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Three Little Words That Can Dumb You Down

By Tom Hoobyar. Visit his website at: Street Smart CEO Article Word Count 978, average reading time 3.9 minutes. The words we use either encourage us to be creative and optimistic or they shut us down, give us a smaller view of possibilities, and weaken us. The words we use define our personal reality to [...]

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Anchors

By: Roger Ellerton Phd, ISP, CMC, Renewal Technologies Pavlov developed the notion of stimulus response by giving food to his dogs and simultaneously ringing a bell. In time, the dogs came to associate the sound of the bell with food and would salivate when they heard the bell even if no food was present. Here [...]

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A Brief History of NLP Timelines

A Brief History of NLP Timelines

By: Steve Andreas & Connirae Andreas – NLP Trainers Every pattern has many antecedents, and most patterns continue to be developed and refined after the first successes. Philosophers have thought about time for millennia, even before Heraclitus said, “You can’t step in the same river twice”, some two thousand years ago. More recently, Peter McKeller’s [...]

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Selecting a Resource to Anchor

Selecting a Resource to Anchor

By: Steve Andreas & Connirae Andreas – NLP Trainers There are many, many aspects of skillful anchoring. The elicitation, the timing, the smoothness and naturalness of introducing the anchor, the skill with which the anchored state is integrated or sequenced with the target state, etc. In this article, we want to focus on only one [...]

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Basic NLP Anchoring Concepts

Basic NLP Anchoring Concepts

By Roger Ellerton Phd, ISP, CMC, Renewal Technologies www.renewal.ca You can create anchors to serve you or change those that do not generate the results you want. To do this, you need to understand some basic concepts about anchors. Anchors can be created naturally or artificially in two ways: * In a single instance, if [...]

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