Anchoring is essentially an alternative term for classical conditioning, which is specific to the field of neuro-linguistic programming. Anchors are created when a link is formed between an emotional state and the stimulus responsible for triggering it. The link being referred to as an anchor. Every time the stimulus occurs, the same emotional response is triggered. The theory behind NLP being that by gaining a better understanding of the use of anchor, we can better-control our emotional responses. And in doing so, achieve so much more in our personal and professional lives alike.
Explore one of the most fascinating neuro-linguistic programming sub-topics with this exclusive tutorial. Study the use of anchor in NLP, including chaining anchors, collapsing anchors, resource anchors and more. Learn about the process and value of creating a desired state, how to 'zoom in' or 'zoom out' of a problem using NLP information chunking and more..
No prior knowledge is required to take this unit.
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