NLP Techniques: Key Factors That Make The Swish Pattern Work

Following on from my previous article about the Swish Pattern, let’s look in a bit more detail at the critical factors that make the Swish Pattern work. You might want to read that first anyway, as I’ll be referring to bits of it throughout this article. Let’s start with the ‘trigger picture’ of the stimulus […]

Practical NLP 27: Five Keys to Successful Anchoring

Following on from episode 26, where we set up a resource anchor, this week we’re going under the hood to find out how and why anchoring works. Featuring: The four steps of anchoring The five keys to successful anchoring Pavlov’s Dog plus a couple of useful acronyms to help you remember the steps and the […]

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