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Topic: Re:Doing it differently
Posted by: Jules Colllingwood
Date/Time: 26/05/2004 14:32:09

Hi James,
With reference to:"Jules Collingwood rocked my world when she said (about modeling a la Whispering) that "it doesn't matter if you do it differently from (not "than") the way they do it".

Always delighted to rock your world ... the sequence goes:
1. Model implicitly ie first access for as long as it takes to become as competent as the model in the same time frame that they use. My preference is to be signed off by the model, since they know what we are doing.

2. Apply the skill in real time for an unspecified period until the skill is well embedded and familiar.

3. When the skill is thoroughly run in, then you can begin to create an explicit description of what you do. Now here's the subject of your quote. THE DESCRIPTION YOU ELICIT IS FROM YOURSELF, not from the model. This is where there may be differences, but you won't find out yet because you are not asking the model. You were signed off on your own performance, remember?

4. When you have an explicit model drawn from your own experience with the skill, if you want to, you can compare notes with the model and the way they do it may be different.

Will you have feline company when you lie down?


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Different approaches to modeling26/05/2004 02:52:56James Tsakalos
     Strategies (an issue yet to be addressed)26/05/2004 03:33:13James Tsakalos
     Re:Different approaches to modeling26/05/2004 09:05:50Greg Alexander
          Re:Re:Different approaches to modeling26/05/2004 12:59:06James Tsakalos
               Re:Re:Re:Different approaches to modeling27/05/2004 02:42:52todd S
               Re:Different approaches to modeling27/05/2004 05:51:45Greg Alexander
                    Re:Re:Different approaches to modeling27/05/2004 12:10:13James Tsakalos
                         Re:Different approaches to modeling29/05/2004 06:15:28Greg Alexander
                              Re:Re:Different approaches to modeling29/05/2004 14:26:36James Tsakalos
          Doing it differently26/05/2004 13:05:50James Tsakalos
               Re:Doing it differently26/05/2004 14:32:09Jules Colllingwood
                    Re:Re:Doing it differently27/05/2004 00:29:04James Tsakalos
                    Modeling doesn't end with the uptake27/05/2004 14:01:11James Tsakalos
                         Re:Modeling doesn't end with the uptake28/05/2004 09:56:02Jules Collingwood
                              Re:Re:Modeling doesn't end with the uptake28/05/2004 16:30:25John Schertzer
                              Re:Re:Modeling doesn't end with the uptake28/05/2004 17:07:03Jim r
                              Re:Re:Modeling doesn't end with the uptake29/05/2004 14:39:56James Tsakalos
     Re:Different approaches to modeling28/05/2004 22:25:48JPG
          Re:Re:Different approaches to modeling29/05/2004 15:20:16James Tsakalos
               Re:Re:Re:Different approaches to modeling29/05/2004 17:08:32John Grinder
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Different approaches to modeling30/05/2004 08:38:13James Tsakalos
          Re:Re:Different approaches to modeling01/06/2004 13:32:37amilcar
               Re:Re:Re:Different approaches to modeling02/06/2004 11:25:41JPG

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