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Piano Players, Stonecutters and NLP Coaches

Yesterday, I missed a step. Didn’t send you your daily dose of NLP.

I started putting the finishing touches on the Straight Line Results System at 6:30 in the morning and wasn’t done until 3 in the afternoon.

And even then, there was still a little glitch in the payment processing. Fortunately, I got messages from interested clients and was able to get it fixed by early evening.

This just goes to show you the importance of being detached from plans.

No matter how much you plan, the unforeseen can still get you off your game.

What matters is two things:

1. Knowing how to manage your state, and
2. Getting back to the next step in the Straight Line.

Just as craftsmen start grinding out useless, parasitic steps in their work processes, I’m starting to notice that all of my coaching revolves around two or three fundamental approaches.

When handled correctly, these fundamentals produce 96% of all the results.

That’s when the craft becomes art.

Once you know the fundamentals so deeply, you’re able to play with the process.

And then, magic happens – in any craft.

You’ll see it in piano players. You’ll see it in painters. You’ll see it in stonecutters.

Once they reach a certain level, there’s an effortless grace to their work.

Prodigy. Virtuoso.

It’s a beauty to behold.

That’s how you see Tony perform in his interventions. He can take them any which way because he understands perfectly the phenomena unfolding before his eyes.

That level of mastery only comes from extensive experience. Doing it over and over and over until you’re performing at a near unconscious level.

So it’s cool to experience the craft of NLP coaching chiseling itself as you work with more and more people.

Better still, to be able to apply these new distinctions to yourself.

That way, when you fall off the bandwagon, you get back to your game quickly.

Plan, just to make sure you understand what you’re doing. But forget that plan as soon as you finish it. Life won’t allow you to follow it.

Even better than planning, get yourself a Straight Line for anything you want to accomplish.

Get it at launch price:

http://StraightLineResultsSystem.com/live