In this issue, we explore how the model of Adaptive Intelligencies melds with concepts and techniques of NLP, and how both models enrich each other when used in combination. We took a number of well-known NLP concepts and structured our conversation around those – how they can be used, or how they are enhanced by, […]
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Category: Adaptive Intelligences Series
We are continuing to go in-depth into each of the levels of Adaptive Intelligencies. In this podcast, we cover the remaining 3 levels: Orange, Green and Yellow.
In this podcast, we discuss in depth the first four levels of adaptive intelligencies, the model of Clare Graves that he called bio-psycho-social systems of human development. Here we bring multiple dimensions such as the concepts of time (ref. Edward T. Hall), learning strategies, body dynamics, mythology, NLP metaprograms, language, architecture, and others, and see […]
WE BELIEVE RCG IS THE FIRST TO BRING OUT A PODCAST SERIES (AND FREE AT THAT) ON THE WORK OF DR. CLARE GRAVES. ENJOY AND MORE IMPORTANTLY STUDY DR. GRAVES WORK IN DETAIL – IT JUST MIGHT CHANGE THE WAY YOU SEE THE WORLD.
A meme (pronounced [mi:m] in IPA), as defined within memetic theory, comprises a theoretical unit of cultural information, the building block of cultural evolution or diffusion that propagates from one mind to another analogously to the way in which a gene propagates from one organism to another as a unit of genetic information and of […]