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Satir Categories

Five archetypical postures that evoke a predictable response from the person or audience receiving them. Satir categories are excellent to use in presentation and training.

Books: The Magic of NLP Demystified - Lewis & Pucelik, Presenting Magically - James & Shephard

Sleight Of Mouth Patterns

A set of elegant reframes that can be used to reframe beliefs or objections conversationally. Excellent for using in therapy, coaching, sales, and negotiation.

Book: Sleight Of Mouth Patterns - Dilts

Course: NLP Master Practitioner Certification

SMART Goals

A quick way of making sure that your goals are well formed. SMART stands for:
S - Specific and Simple 
M - Measurable and Meaningful to you 
A - Achievable and As if now 
R - Realistic and Responsible 
T - Timed and Towards what you want

Book: The Secret Of Creating Your Future® ¬ James 
Course: NLP Practitioner Certification

Stacking Anchors

A stacked anchor is an anchor that has been created with a number of resourceful states stacked on top of one another. This means that you can create an anchor for yourself (or someone else) that, when fired, would have you (or the person) feel powerful, safe, motivated, loved etc. all at the same time. This gives you a tremendous resource to use whenever you want to feel at your best.

Book: Frogs Into Princes - Bandler & Grinder

Course: NLP Practitioner Certification

State

State is the way you feel emotionally from moment to moment.

Book: Unlimited Power - Tony Robbins

Courses: NLP Practitioner Certification

State Management

When using NLP, you can learn to manage and control your own state so that you can always be in the best state for you to create the results you want from the situation you are in.

Book: Unlimited Power - Tony Robbins

Courses: NLP Practitioner Certification

Strategy

All of our behaviour is created by unconscious strategies or programmes that we run in our neurology. A strategy is a particular order and sequence of internal representations that leads to a particular outcome. We have strategies for motivation, decisions, waking up, going to sleep, attraction, recognising attraction, feeling loved, and everything else we do.

Books: Unlimited Power - Tony Robbins, NLP Volume 1 - Bandler, Grinder, Delozier, Dilts et al

Course: NLP Practitioner Certification

Strategy Elicitation

The NLP technique for eliciting a person’s strategy for a particular behaviour. This can be done overtly or covertly. This is very useful in sales, coaching, and therapy.

Books: Unlimited Power - Tony Robbins, NLP Volume 1 - Bandler, Grinder, Delozier, Dilts et al

Course: NLP Practitioner Certification

Strategy Installation

NLP techniques for installing a new strategy or changing an existing strategy. These techniques would be used when a client did not have a strategy for doing a particular behaviour or if someone had a strategy that did not get the desired result. Useful in the context of coaching and therapy.

Books: Unlimited Power - Tony Robbins, NLP Volume 1 - Bandler, Grinder, Delozier, Dilts et al

Course: NLP Practitioner Certification

Strategy Utilisation

Once a strategy has been elicited, it is possible to utilise it to get a desired result. For instance, in sales, you can utilise a potential client's decision strategy to assist them in being decisive when you close them. In management, you could use a member of staff's motivation strategy to assist them in becoming motivated about required tasks.

Books: Unlimited Power - Tony Robbins, NLP Volume 1 - Bandler, Grinder, Delozier, Dilts et al

Course: NLP Practitioner Certification

Submodalities

You have 6 modalities of Internal Representation: Visual, Auditory, Kinaesthetic, Olfactory, Gustatory, and Auditory Digital (Self-Talk). Submodalities are the finer distinctions of the modalities. For instance, examples of submodalities for the Visual modality would be size, distance, location, movie/still, colour/black & white, etc. 

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