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One of the myths of NLP is in it’s most common name. “The Study Of Excellence.” The idea is you can find something that is “excellent.” Then you can study it. And if you study it well enough, you can recreate that excellence yourself. This is how NLP was created in the first place. By COPYING people who were ALREADY excellent communicators. But there are a couple problems with that. Imagine a regular mall. Imagine that mall over the course of about thirty years. Shops come and go. Some last longer than others. Trends change. Demo
I read a study regarding weight loss. It was done by some British organization, and the results were less than inspiring. It said that less than 2% of people who lost a significant amount of weight kept it off for a significant amount of time. Meaning that they managed to lose weight, but nearly all of them eventually gained it back. Now, it's a very easy excuse to say, "Well, most people can't do it so I'm not even going to try." This more or less GUARANTEES you'll never have any kind of success. After all, most humans are very comfortable doing what everybody el