The Science of Modelling

Example of NLP Master Practitioner Projects

- Being Spontaneous, by Payal Gandhi Hoon

“…I remember as a child being mostly spontaneous and creative in what I said and did. Then came formal education, with book loads of cramming and I'd even wonder when in my life am I ever going to use all that I was souping into my system.…Now that I have known the structured and the scripted, I wanted to plunge into the unexpected……”   More

- Stay calm and focused, by Sree Kumar V.Menon

“…I was a calm and relaxed person. My clarity of focus at that time and the observation was good to me. I was doing product designing at that point of time and the job demand silence and calm state. I realised today that it was a light trance or congruent state (my new jargon). Later I moved into selling and this job demanded me to be energetic. My sales trainer forced me to have a bubbling energy (that's what he calls it). He wanted me to be talkative also. I became both and lately I realised that I corrupted myself with wrong guidance. However there is no failure only feedback…”   More

- To Approach…Life, by Raghavender Matam

“…I have been mostly a person who would do things which I think are ‘doable' by me. I always ponder upon the thing to be done evaluate myself, re-evaluate and then do. Always prepared always in control and be authoritative on what I am going to do. Have to say I lost many fun moments in my life doing this. I always look for being ‘safe' and ‘good at' what ever I am doing.…My focus has been on people in my world who can make a stranger, a friend or a family member feel good. And can make the interaction even more enjoyable…”   More

- Connection with People, by Padmaja Mohandas

"My IT started with a desire and intention to find out a way to establish myself. Be independent, be able to realize and coach myself to utilize my full potential. Or other words I was struggled to move forward and implement what I have planned, due to the fact that I was not using my potential to achieve my goal. The interesting thing is I felt a sort of hindrance or block many times. In the beginning I could not recognize what it was. Later on ,I perceived that drawback of mine. It has given an insight of my block where it is coming from and it made think ,to find out a way to clear this unwanted stagnation. Then I understood, to accomplish some of the tasks I am planning to undertake in coming days, I need to expand or include something in my areas of communications both personally and professionally. When I analysed all strategies of mine, I realised a small slice, called connection that is vey significant, for the accomplishment of each task, whether it is in personnel or professional lives of mine..." More

- How to deliver critical feedback in a manner that makes the person feel valued and be in a resourceful state... by Narmada Kancharana

"I really want to tell him something…but I am scared…I know this feedback will help him… but what if he feels bad about it? Well, that was what went on in my mind every time I had to give someone a critical feedback. I would stay awake till late at night, tossing and turning in my bed and wondering what to say, and how to say it in a way that the receiving person doesn’t feel bad about it. My presupposition perhaps was that the other person is not equipped to handle critical feedback. It hit me like a great discovery when one of my NLP mates, Victoria pointed this out…that maybe, I was operating on that premise and perhaps that’s what made the matters appear not so easy for me. When I first heard that, I had this big AHA moment! I thought, “Absolutely! How about me presupposing that everyone is well equipped to handle feedback?” While it did not dissolve all of my fear, it certainly moved my awareness to the fact that there are a lot of finer nuances in giving feedback and how I may be making it seem difficult for myself... "More

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