Name Product: Michael Breen – The Art & Skills Of Nested Story Telling
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Author: Michael Breen
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“Finally Revealed The Strategies & Skills For Doing Nested Loops & Nested Story Telling…
Used By The World Best Trainers, Story Tellers & Master Persuaders…
To Bypass A Listener’s Conscious Mind, Impart Instructions Deep Into The Unconscious And Create Lasting Change…
Go Behind The Closed Door…
NLP is one of the most powerful personal change and communication technologies available in the world today. It’swidely regarded as being at the forefront of creating processes that help people learn faster, change quicker and develop skills fast.
Expert communicators like Dr. Richard Bandler, Tony Robbins, Michael Breen and others have been widely known for their ability to wire up new behaviours and help people learn – without the person realising they were consciously learning.
This is an incredible skill to have and one that very few NLP trainer or practitioners ever learn. In part because the skills and strategies to do this have been known only to a small handful of master NLPers.
However that’s about to change as world renowned trainer Michael Breen takes you behind the curtain and shares the key distinctions and skills that make this part of the technology work.
Nested Loops & Nested Story Telling Is NOT A Technique
Nested loops and nested story telling is one of those topics in NLP that many people can talk about but few know how to do.
It’s more art and skill than hard science.
But it is a skill you can learn (with expert guidance and practice)
Unfortunately most people who have been trained in using nested loops get taught it as a some form of “tell a story, break the story part way, tell another story, repeat five times”… however this is not how you use nested loops but simply a training aid. A way you can train yourself to begin to think in a structured story telling format that most people are unfamiliar with.
Unfortunately this critical distinction gets missed off of most trainings and chapters you’ll find in books on this topic.
Without context and expert information from someone who has done it thousands of times … you are likely to make the same mistakes that so many others have.
During This 2 Hour Master Class Training You Will Learn:
Inside this 2 hour teleseminar training you will learn:
What nested loop are – When you truly get this you will understand why those who treat it as a technique experience frustration and lackluster results. When you discover the real truth behind what a nested loop is you’ll avoid this common error.
What the purpose of nested loops are and why you want to use them – discover what is really going on and why great story tellers, hypnotists and communicators have been using them for millennia.
What precisely are you looking to do when you nest stories.
If you have ever wondered what you are supposed to be doing, you’ll learn all that here and hear several examples of nesting in action.
The interesting tale of how Milton Erickson used “multiple embedded stories” that pre-dated NLP
Learn about the little known russian researcher who discovered the principle that is behind what make nested loops tick (this is what really drives the process and makes nesting so effective)
Discover this rule of thumb for design that is essential to know for designing and delivering nested loops. The fact is to do nesting well you need to know how to both design and deliver them effectively.
This training teaches you the fundamentals that are essential.
Learn what “priming” is, how it works and how to do it. When you learn this skill your suggestions, overt or covert, will be so much more powerful because the idea will already be seeded inside your listeners mind and “primed” to be acted on.
Why you must aware of the critical role the law of requisite variety has on training outcomes – and whether or not your “nests” work to produce the specific result you want.
The secret distinction about “procedural” approach to learning that most trainers don’t know and will reduce your effectiveness
Learn how to be able to spot when someone is nesting well and what strategies they are using..
Imagine you have the skill to reverse engineer some of the best communicators on the planet…
Discover why it is that hypnotic CD’s work well to get an outcome for some people but not others (this can help save your frustration and falling into the gap that X CD doesn’t work.
Learn what Memes are and how to use them to your benefit. Memes are a fascinating area and when you know how they work and what makes them stick you will be able to set your own “thought virus” in someone else’s mind intentionally.
Discover the one question that enables you to reverse engineer any technique and gives you almost unlimited options to generate numerous ways of achieving a desired outcome.
Learn to take on a very powerful view on what learning is all about for your listeners, this will transform how you think and approach creating “learning” experiences for your listener…
Learn about the 3 ways that people can close loops – these are the three primary ways that most skilled NLPers who can do nested communication use.
Uncover the little known presupposition distinction that is central to know when nesting stories so that you get the results you intend.
Learn about the impact nesting stories has in relation to memory… when you know this you will have a springboard from which you can begin practicing nesting your stories and anecdotes.
Hear Michael demonstrate how he used nested story telling processes to create remove an intense phobia of the dentist
Learn the key differences between “stacking realities” Vs. doing “Nested loops”. (These two things are not the same, yet many people think they are. Learn exactly why here and discover how to use both for extra special effect)
Discover what Michael recommends as a useful strategy to be able to track patterns when analysing a speaker’s communication.
Learn when NOT to use nested communication (this is important to know so you don’t error like many others who try to use nesting in a context where it shouldn’t be done).
Learn when to test so that you don’t just hope it “works” – you’ll know exactly what to pay attention for.
Learn the design rules about when and where to place content within your nested loops (knowing when and where to make your suggestions, give instructions is very important – Michael shares some key heuristics to consider when placing content inside your nested process.
What to do if when you are working you aren’t getting a response you want from the audience. Without attention you have nothing so knowing how to get it and regain it if you lose it is critically important
Learn what you need to do in order to get really good with nested loops and nested communications
Discover the key principles for what you MUST do when you are exiting back out of your stories so you don’t miss it up (like many novice nested story tellers do)…
After Michael finishes covering the main content of the training you will hear his take on participants questions answering:
Are nested loops and stacking realities the same?
Where does priming fit within nested loops?
If you can create a change for someone, are you responsible to do so?
Can nested loops be used in a sales presentation context?
Should one use nesting with international audience and is there any downside?
What Michael recommends if you want to track Richard Bandler and develop your tracking skills. Within this unique training, Michael shares the same strategy that Richard used when tracking Milton Erickson and Michael used when learning to track the nested communication used by Richard.
This strategy when applied will save you hundreds of hours of frustration trying to penetrate Richard or Michael’s nesting processes.
This training debunks many common myths, teaches you exactly what nested loops are, how the process works and gives you the tools and strategies to transform the kind of communicator you are.
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