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Gavin Gough - Q&A

It isn't yet. I retire in December this year and I'm going to carry on doing this. For one thing, it's given me another lease of life. It's just opened my world and I've found additional doors inside my mind. When I talk to a driver I say, 'All I do is open doors in your mind and let you see what's inside.' The same is when we're changing technique and I'm working with a driver. I'll ask him if he's got a problem with a corner. I'll take him through the intervention we use for changing technique and let him find the answers. One of the interesting things about human beings is we do not like being told what to do. So in NLP and hypnosis, we work with suggestion. If the individual produces the answer himself, then it's his answer, it's not mine. What I do is open the doors for him to find the answers and that works.


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by Simon Stiel



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