This is the second of a series where we explain the principles or ‘presuppositions’ of NLP – including some tips included in the Practical NLP audio course that you can get for free when you subscribe to the Practical NLP newsletter.
This week, we consider the often misunderstood presupposition that ‘People have all the resources they need to succeed’, ‘I am in charge of my mind and therefore my results’, and ‘The only reliable information about a person is their behaviour’.
The episode discusses, among other things, Zinedine Zidane, Nelson Mandela, elephants and riders, and Eastenders!
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Note: this episode is no longer available on Apple Podcasts. You can still listen to it as part of the Practical NLP Podcast Collection Volume 1 – which also gives you transcripts of the audio.