What if Teachers knew NLP

What if Teachers knew NLP
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

October 28th 2020


Lisa McNulty

In his book Thinking on Purpose: a 15-day plan to a smarter life, Richard Bandler discusses the difference between thinking and remembering. I was struck by how simple yet profound the difference is between the two. As a mathematics teacher in the UK for 20 years and also a trainer of NLP, I have written many articles linking teaching with the Prime Directives of the Unconscious Mind. In a post aimed at teachers I posed the question “What is the difference between thoughts we are THINKING and thoughts we are REMEMBERING?” and introduced three of the Prime Directives of the Unconscious Mind:...


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