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Topic: Re:massaging messengers can be messy
Posted by: stumped
Date/Time: 16/10/2002 04:53:27

It's silly, but it's true

#1...Gene Rooney/John Grinder (Gene via Lead Consultants- he may have just shifted out of NLP seminars) I haven't actually sat down in a group led by John, but after many many video and audio tapes, I don't need to know what his breath smells like to know he can't be topped.

#2...Robert Dilts (I appreciate Dr Grinder's attempts to point out the flaws in some of Dilt's definitions, but as Grinder is fond to point out, it's all about usefulness- Dilts, in my experience is a master at helping people operationalize knowledge)

#3...Jeff Rose (Yea, he is not prone to call what he teaches NLP, but it has enough elements; he told me about this list.  He only does personal consulting and it's made a huge difference in my work.  He questions many of the assumptions, but he maintains the strong impact...hey, Jeff, do I get a discount for putting you in my top five)

#4...Steven Gilligan (again, he has different words for what exactly he does, but he's top-notch...I get the impression that if you want a sense of what it was like to hang with Milton, you should hang with Gilligan...not as much anymore as he is doing a lot to separate himself)

#5...Richard Bandler (I think he's the only one left)...just kidding...really #5 should go to....................I have no idea at this point

I'm stumped

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
messengers and messages 11/10/2002 17:47:56kc
     massaging messengers can be messy16/10/2002 04:39:21Cave Eater
          Re:massaging messengers can be messy16/10/2002 04:53:27stumped
          Re:massaging messengers can be messy16/10/2002 14:29:21Jim R
               Re:Re:massaging messengers can be messy16/10/2002 15:09:31Stumped
                    fluff sandwich16/10/2002 22:07:18Johnny b Good
               Begin with the end in Mind?16/10/2002 22:09:22someone
                    ReReReRe:Begin with the end in Mind?17/10/2002 00:44:08sammy
     Re:messengers and messages 16/10/2002 12:46:37Ian
          Re:Re:messengers and messages 16/10/2002 22:14:12kc
               Re:Re:Re:messengers and messages 17/10/2002 12:22:56Ian
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:messengers and messages 18/10/2002 13:33:24kc
                         ReRe:Re:Re:Re:Re:messengers and messages 18/10/2002 16:22:14sammy
                              ReRe:ReRe:Re:Re:Re:Re:messengers and messages 18/10/2002 16:36:21kc
                                   ReRe:ReRe:ReRe:Re:Re:Re:Re:messengers and messages 21/10/2002 00:40:26sammy

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