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Maximum Flexibility = Maximum Success

It’s simple.  The more flexible your approach, the more willing you are to adapt or flex your behavior and communication to attempt every route possible, then the more chance you have of achieving success and reaching your goal.   

One of the Presuppositions of NLP is The Law of Requisite VARIETY:  the person with the most flexibility of behaviour will control the situation. 

Sounds good, right?

If there’s anything you’re not willing to do, then be warned, you will limit the results you can achieve and your own possibility of success.

How flexible are these folks in the video when trying to deal with their escalator challenges?  Enjoy!

How can you be more flexible in the way you behave and communicate to maximise your possibility of success?

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6 responses to “Maximum Flexibility = Maximum Success

  1. Hi Jacqui, couldn’t seem to play the video…

  2. Thanks Jacqui…up and running on your post now too. Great video! Hope all’s well with you.

  3. Pingback: You Cannot Not Communicate: Five Key Principles of Communication | NLP THIRTEEN

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