"Words are the source of misunderstandings.”
Sometimes I think about how hard it is to communicate with another person.
We take it for granted because we do it all the time.
But we never stop to think about how often things are misunderstood.
At the source of every unhappy marriage is a breakdown in communication.
It's one thing to have 2 people talk to each other.
It's another thing entirely for both people to understand what the other person is saying.
Becoming a skillful communicator means being able to tailor your language to who you're talking to.
If you're 1-dimensional in your approach, then you're bound to rub someone the wrong way.
Everyone knows that the "L" in NLP stands for Linguistic, which is the study of language itself.
Being able to control your language will allow you to create magical results in yourself and other people.
NLP has many linguistic tools to draw from such as the Meta Model, the Milton Model, Sleight of Mouth, etc.
Most people don't need to go farther than the basics.
But if you're one of those people who wants to take your communication to the next level, then you should check out "Advanced Language Patterns" by my friends over at NLPTimes. As the name implies, this is advanced training and not recommended for beginners.
This will teach you cutting-edge language skills used by master communicators today.
Here's what you'll learn:
In total, you'll receive 110 minutes of audio, along with a 50-page pdf transcript for your convenience.
And it comes with 18 pages of post-training assignments to help you get plenty of practice.
People from all over the world have already benefited from this training.
You could be next.
Secure your copy today and start wielding linguistic influence over other people.
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