First promise yourself something. As you are reading this article about Ordinal Numerals, make sure you read it through the end. Second, promise yourself to practice this stuff a lot. Third, make notes and grow your own library of this stuff. Because if you complied with the first, second and third hint, you already know that the fourth is not that hard. Incorporate it in your knowledge-base of the Milton Model, specifically the Presuppositions. Questions?
Ordinal Numerals are words representing position or rank in a sequential order; the order may be of size, importance, chronology, and so on. As you already discovered, Ordinal Numerals are not that hard to discover.
Remember, the more you demand, the more the muscle expand. The same is true with the Milton Model and all activities you undertake to become a brilliant NLP Practitioner. (attending our NLP Practitioner training for example is a great option …) Here comes the deal. Take two (2) activities you want your client to execute. For example, breathing slowly and deeply and going into a trance. Now, according to the examples above and the knowledge you already have, make a sentence that complies with your knowledge of Ordinal Numerals. Simple! Questions?
For your information: First we have the Milton Model, second we have the presuppositions and third we are speaking about the NLP Ordinal Numerals. Remember, to increase your efficiency as a NLP Practitioner, know your positive intention for the message you want to convey, build rapport and pay attention on what and how you use language. Leave people and business in a better place that where you found them, every day! Put yourself to work and start making the NLP Meta Model part of your knowledge. The sooner you start, the sooner you benefit.
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