Welcome to episode 17 of the Practical NLP podcast, which is all about ‘predicates’ – which is NLP jargon for the sensory (visual, auditory, feeling etc) words we use that give a clue to our thought processes.
This podcast covers:
- What happens when people using different representational systems try to communicate
- How to notice which representational systems someone is using at any given moment
- How to develop your own least-used representational system
And features, among other things, a consultant/client meeting that doesn’t go well, the world’s most boring piece of prose (it’s almost a hypnotic induction in itself), and Benny Hill.
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