Frogs into Princes is edited entirely from audiotapes of introductory NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) training workshops conducted by Richard Bandler and. “NLP is an explicit and powerful model of human experience and communication. Using the principles of NLP it is possible to describe any human activity in a. This is a book review of Richard Bandler and John Grinder’s Frogs Into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming. It has been referred by many as.
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As a work of informative piece of nonfiction, however, the book fails. Interesting book on how to consciously influence others to agree with you or support your recommandations. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. While this is happening, the therapist “anchors” the memory by say, touching the client in a certain way, or by taking on a certain tone. Their knowledge and understanding on the topic comes from decades of experience and modeling expert communicators so you can expect an in-depth discussion on human communication and behavior within the book.
It’s as if the publisher came across a recording, transcribed it in its entirety, stamped on a nonsensical title, and called it a day. It is more complex than simply observing eye movements because the way we access information is dependent on the questions asked.
I am probably a little partial because I truly appreciate the author of this book and what he had done on so many levels. Other editions – View all Frogs Into Princes: But some of the most important areas his work has touched is still just being discovered in the cognitive behavior and alternative health industry. This approach doesn’t really resonate with me personally, but I can imagine it might work for some.
The content is interesting, but if you boil it down there are three basic principles.
Frogs Into Princes
I couldn’t finish it, I tried and tried but it was so dry and I finally set it down. Mar 22, Xenophon Hendrix rated it it dichard ok.
To ask other readers questions about Frogs Into Princesplease sign up. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The first section reveals this fascinating aspect of human communication. This is true for just about all books on NLP.
I know this is the bible for NLP, but Eh! Aug 22, Brooke rated it it was ok. Apr 12, Whoisabishag rated it it was amazing Shelves: The authors start by noting that “the relationship between your experience and what actually occurred is tenuous at best The main practice advocated here is called “reframing” – a “specific was of contacting the portion or part The book is divided into three main sections, which were presented on three separate days at the seminar: The other is to not ‘believe in it’: Note that throughout, the therapist has no idea what the “bad thing” is, nor what the “good resource” is – he or she simply gives content-agnostic process instructions.
Jul 11, Mirek Kukla rated it it was ok Shelves: All you need is the intervention of a modeler who has the requisite sensory experience to observer what the talented person actually does – not there report – and then package it so that you can learn it” “Consciousness seems to be occupied by things that we don’t know how to do well. Time would be highly prized as a test of many things.
If this was written as an actual informative text then they could have fit more content into the pages. The hope is that once you’ve determined which “representational system” a person uses, you can then employ this system to better communicate with them.
I’m intrigued by the idea of representational systems, and I like the authors’ constant reminders that “when you do something that doesn’t work, do something else ” – even if complete flexibility detracts from the viability of NLP as a well-defined therapeutic model.
Review of Frogs Into Princes by Richard Bandler and John Grinder
There might be a rough correlation between eye movements and representation system, but otherwise – nothing to see here. At this point, after so much advancement in NLP, this is more of a history book. Account Prinnces Sign in. Aug 09, Jon Xavier rated it it was ok. That band,er sense to me when I think of how they came about the science of modelling people who excel at their art or science, Bandler and Grinder are the Fathers of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and they make no mistake about demystifying the whole science of excellence and human achievement.
Therapists and psychologists will find the applications of the techniques extremely useful for improving therapeutic communication with patients. Oct 05, Daniel Rickenbach rated it did not like it. Visit his blog and sign-up free fogs get communication techniques, relationship-boosting strategies, and life-building tips by email, along with blog updates, and more!
The authors argue intoo demonstrate that you can figure out a great deal of what someone is thinking by noticing very subtle changes in their expressions. It’s a great intro about NLP neuro linguistic programme by ;rinces father of NLP Richard bandler, as we all know that it’s agreat science and highly recommended to those who seek some series changes in their life!
It sounds plausible and exciting, but could equally be a bunch of holistic psuedoscience for gullible lightweights.
They seem to be intent on producing students who are not totally dependent on them, but those who can be flexible with their behaviour not textbook addicts as they work with people to achieve their dreams.