NLP WORKSHOP for the TRAINING OF TRAINERS Neuro-Linguistic Programme 10th June2019-Linguistic Programming is a model about human behavior. It is not a theory because a theory must be proved. On the other hand a model merely has to be tested and if the model yields consistent results; it qualifies as a working model. Every model is based on pre-suppositions which are assumed to be true. The presuppositions for any given model are fine tuned till such time that the model yields consistent results. 1. Everyone lives in and operates from his/her own unique model of the world. 2. People always make the best choices available to them, given their unique model of the world and the situation. 3. There is a desirable solution/possible outcome to every problem. 4. Each person is equipped with everything he/she needs to solve his/her problems. 5. It is important to separate and distinguish a person from his/her behavior. When someone is learning something new, it is useful to evaluate the behaviors while holding constant a positive evaluation of self. 6. All behaviors that people exhibit are motivated by a positive intention or purpose.