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Topic: Re:Re:Coding skills
Posted by: Stephen Bray
Date/Time: 08/12/2003 12:08:09


Prior to the NLP project with the US marksman team Milton Erickson consulted for them. There's a reference in: Rossi E. (ed.) (1980) Indirect Approaches to Symptom Resolution, The Collected Papers of Milton H Erickson Vol. IV. New York: Irvington p 97.

But I agree that, (as described); it does not meet the criteria outlined by John in WITW.

I seem to recall, that in 1988 when you presented 'Prerequisites of Personal Genius in London' that you referred to a modelling project involving commodity traders, music and using 'the strategy of a hunter'.

Is that material confidential, (that is restricted by any contract between you and the agency commissioning the project)? And if not are you willing to discuss it either here, or perhaps within a detailed exposition in future books, workshops or publications, or at the very least offer it, by way of example, to Martin?

Your comments about just this topic in that workshop completely changed my patterns concerning the relationship between effort and productivity, even though I continue to have no interest in commodity trading.


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Coding skills06/12/2003 05:00:27Martin Messier
     Re:Coding skills06/12/2003 21:01:47John Grinder
          Re:Re:Coding skills07/12/2003 20:11:37cindy
          Re:Re:Coding skills08/12/2003 12:08:09Stephen Bray
               Re:Re:Re:Coding skills08/12/2003 19:51:56John Grinder
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Coding skills09/12/2003 08:26:46Stephen Bray
     Re:Coding skills10/12/2003 01:20:15Markus

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