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Topic: Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling
Posted by: nj
Date/Time: 04/04/2003 19:44:39

Hello, Mr. Rudnick.

1. You wrote,

"...I identified a couple traits this model has that I didn't identify before, specifically in this case a very effective strategy for public speaking and a good way of dealing with interviews, to ensure that he gets publicity, and gets the ideas he wants into print."

Do you want to achieve the results you could by using:

- a very effective strategy for public speaking
- a good way of dealing with interviews, to ensure:
- - you get publicity
- - you get the ideas you want into print?

2. You wrote,

"What I could tell was this: he imagined a complex system, (for example the solar system), and visualized the individual elements each moving separately according to their own schedule... then he identified the most pivotal element in the system, the element which, if varied, would have a threshold effect on the rest of the system, or parts of the system. This is how he chooses what projects to be involved in, by what he thinks is pivotal to the system hes trying to affect."

Do you know that the model did not have a pedagogical intention when he presented how he chooses to involve himself in a project? He might have developed his presentation to teach other people to think the way he does. The process he described might be different than how he actually chooses projects. You can verify how he chooses projects by relying on in-person unconscious uptake of his choose_project behaviors.

3. You wrote,

"My experience with the live model (a successful executive I was around at the time), was almost identical, except that the negative response was not as strong."

I am impressed by your commitment to your research effort. Were you embarassed to be seen imitating the executive's behaviors around him or her? You have commitment to rely on unconscious uptake of your source model's behavior, because performing that unconscious uptake requires that you establish and maintain a personal relationship with the source model under unusual working conditions.

Congratulations on your research work, and please post again when you have further results to share with guests of the "Whispering In The Wind" forum.

-nj


Entire Thread

TopicDate PostedPosted By
Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling31/03/2003 23:08:51Eric Rudnick
     Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling04/04/2003 15:30:06John Grinder
          Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling04/04/2003 23:27:32Bill
               Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling05/04/2003 01:47:33Stephen
          Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling09/04/2003 21:44:16Eric Rudnick
               Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling10/04/2003 18:33:48John Grinder
                    Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling10/04/2003 20:00:08Eric Rudnick
          Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling09/04/2003 21:45:20Eric Rudnick
          Re:ReRe:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling11/04/2003 11:08:29kc
               Re:Re:ReRe:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling11/04/2003 16:01:52John Grinder
                    Re:Re:Re:ReRe:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling11/04/2003 23:02:12kc
     Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling04/04/2003 19:44:39nj
          Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling09/04/2003 21:53:20Eric
               Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling11/04/2003 00:14:18nj
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling11/04/2003 15:51:57John Grinder
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling14/04/2003 01:11:58nj
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling14/04/2003 02:19:28nj
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling14/04/2003 03:06:22John Grinder
                                   Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling16/04/2003 00:39:40nj
                                        Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling16/04/2003 19:30:18John Grinder

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