In this video I am going to show you how to work with Meta Programs. The easiest way to learn about Meta Programs is to study them in relationship to personality types. We start by exploring two dimensions from the Myers Briggs. This fits in well with NLP.
On the vertical axis we have intuition versus sensing.
On the horizontal axis we have introversion versus extroversion.
We get a cross and then we draw a square.
Using Roger Hamilton’s Wealth Dynamics Profile we get eight personality types. The Creator, Mechanic, Lord, Accumulator, Trader, Deal Maker, Supporter and the Star.
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So moving around the square, for example, we find that an introverted creator creates the first motor vehicle; the mechanic improves upon it; the lord buys a fleet of vehicles and rents them out; the accumulator invests money in the motor vehicle manufacturer; the introverted trader might trade in shares or might deliver some form of service; the extroverted trader might sell cars; the deal maker connects people and businesses together in the transport industry; the supporter manages the corporate team, while the star is out on stage promoting the business.
So are all Creators the same? Are all Mechanics the same? Of course not. There are differences within each of the Wealth Dynamics personality types. Significant differences that can make a huge difference to how the person thinks, and how they perform. You need to understand these distinctions if you want to tap into your genius and we do that with NLP Meta Programs.
Meta Programs are perceptual filters that generally operate out of conscious awareness. They filter perception and determine your preferences in how you think, feel and act.
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