When I decided to create a training program on the Meta Model, I examined what most NLP students complained about when it came it to putting it into action — then set out to correct the training errors that gave rise to those issues.
These issues are caused by flaws in training. I designed training that overcame each of these flaws. This has made the Meta Model accessible to any NLP Practitioner and helps them put it into practice confidently. Dozens of students have already gone through Meta Model Mastery. It helped them finally put the Meta Model in action. It works.
Five issues resolved
Meta Model Mastery helps NLP Practitioners correct the five core issues they face when attempting to use the Meta Model in their everyday life or in their work.
Uncertainty about when to use it
Traditional NLP training leaves students with the impression that they should use the Meta Model only when they are coaching or counseling someone.
Meta Model Mastery offers distinct examples with commentary, offering many different scenarios and how to approach them creatively using the Meta Model.
Feeling mechanical and unnatural
Traditional NLP training makes you sound like an FBI interrogator when you use the Meta Model.
Meta Model Mastery teaches you the combinations of language and attitude that make it sound completely natural.
Forgetting question categories
Traditional NLP training chunks the Meta Model into 27 patterns. They're impossible to remember.
Meta Model Mastery rechunks the Meta Model into only 5 intuitive questions.
Disrupting the flow of conversation
Traditional NLP training teaches you to "challenge" the person you're speaking with.
Meta Model Mastery helps weave the Meta Model into the natural rhythm of any conversation with finesse in a way that enhances the conversation.
Over-analyzing the person's speech
This is due to traditional NLP training teaching Meta Model "violations" to look out for.
Meta Model Mastery shifts the guiding paradigm of the Meta Model so the Practitioner truly interacts with others rather than analyzing what they are saying.