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In Neuro-linguistic programming, a strategy is a mental sequence used to achieve a goal. Strategies are usually described in a sequence of sensory-specific terms of the representational systems and submodalities employed. They may include alternatives, fall-back strategies, and the like.

Representational systems and submodalitiesEdit

Main articles: Representational systems (NLP), Submodalities (NLP)


Steps in a strategy might include listening to a person, asking oneself a question, imagining something, undertaking transderivational search internally, checking how one feels, and the like.



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