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Since no one listens, why ask for anything? Robert Dilts assists a young man who holds this belief to adopt a healthier mindset. Using the “TOTE” process, Dilts facilitates the belief change and shows how to test whether the change is complete. Connirae Andreas introduces this demonstration and concludes with a follow-up interview.
The T.O.T.E. Utilization Process
A central organizing concept of NLP is the T.O.T.E., which is an acronym for Test, Operate, Test, Exit. In this demonstration, Robert Dilts shows how the T.O.T.E. concept can be actualized in behavior and experience to produce desired personal change.
Ever feel like you’re stuck in an endless cycle of ineffective behavior? The T.O.T.E. Utilization Process is a powerful tool that can help you break free from that cycle and start achieving your goals. This program will show you how to use the T.O.T.E. to achieve the changes you want in your life.
In short, In NLP the T.O.T.E. is considered the primary structure for creating effective behavior. One of the most basic uses is to elicit the three elements of the T.O.T.E. loop for both an effective and an ineffective behavior, and then contrast them for the differences.
Then, simply return to the ineffective situation and either 1) replace the elements of the ineffective T.O.T.E. with the corresponding elements of the effective T.O.T.E. or 2) add the elements of the effective T.O.T.E. to those of the ineffective T.O.T.E.
Once you’ve learned this process, you’ll be able to apply it to any area of your life where you want change – from your personal relationships to your professional career. You can even use it to improve your physical health and well-being!
So get this program now and start using the T.O.T.E for great changes in your life!
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Author: Robert Dilts
Length: 41 Minutes