I have a video for you today. In it we discuss the nature of rapport (lots of people get this disastrously wrong), interrupting patterns of thought, using social status and group values in an organisational setting.
There is much hype and BS delivered around rapport. Josh, a long term APP graduate has noticed that I have trained several seemingly different processes for rapport and has questioned me about it.
If you have been on this list for any length of time you have heard me speak about unconscious hellos before. Today you have the opportunity to catch a video from a true master persuader giving you the precise process so you can master this skill easily.
This article is about why rapport can be a bad thing and why you don’t always want to build it with your subject, client or prospect.
In this article I will link you to specific rapport techniques that you can use. But first I’ve had a few responses to my two earlier articles this week.
In yesterday’s post we looked at a couple of things that would stop you developing good rapport skills. Today we will look at a way of developing rapport that is calculated to give you minimum results for a huge amount of effort but is still taught as commonplace amongst the NLP community.
There is a lot of woolly minded thinking about rapport so over a few short posts let us discuss some practical ideas.
I have had a few emails about applying accelerated learning. This article is about one of my generally approaches to accelerated learning and specifically how I approached John Vincent’s Rapport Mastery Programme to get the best from it.