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The Map is the Territory

The Map is the Territory

By: Kris Hallbom Before he passed away, someone asked an ailing Gregory Bateson, “Who will carry on with your work, once you’re gone.” Gregory, being the great philosopher, anthropologist and systems thinker that he was replied, “A man by the name of Humberto Maturana out of Santiago, Chile. He has been doing some very interesting [...]

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Robert Dilts on Generative NLP

Robert Dilts on Generative NLP

By: Kris Hallbom There is a presupposition in NLP which states that you already have the resources that you need to be successful. NLP developer, author, and trainer Robert Dilts has taken this presupposition one step further on the evolutionary path of NLP, by developing a process called Generative NLP. The concept of Generative NLP [...]

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Remembering Names Through NLP

Remembering Names Through NLP

by Kris Hallbom When was the last time you saw someone whose name you should have remembered? They knew you and called you by name. But you had no idea what their name was. Imagine how wonderful it would be if you could always remember a person’s name after you met them. It would certainly [...]

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Making Life Easier, With NLP Chunking!

You know, in psychology there is a rule, especially within the NLP circles that I work in and the NLP literature that I read, it is quite a famous rule; 7 plus or minus 2 – this is the notion that the conscious mind can only keep track of between 5 and 9 discrete pieces [...]

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