I recently met a dude called Jørgen and discovered that he, like me, has recently written a book about NLP that is endorsed by John Grinder. We exchanged email addresses and agreed to exchange books.
Jørgen’s book arrived this weekend and I have been unable to put it down. I thought I had no behavioural boundaries under the banner of ‘what’s most effective for the client’ but this guy makes my methods look tame.
More importantly; not since Frogs into Princes have I seen a book that captures the spirit of flexibility required to be a real change artist – and it’s mainly implicit in Frogs into Princes. Jørgen makes it explicit and in-your-face.
If you are one of my Practitioners or Master Practitioners – read it! It will echo my attitude to change work (there are no relevant considerations other that the ultimate welfare of your client and rapport is not ‘being nice’).
For so-called NLP Practitioners that ‘run the script’ (with inadequate calibration and inadequate flexibility to go ‘off road’) this should be a wake up call to you. You will probably find it shocking in places, if you do I would urge you to pay attention to your inflexible boundary that Jørgen has crossed. www.provocativehypnosis.com