The NLP Outcome Frame – Question 2: Proving Your Reasoning

Hey there, hero!

We talked in a recent video about the NLP outcome frame, a way of looking at getting unstuck.

The first question to ask yourself is “what do I want?”

The second question can be even more revealing and useful.

Hope this helps!



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  1. I learned a version of this when I was involved in community meetings. I had to make presentations to the public and expected many of them to be in disagreement with the development I was working on. I was told to ask: “Why do you want that?” or “Why don’t you want that?” as a response. Then I was to ask follow up versions of the same question. Typically the answer in the end was “I want to be happy.” or “I want my family to be happy.” You suggested something like this as the subconscious reasons we have as well. It’s all about what we think will make us happy. 🙂