Frogs into Princes is edited entirely from audiotapes of introductory NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) training workshops conducted by Richard Bandler and. “NLP is an explicit and powerful model of human experience and communication. Using the principles of NLP it is possible to describe any human activity in a. This is a book review of Richard Bandler and John Grinder’s Frogs Into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming. It has been referred by many as.
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The “book” is “organized” into three parts, each corresponding to one-day of the seminar. Aug 06, Ivan Voras rated it it was amazing. Eichard friend and I are going to go through some of the exercises someday to practice.
These techniques are so universal I see them repeated in many books, seminars, workshops etc. Jan 03, Donal Phipps rated it really liked it. But here, they only serve to confuse and otherwise detract from what might have otherwise been an interesting message. It made two men rich, if In spite of a lot of BS, the authors did make a person think.
An insightful look at the foundation of NLP, but too academic and dense for beginners. This approach doesn’t really resonate with me personally, but I can imagine it might work for some. This gets back to basics. Therapists and psychologists will find the applications of the techniques extremely useful for improving therapeutic communication with patients.
The book is divided into three main sections: I’m intrigued by the idea of representational systems, and I like the authors’ constant reminders that “when you do something that doesn’t work, do something else ” – even if complete flexibility detracts from the viability of NLP as a well-defined therapeutic model.
While this is happening, the therapist “anchors” the memory by say, touching the client in a certain way, or by taking on a certain tone. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Jun 22, L. The application for every technique discussed is diverse. Our five senses visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory and gustatory are the language of our brain. Joshua Uebergang aka “Tower of Power” Joshua Uebergang, aka “Tower of Power”, teaches social skills to help shy guys build friends and influence people. That structure can then be quickly taught to others to give them the foundation for that same ability. And when it doesn’t, it’s because you never really “believed” in the first place.
It has been referred by many as the book to read for somebody richagd out in neuro-linguistic programming NLP and rightfully so.
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But some of the most important areas his work has touched is still just prlnces discovered in the cognitive behavior and alternative health industry. A great book, not sure if its the right one for starting off with NLP since it was my first.
Another premise of the book is that you can radically change another person’s responses by changing your own behavior. At the time I read every book I could find that they had written together and not one of them disappointed on content. Representational Systems and Accessing Cues 2.
You can’t do it consciously.
Go now to https: Account Options Sign in. If you try it based on what I told you, it will likely banddler ineffective. Steve AndreasJohn O. The first section was possibly the first ever discussion on accessing cues.
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Let’s examine each day in turn. They are salesmen of a pseudo-science. I am probably a little partial because I truly appreciate the author of this book and what he had done on so many levels.
Primarily with eye movements, it seems. I would recommend Anthony Robbins or Brian Tracey, for a better experience. Once you prrinces your copy, hold on to it. Mar 22, Xenophon Hendrix rated it it was ok. Words only have meaning in that they trigger sensory representations in a speaker or listener.
Feb 27, Isaac Wilson rated it really liked it.