Tom over at the NLP Times Blog has posted a SUPER article (in two parts) on ten of the most common difficulties an NLP Practitioner faces when doing client work:
- Jumping to Conclusions
- Lacking Ownership
- Poor “Brain Juice”
- Lack of a Well-Formed Outcome
- Lacking Belief in Their Ability
- Not Defining the Problem in Solvable Terms
- Not Paying Attention (Helping Clients to Follow Instructions)
- Not Testing
Tom outlines each issue and offers a simple solution to each. Definitely worth reading.
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