Jun 12, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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This month we have Damon Cart presenting on sensory acuity and submodalities. Here is a bit about what he will be sharing.
One of the most important competencies in NLP if not the most important competency is sensory acuity. It's also probably the most overlooked. You can learn hundreds of NLP techniques but without mastering sensory acuity NLP techniques are lifeless and hit and miss at best. Sensory acuity starts with yourself and the awareness of your own states and how you create them and overall how you create your life experience. A true NLP master is someone who can effectively use NLP on themselves as well as others. Developing a sharp sensory acuity is necessary to be an effective coach and effective therapist. A well honed sensory acuity can take a business to the next level and it can turn a mediocre salesperson into a winning salesperson. It's also the foundation for creating lasting change in your own life and for influencing others.
Submodalities are one of the most fundamental ways that the brain functions. As the qualities that make up our internal representations, the context to our thinking, they help to encode much of the meaning in our thoughts and feelings. Thus they have far reaching effects.
When you can become aware of the submodalities of your internal representations you then have options for changing them. The average person in the world, has little to no awareness of their thinking, unfortunately.
Submodalities don’t exist in a vacuum. They must be used in combination with a variety of other NLP skills. And these can be put together in drills in a variety of ways to help you achieve greater results.
Hope to see you there!