Acuity is the new anthology of shared findings and learnings published by the ANLP and it is designed to sit between Rapport magazine and the Current Research in NLP journal. It is a forum where the field can be enhanced and advanced; it is a place where pioneers can share ideas and like minds can discover developing dimensions around the NLP world.
In order to create a quality journal, Acuity is peer reviewed by a panel including: Steve Andreas, Richard Bolstad, Robert Dilts, L. Michael Hall, James Lawley, John Seymour, Robert Smith and Lisa Wake.
Volume One includes:
- NLP Patterns and Principles by Richard Gray
- “If only God would give us a sign”: The Role of Meta-Comments by Penny Tompkins & James Lawley
- The Role of Moods in NLP by Joe Cheal
- The Four Pillars and Coaching by Angus McLeod
- 7+2 Keys To Becoming A World-Class Coach by L. Michael Hall
- The “How” Behind “The Secret” by Richard Bolstad
Volume Two includes:
- Affirmations or Questions - Richard Bolstad
- Pseudo-orientations - Richard Gray
- Joining Up The Work of David Grove - James Lawley
- Space, Time & Certainty - Lucas Derks
- Benchmarking as NLP Excellence - L . Michael Hall
- Landscape of Experience - Joe Cheal
- Questions about Meta-Programs - Susie Linder-Pelz
- Creative Practice Pedagogy - Blane Savage
- Anchoring & Classical Conditioning - Richard Gray
- Blind Spots - L Michael Hall
- Dimensions of Sanity - Lucas Derks
- Natural Navigation - Joe Abrams
- What is the Opposite of Meta? - Joe Cheal
So are you ready to help enhance and advance the field of NLP?
Obviously, without contributors a journal is an empty experience. The aim of Acuity is to promote stimulating developments in NLP: new models, techniques, applications, refinements and new perspectives to old themes. We would like to help you share your discoveries with the rest of the NLP community and so we are looking for original, well written and well referenced contributions for publication in the journal.
If you have any enquiries or have written an NLP related article that you would like published in Acuity, please email the editor, Joe Cheal.