Following on from episode 22, which guided you through the NLP Swish pattern, this week we unpack it to see the nuts and bolts that you need to get right to make it work.
We also look at how to adapt the Swish for use in informal business and training contexts (thanks to Peter Freeth for his innovations here) and how to use submodalities in the external environment (thanks to Andy Jackson for some of his great ideas). Finally we review many of the useful ways you can apply submodalities in life and work.
Also featuring, among other things:
- NLP practitioners who never ‘got’ the Swish pattern
- How to calm down teenagers in a youth club
- The best kind of room to hold a brainstorming session in
Note: this episode is no longer available on Apple Podcasts. You can still order it as part of the Practical NLP Podcast Collection Vol. 3 – Submodalities. It has transcripts too!
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