Prime concerns is a cool process


Sun 22 Jan 2012
By finding out whether you are better and worse at either starting, changing or finishing you can then retrain the worse one using the simple linguistic tool of "Prime Concerns "

I built this online tool to simplify it ( but you have to do the process with a NLP practitioner to get the result)

This process is something you would learn at Robb Whitewood NLP course.

Here is the prime concerns online tool

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