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When someone says, "I've always done it that way!"


Cally

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One of the founding NLP Presuppositions is:

 

 

 

If you go on doing what you're doing now you are very likely to go on getting the same
results as you are getting now

 

So when someone says, "But, I've always done it that way!", they are committing themselves (and possibly others) to a fate that will continue to occur as there is no way to change the results if you won't change the procedure.

 

How do you interpret this specific presupposition?

 

 

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