“Useful lies” can give a fresh perspective on training issues
Wendy Jago, NLP Master Practitioner and coach, explains how Neurolinguistic Programming “presuppositions” can be helpful in developing more successful human-equine partnerships. According to Presupposition 3, effective individuals base their understanding of themselves and others on “useful lies” because these working assumptions tend to produce better results than judgemental or snap opinions. Wendy then goes on to explore the related Presupposition 4 in the “Blame game”.
HOW CAN lies be useful? Well, it’s not just because they are “positive” but because if this is our starting point we are much more . . .
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