January 2005

  • Transcript: NLP 9. Jan 18 2005

    Thom's online class in NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming).

    Week 9: We are all made up of multiple persons. Each part of us brings the resources along with it that it has the best access to. There are many parts that we all have in common. If you identify the part that you are speaking to and you identify the message that you're delivering and make them congruent then your message will have much more impact.

  • Transcript: NLP 8. Jan 11 2005

    Thom's online class in NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming).

    Week 8: Embedding ideas or information into people's unconscious. Conscious mind has filter, knows context - unconscious doesn't (e.g. "I, like you..."). Arc of competence (conscious & unconscious). Stories framed in second person ("I told him, 'you...'"). Embedding pictures. Future and the previous pacing (e.g. people wondering about cigars). Double negatives. 'Know' can be interpreted like 'no'. Strong active verbs.

  • Original Wisdom: Stories of an Ancient Way of Knowing

    Book by robert wolff

    Review by Thom Hartmann, originally published at buzzflash.com on January 6, 2005.

  • Transcript: NLP 7. Jan 05 2005

    Thom's online class in NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming).

    Week 7: Framing. Anchoring. How we store information in the brain. Submodalities. Changing the meaning of events in the mind.

Organized Money Is Dangerous To Democracy

The question that is constantly being asked, particularly on the talking heads on television, is "what do the Democrats have to do to regain political power?" What does it take?