The last article about pattern interrupts provoked some questions. So much so I thought I would explain the structure of the technique and explain why it worked in a few cases and not all of them. In case you missed it, you can see the previous article on Pattern Interrupts here:
One of the things I find limiting about much of the mainstream NLP Community is the lack of imagination and the tendency to limit NLP to confine NLP applications to just therapy. NLP is much more than that and this article is about how some people are breaking those boundaries.
This article deconstructs a political speech from Tony Blair in parliament. There are some very powerful language patterns throughout the speech that are easy to transplant to other situations and contexts. This article is the first of two showing you how to model persuasion patterns and move them to another context.