Clean Language: Powering Up By Slimming Down

Clean Language can make expert communicators even better at what they do: it offers an upgrade to however you’re currently communicating. My friend and colleague James Tripp recently likened Clean Language to the Chinese martial art Bagua Zhang. Apparently the founder of that art taught its central piece, called “circle walking”, only to people who…

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Clean Language: Hypnosis Without Trance?

My good friend James Tripp is riding high at the moment: his latest Hypnosis Without Trance product sold out in minutes! I knew James included lots of Clean Language ideas in his work. But I hadn’t spotted the references to “trance without induction” in David Grove’s only published book¬†until I re-read on a flight it…

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