #9: AnchoringNLP Techniques #10: Accessing Positive IntentionWant to save this for later?Get all 10 […]
Want the PDF version of this post?Get instant access for offline viewing! GIVE ME THE PDF! NLP Meta Model RevisitedIntroductionHistory of the Meta ModelX-Bar Theory Crash CourseThe Meta Model DecodedDeletion PatternsUnspecified Verb Unspecified Referential Index – in the specifier of VP Unspecified Referential Index – in any of the role-playersSimple DeletionSimple DeletionComparative DeletionNominalizationGeneralization PatternsUniversal QuantifierModal Operators Distortion PatternsLost […]
What Is NLP?What Is NLP Model?What Is NLP Attitude?12 C’s12 E’s4 I’sWhat Is NLP Presuppositions?The meaning of a communication is the response one gets. The map is not the territory.Language is a secondary representation of experience.Mind and body are parts of the same cybernetic system which affect each other.Law of Requisite Variety: In any cybernetic system, […]
In 1975, Richard Bandler and John Grinder, co-founders of NLP, released The Structure of Magic.
Within this book, the Meta Model made its official debut and was originally intended to be used by therapists.
It ended up becoming an integral part of NLP and has found widespread use beyond the clinical setting, including business, sales, and coaching/consulting.
[rt_reading_time label=”Reading Time:” postfix=”minutes” postfix_singular=”minute”] A while back, I read a story about a boy and a fence. The boy had a very bad temper and he would get upset at the littlest things. One day, his father told him that every time he lost his temper, he must hammer a nail into the back of the fence. A […]