How To Develop ‘Mad’ NLP Skills…
A while back I saw a really cool YouTube video...
...that any NLPer would want to watch.
And the interesting thing is:
It's NOT about NLP or hypnosis or modelling.
But it is packed with value (if you know how to look at it).
In the 3-minute video, Erich Brenn is performing a "plate spinning" act on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1969.
At the peak of his performance, he’s spinning 13 plates simultaneously!
As I was watching it, I said to myself:
"That is a lot like mastering NLP. The best of the best know how to keep multiple plates spinning all at once. Same structure, different content."
For example, if you want to get ‘mad’ NLP skills, there is a lot to learn, like:
You see every tool, technique and pattern in NLP has a job.
Once you know what jobs different tools are great for – you can do so much more.
For example, you can combine skills like a Jedi Master to create outcomes you want in your personal and professional life in a way never possible before.
You see, the secret to developing mad skills with NLP is not by memorising the techniques.
The secret to developing mad skills is all about knowing:
…so even complex jobs like entertaining millions of people by spinning plates can be made to look easy.
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