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The Brain Language Podcast
Aug 18, 2022
EP #64 ACHOO! A Sneeze at Allergies!
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Jan 19, 2023
EP #67 NLP Presuppositions as Life-guiding Principles
Although the end-of-year holidays have passed, it is always a good reminder the review how the NLP Presuppositions can make interactions with others easier. Presuppositions, in general, act as guiding principles that are assumed as true for any model. NLP, Neuro-Linguistics Programming is no exception. To understand and engage the model of NLP, those 22 or so presuppositions must be accepted to make the model work. This episode addresses, What are Presuppositions? Where did they come from (the history of NLP presuppositions)? Epistemology, behavior presuppositions, choice presuppositions, and communication presuppositions. The episode includes a short exercise.
Dec 5, 2022
Ep #66 Belief Installation Procedure using a Time Line
Episode addresses: 1. What is difficult about making changes 2. How are beliefs important to making changes 3. What are some of the important tools for facilitating a change? Verbal affirmations, Mentors, Systems, Timeline, Beliefs to support 4. What is the timeline installation belief procedure and how does it work? When we have a desired outcome or goal, we need a system of beliefs that will support us in getting it. positive beliefs and affirmations support motivation and confidence to achieve our goals. Beliefs create self-fulfilling prophecies because they are self-organizing. Beliefs, therefore, support our goals and make them possible or not. It is necessary to have supporting beliefs to attain goals and outcomes. Remember the logical levels in NLP: beliefs are necessary to mobilize and trigger capabilities and behaviors. Limiting beliefs can stop us from using our capabilities and stop us from taking the required steps to reach our goals. Timelines are useful in establishing an outcome. It provides a physical path from where you are to where you want to go, assessing doubts and interferences. Using the BIP timeline can help you reach any goal by helping you draw from successes of your past to form the beliefs necessary to reach your goal.
Oct 6, 2022
EP #65 NLP: A business Must-Have featuring James Lusk
James and I talk about how he using his NLP skills in his new business. He uses many more than three things, but here are his top three; Told from his point of view! 1. Rapport skills * I am intensely dialed into whom I am speaking with in my driver roster and configure my interactions with them to match and pace the conversation. * When addressing groups I am careful to cover all modalities with regard to using visual, auditory, and kinesthetic as well as move-away from and move-toward language patterns. 2. The LAB Profile * I have been using the LAB profile anywhere from hiring drivers and executive staff to working with my customers and vendors. * I build a mental profile of that person and use it in my arsenal when maintaining and building rapport 3. State Management Skill * Maybe the most impactful skill I've utilized. In terms of managing my own emotional responses to situations. Focusing on what variables I do know and are actual rather than "imagined outcomes." * Being more aware of when I lose state and the ability to return to a more effective state rather than remaining in an ineffective one. * Not allowing negative emotional states to envelope me based on unknown information about a situation or person 4. Honorable mention; The NLP Presuppositions. Thank you, James!