Author: Mihai Alin, ANGHEL
Neurolinguistic Programming is a roughly new science that can understand consumer behavior from a different perspective so that the researcher can follow a different path when presenting new information. When two people are communicating, the message is either presented well or correctly understood, but this happens naturally only if the two participants in the conversation are compatible. When this link between the two people doesn’t exist, there is a communication gap that NLP can help fill. Within this research, a new concept called representation system will be investigated to determine if people can have specific communicational patterns and how they can be identified. It is clear that with a new perspective on how people can communicate more efficiently, then a huge gap in perceiving information can disappear.