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Posted by: ElevandraE
Date/Time: 12/06/2003 15:20:06

Hi i really would like to know the difference between Michael Hall's Meta-NLP and Neuro Semantics.

If you are now into neuro semantics( better than nlp in your estimation), why are you still teaching NLP certifications?The weirdest thing is that you still have NLP certication trainings, although you now call it META-NLP. Probably because you still need to use the NLP name to market your trainings.

Everyone has a new improved version of NLP, whether it is humanistic neuro linguistic psychology,neuro associative conditioning, neuro semantics or neuro monkey banana milkshakes.

I realize most of us want to become top intellectual founders of amazing new disciplines and go down in history but will this really enhance michael hall's reputation to a higher degree? hmm, maybe, tell me if it works and ill create Neuro Elusive Technologies tommorow.(it can be NLP with different eye pattern strategies)

I believe(my map) it is fantastic to improve and argue about the existing model of NLP like what Robert Dilts and many others have been doing. but they still call it NLP doesnt he? Robert could easily call his version of NLP super neuro diltsy semantic conditioning or  whatever but he doesnt. Let's share, let's evaluate and let's teach but remember children, don't forget to trademark!

One argument is that NLP has some negative and harmful public relations so lets trademark a new name and become BETTER than NLP. Do any of these trainers really believe that their new NLP will attain "SUPER NLP" status? isnt super NLP still NLP?

Hey i love Tony Robbins but we do know what Neuro Associative Conditioning really is dont we?

i believe the majority of the international NLP comunity believes in NLP and will strive to improve and have new distinctions to share with everyone else. But will we call it neuro something else?? hmm i dont know..... maybe. After all, we all do want to be great, rich famous dont we?

Wei Min Choong, NLP practitioner.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
NLP vs NEURO SEMANTICS12/06/2003 15:20:06ElevandraE
     Re:NLP vs NEURO SEMANTICS12/06/2003 20:18:38thepropagandist
          follow up13/06/2003 11:37:37ElevandraE
     L.Michaell Hall's reply13/06/2003 11:51:50ElevandraE
          Re:L.Michaell Hall's reply13/06/2003 18:55:01thepropagandist
          Re:L.Michaell Hall's reply13/06/2003 23:37:54nj
               NLP Comprehensive14/06/2003 02:21:32ElevandraE
          Re:L.Michaell Hall's reply16/06/2003 21:02:02Jim R
               Re:Re:L.Michaell Hall's reply16/06/2003 21:30:15John Schertzer
          Re:L.Michaell Hall's reply23/06/2003 06:17:11spikw
     Re:NLP vs NEURO SEMANTICS14/06/2003 09:53:40Bo
          Re:Re:NLP vs NEURO SEMANTICS15/06/2003 19:28:10Robert
               Re:Re:Re:NLP vs NEURO SEMANTICS23/06/2003 00:17:24Gus
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:NLP vs NEURO SEMANTICS23/06/2003 05:04:56nj
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:NLP vs NEURO SEMANTICS23/06/2003 06:21:44Ryan Nagy
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:NLP vs NEURO SEMANTICS23/06/2003 07:00:48nj
                                   Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:NLP vs NEURO SEMANTICS25/06/2003 05:34:31nj
                                        Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:NLP vs NEURO SEMANTICS25/06/2003 12:24:12Zhi Zhi Chien
                                             Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:NLP vs NEURO SEMANTICS25/06/2003 12:41:06Zhi Zhi Chien
                                        Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:NLP vs NEURO SEMANTICS25/06/2003 20:52:47Ryan Nagy
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:NLP vs NEURO SEMANTICS24/06/2003 03:44:19Gus :)

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