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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re:Modeling: New Behavior Generator
Posted by: Michael Carroll
Date/Time: 28/02/2003 01:53:06

Jon you wrote

"or you could try them out, then think them over, Wolfgang  :-)"

Good approach!

On another note related  to Tranceformations, if people here want to read a  beautiful example of sensory acuity, pacing, usage of Milton patterns, asking the right questions, pattern interupt and metaphor – read pages 162 -165(tranceformations). John G, as you haven’t got the book with, I am referring to the alcoholic lady you met in the liquor store. Awesome stuff and very beautifully done.

A great story, a lady in a store bumps into Grinder, begins a dialogue and her life changes. No explicit techniques present here, just a wonderful example of utilisation and short metaphor.

A worthy learning task for anyone trained in NLP language patterns would be to do a linguistic analysis on this piece.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Modeling: New Behavior Generator24/02/2003 09:38:27Wolfgang Karber
     Re:Modeling: New Behavior Generator26/02/2003 19:52:51John Grinder
     Re:Modeling: New Behavior Generator27/02/2003 00:52:56Michael Carroll
          Re:Re:Modeling: New Behavior Generator27/02/2003 01:36:01John Grinder
               Re:Re:Re:Modeling: New Behavior Generator27/02/2003 09:41:47Claire
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Modeling: New Behavior Generator27/02/2003 16:21:33John Grinder
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Modeling: New Behavior Generator01/03/2003 19:45:35Claire
               Re:Re:Re:Modeling: New Behavior Generator28/02/2003 01:29:01Michael Carroll
          Re:Re:Modeling: New Behavior Generator27/02/2003 13:51:54Wolfgang Karber
               Re:Re:Re:Modeling: New Behavior Generator27/02/2003 20:55:44Jon Edwards
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Modeling: New Behavior Generator28/02/2003 01:53:06Michael Carroll

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