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Beliefs

Generalisations we make about life, ourselves and others. We act as if these are true even if sometimes there is evidence to suggest otherwise.

Generative changes

Making changes that generalise to many contexts producing the ability to originate further new changes.

Identity

A self-image or self-concept. Who you consider yourself to be.

Model of the world

The ideas and concepts that someone has in their mind which they take to be true of the world. This is sometimes called their 'map of the world' leading to the phrase 'the map is not the territory'.

Modelling

The process of discerning the sequence of steps (ideas, thoughts, actions) which enable someone to achieve a task. This is how NLP started.

Outcome

A specific desired goal which is based on your senses. You know what you will see' hear and feel when you have realised the goal.

Pre-suppositions

Beliefs or ideas which are acted upon as if they are true.

Resources

Anything which helps you achieve your outcome. This might be the state you are in, the beliefs you hold to be true, possessions you own, techniques you have learnt - anything that helps.

Strategy

A repeatable sequence of thoughts and actions which consistently produce a certain outcome. Ever wonder how Tiger Woods gets it right more often than the rest of us?

Values

What you consider to be important. You tend to respect these things and as a result they drive your behaviour powerfully along with your beliefs.

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