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Influence with ethics Exploring language patterns including Amnesia Technique, Priming, Presuppositions of language and a linguistic party trick Learn how Mr. Brown forgot to use the amnesia technique at Paddington Station. What is Priming Step by step process of designing language to plant an idea in someone’s mind using Priming. The dangers of Priming Example …

NLP and Kids This is a topic I have been asked to cover most often. In this session we explore a range of NLP techniques you can use for happy children. And for happy parents or caregivers, important. What drives children behaviour? The effect of language on children Emotions How to build self-esteem How to …

NLP Podcast 28 Flow of ideas This is the NLP Podcast John Cassidy-Rice is the host And you are reading these words Which means you will find this podcast valuable Yes, we are exploring influence through agreement. The classic way is through something called Yes Sets. This is where you have someone say Yes, Yes, …

Magnetic Language Words are like pebbles. Each affects the mind through ripples of associations. Learn how to create multiple levels of meaning through simple patterns. We learn on this podcast: How magnetic can help learn language patterns Stacking suggestions Internal stacking Priming the unconscious mind What does “X can be Y” mean Resource mentioned on …

Alex asked, “Why can’t you understand the simple maths problem?” Aaron replied, “Because I’m too slow, everybody else gets it but me, and I find it hard.” “Ok, let’s take it step by step,” Alex said in a soft voice. “Why do you find it hard?” “I just do because numbers confuse me,” Aaron mumbled …

William Faulkner (*) once said, “I only write when I am inspired. Fortunately, I am inspired at 9 o’clock every morning.” What did this author mean by this statement? Often we wait to be inspired; however, William knew that he could train his unconscious mind. In this case to train himself to write by sitting …

How would your life be different if you chose your beliefs? What beliefs would you choose? It’s an interesting thought experiment, isn’t it? In NLP we have done just that. We call those choices the Presuppositions of NLP. I think the most popular Presupposition of NLP would be: “There is no failure, only feedback.” For …