Let’s suppose you went to an instructor to learn how to paint with a brush. Not artistic painting — more like how to paint a wall. The instructor says, “Let’s get right to it. Open up the paint can, and dip your brush into the paint. Use the edge of the can to wipe off […]Continue reading
Break states and anchoring. How are they related? Well, anchoring is attaching a state to a cue. If someone is laughing, we can touch their shoulder a certain way, or use a particular tone of voice, or motion. If we’re successful, the next time we use that same touch/tone/motion, the person will laugh again (it […]Continue reading
What a dog can teach us about state management, perseverance and weaknesses.Continue reading
Who was the mysterious February man, and how can he help solve the problem of what technique to use when? It’s one of the most common questions I get — “What NLP or hypnosis technique do you use when, and how do you decide?” How did the most skilled NLP/hypnosis practitioner I know to get her training?
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How do you know if a current problem is related to a past incident? How do you know if a client is stuck on an idea and in danger of creating an unhealthy scenario for therapy? And what should you do about it if that’s the case? Why might having a theory about what causes a particular issue be counter-productive?
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