'Game of Abundance' – A Study in a New NLP Tool
4 Pages Posted: 19 Dec 2012
Date Written: December 19, 2012
The old NLP went wrong, very wrong, when it came into developing a larger-level strategy for its acceptance. We all know that. And today, twenty-five years after its beginning, we see it everywhere. So in spite of the rhetoric about abundance, creativity, innovation, cooperation, the agreement frame, pacing as the rapport-building process, etc., NLP has not followed much of its own model. We have talked more about the great ideas within the model than practiced them. Incongruity among some of the first developers has undermined our credibility. And there's good reasons for this. Dilts' comment about NLP being created by two madmen modeling three raw individualists (Perls, Satir, and Erickson) undoubtedly describes some of the original frames that were set that preferred individuality over community and cooperation.
Keywords: abundance NLP
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