|Topic:||Re:high performance state consequences or indicators|
I can't think of examples of PP changes, but I am thinking of the format in WITW. (new code change format) where I leave them in 1st position.
It might be interesting to do a pre post test on this and see for yourself what you discover. (In fact, thanks for the suggestion :-) Although I would still come back to 1st to finish.
As to other indicators.
Look for any observable Px stuff. Success means physiology is more like high performance otherwise, redo.
breathing, posture, micromuscle movement, head tilt, balance/symmetry, voice tone, etc.. Hope you get the idea.
May be an elementary answer, but they say that mastery is the art of mastering the basics... (Whoever they are ;-)
Calibration is as basic as you get.
Hope this helps,
PS did you mean submodality changes in other perceptual positions? Or some kind of actual changes in position? Or...?
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|high performance state consequences or indicators||06/11/2003 03:52:17||scott|
|Re:high performance state consequences or indicators||06/11/2003 06:23:20||Todd|
|Re:Re:high performance state consequences or indicators||06/11/2003 07:10:35||scott|
|Re:Re:Re:high performance state consequences or indicators||06/11/2003 22:36:55||Todd|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:high performance state consequences or indicators||06/11/2003 22:50:16||John Grinder|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:high performance state consequences or indicators||07/11/2003 05:20:07||Todd|