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NLP Strategies by Wyatt Woodsmall

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About NLP Strategies and this Book:

A strategy is a sequence of representational accesses that a person goes through in order to achieve a certain outcome.

The key parts of a strategy are the representational systems accessed and the outcome achieved by accessing those representational systems in that order. There is a lot of confusion about strategies in the NLP community. This book will serve to remove some of this confusion.

Contents – Types of Strategies:

Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, Olfactory and Gustatory Representation Systems, Synesthesia Patterns, What each Representation System is good for, Strategy Sequence, Eliciting, Decision, Motivation, Learning and Spelling Strategies

Author: Wyatt Woodsmall

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CONTENTS:
NLP Strategies:
Visual Representation System
Auditory Representation System
Kinesthetic Representation System
Olfactory and Gustatory Representation Systems
Synesthesia Patterns
What each Representation System is good for
Strategy Sequence
Eliciting Strategies
Decision Strategies
Motivation Strategies
Learning Strategies
Spelling StrategiesAbout NLP Strategies and this Book:A strategy is a sequence of representational accesses that a person goes through in order to achieve a certain outcome.

The key parts of a strategy are the representational systems accessed and the outcome achieved by accessing those representational systems in that order. There is a lot of confusion about strategies in the NLP community. This book will serve to remove some of this confusion.

Life can be viewed as a near infinite sequence of representational accesses. A person’s entire life is spent either seeing pictures externally or remembering or constructing pictures internally or listening to sounds externally or remembering or constructing sounds internally or making sense of experience or experiencing sensations or remembering or constructing sensations or smelling or tasting or remembering or constructing smells or tastes.

Strategies are a way of bringing order to this endless chain of accesses. Strategies are a way of chunking the chain of accesses in terms of outcomes. How outcomes are specified is somewhat arbitrary. Each outcome is the result of a particular strategy.

 

AUTHOR: Wyatt Woodsmall, Ph.D. of the International Research Institute for Human Typological Studies, USA.PAGES: 100Investment: NZ $55