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Published by: Quinton Smith on Nov 16, 2013
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NLP Strategies

NLP strategies are the sequence of mental representations or steps we use to generate our outcomes and experiences. That is sequences of images, sounds, sensations, internal dialogue, tastes and smells. They are the way we remember, learn, decide, solve problems and motivate ourselves.

Simple Strategies
We often have only a few sequences or procedures we apply to most things we do. or instance, we might have a general see then feel then do something strategy where we motivate ourselves by triggering various states by what we see. !ee bosses narrow lips and feel intimidated enough to get bac" to wor". !ee dirty dishes in the sin" and feel irritated enough to wash them. !ee the date on the calendar and feel enough panic to do the report. !ee someone smiling and feel confident enough to tal" to him or her. #enerali$ed strategies can cause problems. % useful strategy for writing poetry involving auditory digital and "inesthetic system processing &self'tal" then feel( would be unuseful to play golf for instance. !trategies we develop as children for getting what we want may not wor" in other contexts. )rying because someone critici$es us &hear then feel( might get a parent to bac" off, but may not wor" so well with the boss.

Complex Strategies
The codifying of our representations enables us to ma"e fine distinctions about how people achieve things. *y mapping the cognitive sequence someone uses to create a certain result, we can duplicate it. This is the basis of NLP +odeling.

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