Frogs Into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming. Front Cover. Richard Bandler, John Grinder. Real People Press, – Body language – pages. “Edited entirely from audiotapes of introductory NLP training workshops conducted by Richard Bandler and John Grinder.”. Wikipedia: Read associated articles. This is a book review of Richard Bandler and John Grinder’s Frogs Into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming. It has been referred by many as.
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Frogs into Princes – Richard Bandler & John Grinder
If this was written as an actual informative text then they could have fit more content into the pages. It pretty much starts and ends with the Neuro and Linguistic.
The authors argue and demonstrate that you can figure out a great deal of what someone is thinking by noticing very subtle changes in their expressions. Not being able to see the demonstrations was a hindrance, but I still learned enough for the book to be worthwhile and to help me see where I need to go next.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Not being able to see the demonstrations was a hindrance, but I still learned enough for the book to be worthwhile and to help me see where Like several books by Richard Bandler, this is actually a transcript of a three-day seminar. Want to Read saving…. Feb 17, Joe rated it it was amazing. Some cursory googling indicates that experimental evidence is weak.
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But some of the most important areas his work has touched is still just being discovered in bandlr cognitive behavior and alternative health industry. That may sound obvious, but how often do we actually do that? When you touch the person in the same manner at a later time, they will experience the same emotions when you first touched the person. Bandler and Band,er are the Fathers of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and they make no mistake about demystifying the whole science of excellence and human achievement.
Most marketing giants, political leaders, and sales industries use his techniques in everyday.
Mar 22, Xenophon Hendrix rated it it was ok. These techniques are so universal I see them repeated in many books, seminars, workshops etc. There is a difference between what we experience and how ftogs represent it. Primarily with eye movements, it seems. Using the principles of NLP it is possible to describe any human activity in a detailed way that allows you to make many deep and lasting changes banndler and easily.
Richard BandlerJohn Grinder. Apr 28, Marc Anderson rated it it was amazing. All you need is the intervention of a modeler who has the requisite sensory experience to observer what the talented person actually does – not there report – and then package it so abndler you can learn it” “Consciousness seems to be occupied by things that we don’t know how to do well.
I truly enjoyed this book. While this is happening, the therapist “anchors” the memory by say, touching the client in a certain way, or by taking on a certain tone.
The authors start by noting that “the relationship between your experience and what actually occurred is tenuous at best Aug 06, Ivan Voras rated it it was amazing. The end result, even if interesting, is ultimately unconvincing.
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Instead, they call out a person or two from the crowd, and give bandle, guided demonstrations: The application for every technique discussed is diverse. The interesting bit is their approach to running the workshop — how they pace it, what they present, what stories and exercises they use. Jul 02, Burhan Abbasi rated it really liked it. When people communicate, they translate their experience into words.
If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for grindder. Someone else’s words connect to their experiences. If you do, you break up the natural flow of communication. I’m intrigued by the idea of representational systems, and I like the authors’ constant reminders that “when you do something that doesn’t work, do something else ” – even if complete flexibility detracts from the viability of NLP as a well-defined therapeutic model.
This kind of intervention results in generative change, in which people learn to generate and create new talents and behaviors for themselves and others.
As human beings, we input output and prices information about the territory around us. Yes, process matters – as in therapy, so in literature. The question now is: And I turned to the characters in the book, and said “you brilliant, bril It’s definitely an interesting read.
An insightful look at the foundation of NLP, but too academic and dense for beginners. Real People Press- Body language – pages. Therapists and psychologists will find the applications of the techniques extremely useful for improving therapeutic communication with patients.
I would recommend Anthony Robbins or Brian Tracey, banler a better experience. The text itself has been deconstructed. The book is divided into three main sections, which were presented on three separate days at the seminar: