Modelling using NLP: possible in the world, possible for me, it is only a matter of how

One of the presuppositions of NLP is:

Possible in the world, possible for me, it is only a matter of how

If  it is possible for someone else to do something then it is possible for you to do it. You need to find out how to do it that’s all.

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From this presupposition comes the methodology known as modelling: whatever you want to be excellent at, you need to find someone who is excellent at it, and learn from them.  It’s a much faster way than trial and error.

If you want to lose weight, find someone who has lost weight and kept it off, and find out what they did.  If you want to stop smoking, find someone who stopped smoking and find out what they did.  If you want to have a successful business, find someone who built up a successful empire and find out what they did.  If you want to be a successful investor, find someone who has made millions on trading stocks, and find out what they did!

Perhaps think or 3-5 celebrities that have done / or portray what you wish to acheive and imagine they are giving you advice.

Or you could go to a really great therapist who knows how lots of people did it – SUCCESSFULLY of course!!!!

1 reply
  1. David
    David says:

    The NLP modelling presupposition was brilliant, I am a big fan of
    working efficiently and modelling certainly ticks that box (anything
    to save time). I love NLP and the way you can use language and
    observation to improve your daily life is something special; it is a
    super subject for sure. I suppose if words make up only 7% of any
    dialogue it is important to use the right ones and I like that very
    much.

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