The meaning of your communication is the response you get

Greg Elsey

One of the fundamental principles in NLP is that "the meaning of your communication is the response you get." This means that the effectiveness of your communication is not determined by what you intended to convey, but by how the recipient actually receives and interprets your message.

When you don't get the response you desire, it's essential to adjust your communication style. Different people process and understand information differently, so you must adapt your communication to ensure that the recipient understands what you're trying to convey.

It's often said that repeating the same action and expecting a different result is a sign of insanity. Similarly, persisting with the same communication approach despite failing to achieve your desired outcome can be equally unproductive. As the communicator, you have the power to modify your communication approach to elicit the response you want.

By embracing this NLP presupposition, you can improve your communication skills and enhance your personal and professional relationships. Being mindful of how others receive your messages and adapting your approach accordingly can help you foster more meaningful and effective connections with others, leading to greater success and satisfaction in all aspects of your life.

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