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17 th September, 2011

Pacing and Leading

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The Artful Pace of Leading by Rachel Hott, Ph.D. Source: Anchor Point Magazine When writing a basics column there are a few types of readers to whom I am addressing my thoughts. There are the new NLPers and the old highly studied NLPers and the somewhere inbetween NLPers. Basically I am addressing the content to [...]

17 th September, 2011

NLP: Art or Science

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NLP: Art or Science by Rachel Hott, Ph.D. During my entire NLP training, I have heard two consistent complaints,"NLP is too technological" and "NLP does not have enough heart." The first statement contains the presupposition that technology is wrong/bad. The latter statement presupposes that NLP is cold and that heart is necessary for change. I [...]

17 th September, 2011

NLP Presuppositions

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The NLP Presuppositions Part I by Rachel Hott, Ph.D. Source: Anchor Point Magazine Part I As some of you may know this column is for the beginning NLPer. If you are already a Practitioner or more, you may want to practice your speed reading. Before you learn and practice any of the NLP techniques it [...]

17 th September, 2011

Present State

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Present State by Rachel Hott, Ph.D. Source: Anchor Point Magazine What is your present state? Are you reading this saying to yourself, "O.K. I know about present state" or are you reading this saying to yourself, "O.K. I know about present state and what more can I discover," or are you saying, "Here is another [...]

17 th September, 2011

Model’s of The World: Representational Systems

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Model's of the World: Representational Systems by Rachel Hott, Ph.D. When you enter a NLP practitioner training the first days are designed to orient and lay a foundation for your future learning. This article is like a refresher course. We all know the phrase "models of the world."What does it mean? "Models of the world" [...]

17 th September, 2011

Let Me Look Into Your Eyes: Eye Accessing Cues

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Let Me Look Into Your Eyes: Eye-Acessing Cues by Rachel Hott, Ph.D. Source: Anchor Point Magazine I am addressing the reader who does not know very much about NLP. For the reader who knows something or a lot about NLP, you can read between the lines. When you are in a NLP practitioner training one [...]

17 th September, 2011

In the Beginning: Establishing Rapport

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In the Beginning: Establishing Rapport by Rachel Hott, Ph.D. Source: Anchor Point Magazine And in the beginning the gods said let there be rapport. Beginning? What beginning you may ask. The beginning of an NLP practitioner training of course. Whether you are an NLP practitioner, Master Practitioner, or Trainer you all had a beginning experience [...]

17 th September, 2011

HOT BUTTON EFFECT: Understanding Complex Equivalence

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HOT BUTTON EFFECT: Understanding Complex Equivalence and Behavioral Complex Equivalence by Rachel Hott, Ph.D. Source: Anchor Point Magazine Why read this article? Well if you are new to NLP this article is directed to you, the newcomer. If you are old to NLP then this article is the equivalent to Monarch notes. In 1000 words [...]

17 th September, 2011

Animal, Vegetable or Mineral: Chunking

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Animal, Vegetable or Mineral by Rachel Hott, Ph.D. Source: Anchor Point Magazine Some of you may know that in communication there is a distinction between content and form. If you are a beginner to NLP separating content and form is one of your first steps to becoming a seasoned NLPer. If you are a seasoned [...]

15 th September, 2011

Anchoring with NLP

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Anchors Away: Anchoring with NLP by Rachel Hott, Ph.D. Source: Anchor Point Magazine Part I Welcome back to your Back to Basics article. This article will discuss anchors and the technique of anchoring. For those of you who have read Back to Basics before you know what to expect. All you have to do is [...]