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"A wise old owl of a book, one to curl up with in an inglenook on a rainy day.... Alexander may be the closest thing home design has to a Zen master."-- The New York Times

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Language Patterns "It's Not What You Say ....." An article by Dan Elliott DipCH MEHA of Queensland Australia Language patterns, and the way we utilize our powers of ...

The words you speak are your language patterns. Upgrade these patterns of communication and change your life. Includes mind map visual reference poster.

Anthropologists, Edward Sapir and Benjamin Worff studied indigenous cultures in Papua New Guinea and Africa, to prove out their hypothesis, one way or another, that language does, indeed, create behavior.  In their research, some indigenous groups had limited number of names for colors and some only had lighter and darker.  They reasoned that if there was agreement in identifying colors regardless of labels that language would not be what caused behavior.  There was consistent agreement on focal colors, but not for shades.  Therefore the conclusion was that language does program our behavior, at least to a point.

The use of the word ‘yet’ makes a nice language pattern that can easily cause others to change or alter their belief.  When you hear a limiting belief like, “I can’t learn this,” you can simply turn the sentence around and say, “Oh, so you haven’t learned this,…yet!”  Put yourself in the position of the other person and imagine you have said the limiting statement. What do you imagine the affect is on the limiting belief, at least in that moment?”

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"A wise old owl of a book, one to curl up with in an inglenook on a rainy day.... Alexander may be the closest thing home design has to a Zen master."-- The New York Times

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"A wise old owl of a book, one to curl up with in an inglenook on a rainy day.... Alexander may be the closest thing home design has to a Zen master."-- The New York Times

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A pattern language is a method of describing good design practices or patterns of useful organization within a field of expertise. The term was coined by architect ...

Language Patterns "It's Not What You Say ....." An article by Dan Elliott DipCH MEHA of Queensland Australia Language patterns, and the way we utilize our powers of ...

The words you speak are your language patterns. Upgrade these patterns of communication and change your life. Includes mind map visual reference poster.

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"A wise old owl of a book, one to curl up with in an inglenook on a rainy day.... Alexander may be the closest thing home design has to a Zen master."-- The New York Times

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A pattern language is a method of describing good design practices or patterns of useful organization within a field of expertise. The term was coined by architect ...

Language Patterns "It's Not What You Say ....." An article by Dan Elliott DipCH MEHA of Queensland Australia Language patterns, and the way we utilize our powers of ...

The words you speak are your language patterns. Upgrade these patterns of communication and change your life. Includes mind map visual reference poster.

Anthropologists, Edward Sapir and Benjamin Worff studied indigenous cultures in Papua New Guinea and Africa, to prove out their hypothesis, one way or another, that language does, indeed, create behavior.  In their research, some indigenous groups had limited number of names for colors and some only had lighter and darker.  They reasoned that if there was agreement in identifying colors regardless of labels that language would not be what caused behavior.  There was consistent agreement on focal colors, but not for shades.  Therefore the conclusion was that language does program our behavior, at least to a point.

The use of the word ‘yet’ makes a nice language pattern that can easily cause others to change or alter their belief.  When you hear a limiting belief like, “I can’t learn this,” you can simply turn the sentence around and say, “Oh, so you haven’t learned this,…yet!”  Put yourself in the position of the other person and imagine you have said the limiting statement. What do you imagine the affect is on the limiting belief, at least in that moment?”

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Language patterns could be predicted by simple laws of physics, a new study has found. Dr James Burridge from the University of Portsmouth has published a theory using ideas from physics to predict where and how dialects occur.

He said: "If you want to know where you'll find dialects and why, a lot can be predicted from the physics of bubbles and our tendency to copy others around us.

"Copying causes large dialect regions where one way of speaking dominates. Where dialect regions meet, you get surface tension. Surface tension causes oil and water to separate out into layers, and also causes small bubbles in a bubble bath to merge into bigger ones.


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