In NLP Kinesthetic is one part of the Representational System. In NLP Kinesthetic break down into two general parts; Internal and External. Examples of Internal feelings are feeling happy, grateful and joy. In conclusion you will find legions more. Examples of External feelings are; feeling the wind on your skin, feeling the sun on your skin. So every feeling that comes from the inside is called Kinesthetic Internal and every feeling that comes from the outside, we call in NLP Kinesthetic External.
A lot of blogposts about NLP or Neuro Linguistic Programming start explaining about the literal meaning of NLP. Neuro stands for your Neurology, Linguistics stands for … Not a bad way to start. Yet to keep things interesting, let’s start this blogpost a little different, at least differently as other blogposts have started. Ask yourself this question. ‘Were you born with a User Manual for your brain?’. Probably the answer is ‘No’. Once you were born out of your moms belly and the naval cord was cut, you where there. Two eyes, one nose. Two hands and five fingers each. You were planted on Mother Earth. On your own. And the remarkable fact is that you already knew that very moment how to make a sound, how to move your muscles, how to breathe, without a question. Your life has started.
It will be nice if we have a personal NLP Life Coach. We all need that mentor, guidance counselor, outside advisor or personal life coach. First of all, your personal NLP Life coach helps you how to see the world around us. Many times we have our blinders on and can only see one small piece of the pie. Coaches have the ability to see things from 30,000 feet while the best you can do is live on the runway of life. Individual Coaching can add many benefits to your life. At Gateway to Knowledge we have specialists in Individual Life Coaching. Even the best in the world use coaches. Michael Jordan, Bill Gates, Brett Favre and many others all have benefited from having individual life coaching. Many people do not even understand what it is. Individual Life Coaching is much different than counseling.
In NLP Visual is one part of the Representational System. In NLP Visual breaks down into two general parts; Internal and External. An example of Internal Visual is remembering how many chairs there are in your living room, remembering your favorite movie. There are legions more.
First of all, remember that it is not important to work with definitions. We train with Dr. Richard Bandler and the Society of NLP. It is far more important to understand the concept of Time and NLP Meta Programs on a context level, than drilling yourself into hard-coded definitions. Our message is here: Learn to observe and to listen to your client. Time is something we as humans have made up. We made it up to measure the rotation of the earth. Various sources have declared various ways of how we came to the time as we use it now. In NLP we handle time in three big chunks of Time.
In NLP Auditory is one part of the Representational System. In NLP Auditory break down into two general parts; Internal and External. An example of Internal Auditory is remembering how your favorite song sounds like, remembering your favorite family member talks. There are legions more. Just say only the alphabet inside your mind and you have a great example of Auditory Internal.
In NLP Scope Ambiguity is a part of the Milton Model. Scope Ambiguity is simple to recognise. Take the following example “They went with the charming men and women”. Were there only charming men? Were the men and women charming? In other words, the scope of reference in this example sentence is not clear at all. It provides room for interpretation. And as a lot of the Indirect Elicitation Paterns do, please do note that this particular part, the Scope Ambiguty, has the same effect. The brain needs to think and relate to the environment to place all the information in the right context. In other words, we distract the brain a little bit to allow us to bring in other information. How easy can your life be as an NLP Practitioner?
This article is about Leadership Mirror Neurons and Behavior. A mirror neuron is a neuron that fires both when an animal acts and when the animal observes the same action performed by another. The neuron “mirrors” the behavior of the other, as though the observer were itself acting. Such neurons have been directly observed in various species. In humans, brain activity consistent with that of mirror neurons has been found in the premotor cortex, the supplementary motor area, the primary somatosensory cortex and the inferior parietal cortex. Many scientists believe they are important in imitation and language acquisition.
How much do you believe this is a competency you can develop with practice? If you want to develop even more your communication capability please read below. My intention for this blogpost is to give you some information that will help you increase your persuasion capability by focusing the attention of your interlocutor that might show resistance to your ideas, towards your desired direction/objective. Many people I interact with in my professional capacity desire to become better and more elegant in using persuasive language in order to increase their influencing capabilities. The language we use has a major impact on our neurology and how we feel.
You might be quite often in position to speak to different audiences. As a leader you intend to influence them so they take action that will result at some point in meeting the strategic intents of your enterprise. I thought to share with you some proven strategies that I myself learnt from others (great further resource: Owen Fitzpatrick). They will help you to take your rhetorical competence to the next level so that you will persuade even more people. They are used regularly by Barack Obama, one of the best speakers today…