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Behavior that can be learned. He says, that it is difficult to establish a conclusive definition of NLP, it has characteristics that would define it as art and the ‘science’ of personal excellence. Derived from the study of how best people in different fields obtain their outstanding results. It is about ideas and people, understand and organize their own successes so that you can enjoy many more successful moments. A goal is the build new learning options. More information is housed here: Vida Vacation. It should be noted also, that NLP is based essentially on the following channels: the body, the visual and kinesthetic.

The visuals are those preferencian, of everything that happens in the inner and outer world which is seen. They need to be regarded when you are talking or when they do that is must see that is them is paying attention. The corporal for its part include the message body. The kinestesicos have much capacity of concentration, are that more physical contact needed, are those that give us a pat on the back and wonder how these?, focus more on emotions, everything is focused through the sensations. Definitely, NLP is based on improved efficiency both personal and professional. Taken into account, that NLP had its origins in the 1970s at the University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, where Richard Bandler (mathematician, gestalt psychologist and expert in computer science) and John Grinder (linguist) studied the patterns of conduct of human beings to develop models and techniques that could explain the magic and the illusion of the behavior and human communication. The origin of his research was his curiosity for understanding through communication and language changes occurred in people’s behavior. Object his research were successful people such as: the family therapist Virginia Satir, the father of the modern medical hipnologia Milton Erickson and Fritz Perls gestalt creator. They also had great theoretical influence of Gregory Bateson.

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