Modeling Excellence Series #12

A basic premise in NLP is that within (or behind, or above) every experience has a structure. Further, when you work with or change the structure, you are working with the very processes of the experience (or behavior) rather than dealing with the content or symptoms. To put it another way, there is a how to involved in every experience and when you discover the how to, you discover the heart. To make this really practice, this means that there is a how to for-

Getting depressed when you have sufficient money and loved ones.
Becoming anxious in the face of speaking before an audience.
Put off doing something that you fully know would improve the quality of your life.
Eat the wrong foods and too much of them when you have other choices.

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