(1) Do people have structured internal experience? One of the presuppositions of NLP is that experience has a structure. This is a very useful thing to presuppose as it opens Continue Reading →
Recently, I’ve seen an increasing amount of people who don’t understand something important about NLP modelling. The first group struggle to know whether a model is complete – whether it Continue Reading →
Recently I’ve seen several articles describing NLP metaprograms as measuring attitudes in a ‘personality’ profile. Personally, I see metaprograms as unconscious filters which influence our everyday choices. For example: Your Continue Reading →
One of the most interesting things about the way our minds work is the way that we make decisions. We do this every day – we have to decide between Continue Reading →
Have you ever wondered how compatible NLP is with common business needs? Watch this video to find out more: Questions or comments are welcome below.
Doctors used to believe that certain parts of the brain couldn’t develop or change after childhood. This meant it was widely accepted that certain functions, if lost in adulthood, could Continue Reading →
How do you start to develop beyond standard NLP techniques? Continue Reading →