NLP is based on many useful presuppositions that
support the attitude that change is imminent.
One of the most important is:
NLP is about what works, not what should work.
In other words,
if what you're doing isn't working,
try something else,
anything else, 
regardless of whether what you had been doing should have worked.

Flexibility is the key element in a given system.
The person who is most likely to do well within the system responds to changing (or unchanging) circumstances.
That's one reason NLP has made so much progress in an area where such is not the norm.
Innovators try out things with little regard as to its
"truth" or "reality,"
NLP is much more interested in results and giving people what they want from life
(sappy yes, but "true" nonetheless).

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