“Thank you.” , “No problem”

“Dear Mr. Lederer: What’s happened to our society? I think that when someone says, “Thank you,” the proper response should be “You’re welcome,” But all too often we hear “No problem.” I have a problem with “No problem.” Do you?”

As this  article  http://www.jewishworldreview.com/richard/lederer082814.php3  points out, a response to “Thank you.” with “No problem” is possibly bad form for rapport. To further muddy the actual communication, “No problem.” said in certain ways, with certain tonality and vocal inflection will actually be processed by the listener as: THIS IS A PROBLEM. STOP, BEWARE, FEEL AS IF IT’S A PROBLEM.  That’s right,  and while the listener can intellectually and consciously comprehend the meaning, unfortunately, the more powerful driver, that unconscious processing, may very well drive behavior counter to the desired outcome .

Do you think that might that be a problem with TEACHERS AND STUDENTS, SELLERS AND BUYERS, PHYSICIANS AND PATIENTS, CLERGY AND CONGREGANTS, PARENTS AND CHILDREN, EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES, FRIENDS AND FRIENDS, etc?  YOU betcha! That “no problem” can potentially be a very big problem and massive MIScomunication.

Learning NLP will clear this up and a lot more, and give you what you want to know regarding the secrets of  unconscious driven behaviors.

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