Winner of the best selling NLP book of the year, The New TNR Grand Strategy by Nick Carr is designed to help you become more influential, creative and successful in all aspects of your life. What are the key steps involved? It starts with awareness. You need to be aware of what’s going on in your world around you. If you want to win people over, you need to have a more positive approach to getting people to see the positive side of you rather than the negative. How does The New TNR Grand Strategy achieve this?
First, it introduces you to the core concepts of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). In this framework, NLP identifies distinct patterns of thought and behaviour that emerge from our experience and which then lead us to predetermined outcomes đất nền tnr grand long khánh. In the case of winning people over with NLP, the key ingredients are identifying the desired outcomes and working actively to achieve them using these patterns of thought and behaviour. The book then goes on to describe the three core NLP skills which are relevant for NLP.
The core concept of the book is that one can use the power of “The Power of Now” to become a much more effective person. One can improve their health, careers and relationships. The second step of The New TNR Grand Strategy is to learn about and utilise the various ways in which you can utilise the techniques of NLP. For example, by taking up Yoga, you can develop the strength of your midsection and improve your flexibility. By training yourself with “The Law of Attraction”, you can attract more positivity into your life. There are numerous applications of NLP and each chapter of the book describes a different application that you can try in your own life.
Thirdly, this book talks about the relationship between NLP and colour. In particular, it speaks about how red relates to abundance, green to harmony and blue to creativity. These associations are not based on any scientific knowledge, but the authors explain that all things are linked together in some way through colour. They explain that we all use colour in our lives in the same way, whether we consciously recognise it or not. Once you understand the significance of colour to our being then you will be able to use the colours to your advantage when applying NLP to yourself.
The book talks about how colour can affect us both physically and mentally. It gives examples such as how seeing a red truck might put you into a defensive mode as a driver, to see green can result in you becoming more outgoing and positive. It also discusses how the colour blue can cause a calmness, tranquility and serenity to your life, whilst yellow is said to make you more active and quick to anger. The New T NR Grand Strategy by Robert McKenzie discusses colour in relation to the NLP term “Culture”, where the colour blue is associated with truth and order, whilst the colour green is associated with creativity and harmony.
Another aspect that this book talks about is the NLP term “Content”. This term is used to describe the information that we are aware of, but often forget. It is described as the mental pictures and experiences that we hold in our minds at various times throughout the day, week and month. It is this sort of information that is the key to success in NLP. As we become aware of what is happening in our lives, it becomes easier to focus on the things that need to be changed, rather than on the problems. For instance, the colour green has been associated with healing, peace and wisdom, so if you think about green, you might be thinking about your health, the state of your mind and the way you feel emotionally.
As well as the colours associated with each term (which in itself can be interesting), the photographs that accompany each term show a unique aspect of the subject matter. The NLP term “Content” includes photos from various situations, and each photo relates to one of the core aspects of the subject (health, peace, wisdom or happiness). For example, one of the photos shows a man dressed up as a character from a children’s cartoon, which is based on the same concept that the NLP term “Ideal” is based on. Another shows a group of children sitting in a circle, and each child pretends to be the parent of that child in a conversation with a group of adults (parents, siblings and friends). The content is then shared between those children, and the content of each child’s conversation is compared to the parent’s conversational example to identify how similar or different the conversations really are.
In addition to providing visual examples of conversations, the book also provides a number of practice exercises for NLP clients. These include questions on how to recognise negative thoughts, how to use “I” phrases more effectively, and how to redirect the conversation. The book also briefly covers body language usage, relaxation methods, how one might use “I” to build confidence. In addition, it provides a number of glossary terms and a thorough grammar primer.