Day: August 27, 2019

mindtools personal development neuro linguistic programming nlp milton model analogue marking
Indirect Elicitation Patterns
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NLP Analogue Marking

In NLP Analogue Marking doesn’t have to do much with language patterns, but the more how you use your voice. In our experience it doesn’t hurt to become fully in control of your voice as it makes you bring our message to your client more easy and more smooth. A lot of the techniques we explained in previous blogposts are even more powerful when you apply Analogue Marking. Analogue Marking means that you set the directive apart from the rest or the sentence with some non-verbal analogue behavior.

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NLP Meta Program
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NLP Meta Programs

In NLP Meta Programs are a process by which one sorts through multiple generalizations simultaneously. As such, Meta Programs control how and when a person will engage in any set of strategies in a given context. Here are key take aways for you:

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mindtools personal development neuro linguistic programming nlp milton model indirect elicitation patterns
Indirect Elicitation Patterns
Mind Tools Co., Ltd.

NLP Indirect Elicitation Patterns

Indirect Elicitation Patterns are very useful in getting specific responses indirectly, without asking for them. Again, in the Meta Model we scope for information that is sent to us as the listener to be as complete as possible. The Milton Model is the opposite of it. In other words we as an NLP Practitioner or Master Practitioner plan our outcome very well. Where Direct Elicitation can result in much resitance or authority, in NLP Indirect Elicitation Patterns help you soften the communication. Using them results in a desired response indirectly. In other words, you are asking for an outcome without making it obvious that you are asking and there is a desired outcome. Fun, right?

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