Sandier, Richard. Frogs into princes. “Edited entirely from audiotapes of introductory. NLP training workshops conducted by Richard Bandler and John Grinder.”. Finding out that they were attending the Gestalt Conference also, I told them about the exciting new work that Bandler and Grinder were doing. They didn’t. “Edited entirely from audiotapes of introductory NLP training workshops conducted by Richard Bandler and John Grinder.”. Wikipedia: Read associated articles.
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As stated in the preface, this might have been compelling in the original context, but here, even if instructive, it’s rather unconvincing.
Outside the realm of pure mathematics, if a theory is unfalsifiable, it’s absolutely uninteresting. Our five senses visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory and gustatory NLP is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy.
Frogs Into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming – Richard Bandler, John Grinder – Google Books
Princea read this page before commenting. This approach doesn’t really resonate with me personally, but I can imagine it might work for some.
Mar 25, Gregory rated it liked it. Joshua Uebergang aka “Tower of Power” Joshua Uebergang, aka “Tower of Power”, teaches social skills to help shy guys build friends and influence people. 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 bandlrr and then package it so that you can learn it” “Consciousness seems to be occupied by things that we don’t know how to do well.
Review of Frogs Into Princes by Richard Bandler and John Grinder
Most of them believe their lies. Take with a boulder of salt. Change the way you see, hear, feel, and imagine the world you live in. Frogs Into Princes is a transcript from a live seminar conducted by the Bandler ginder Grinder.
I would really prefer that you didn’t use such terms, since they don’t refer to anything. Feb 18, Zane rated it liked it.
It’s a tool for improving lives. 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.
The “book” is “organized” into three parts, each corresponding to one-day of the seminar. Amazing how such subtle uses of language can make such difference to the results you get.
Frogs Into Princes
Apr 28, Marc Anderson rated it it was amazing. That one statement tended to wake up the expert therapists in a hurry! Some people find this style of writing difficult to follow but personally I enjoy it.
Let’s examine each day in turn. If you try it based on yb I told you, it will likely be ineffective. There is no such thing as hypnosis. The extreme basics of the technique bwndler touching someone while getting him or her to elicit specific emotions. I have never been able to tell if this book is completely unintelligible or really profound. Mar 22, Xenophon Hendrix rated it it was ok. Instantly get new articles and bonus tips for free about once a month by signing up to the TowerOfPower.
Imagine an Unfunny George Carlin, He did have a few good points but they were far and few between. They don’t realize that they are made up. This is the greatest downfall of the book. Interesting book on how to consciously influence others to agree with you or support your recommandations. The most important thing.
It’s definitely an interesting read. Their knowledge and understanding on the topic comes from decades of experience and modeling expert communicators so you can expect an in-depth discussion on human communication and behavior within the book.
They spent pages explaining these three, but they do it in a daily engaging manner. The question now is: Thoughtful organization and carefully reasoned arguments be damned: As I’ve now alluded to more than once, the authors don’t offer much in the way of objective evidence.
I truly enjoyed this book. It’s light on specifics and long on self-aggrandizing stories. I couldn’t finish it, I tried and tried but it was so dry and I finally set it down. Apr 15, Laurent Videau rated it really liked it Shelves: This is a fascinating book. The last time I checked, the book was out of print, but fortunately it is still made available to you in quality second-hand copies via Amazon.
The idea here is that different information is stored using different “representational systems” visual, auditory, etc. That sounded quite a bit like John Grinder, the transformational grammar expert.