NLP Advanced Language Patterns Mastery Day 19: Presuppositional Forms: Change-of-State Verbs

Today, when someone presents a simple outcome or limitation, use the following presuppositional form to presuppose the outcome or to change the limitation into a resource.

Presuppositional Forms: Change-of-State Verbs – Today, when someone presents a simple outcome or limitation (using few enough words that it can be presupposed in a longer sentence. Ex. “being confident” or “making more money”), use the following presuppositional form to presuppose the outcome or to change the limitation into a resource.

Change-of-State Verbs and Adverbs: change, transform, turn into, become, etc.

“It would be quite a transformation if you changed into a person who isn’t confident!”

“I don’t think you’d suddenly become a person who couldn’t make more money.”