How To Do Wonders With A Little Sensory Acuity

Sensory Acuity

If you’re not working on your sensory Acuity, you should be. Why? Because being more successful isn’t about being a superior person.

Being successful is about having superior skills in a particular area. And that takes awareness of details. When you have heightened sensory acuity enabling you to notice those details, that is what will make you unique, and that’s real success.

What Is Sensory Acuity?

So, to start, are you familiar with the term sensory acuity?

It’s a term that’s used a lot in NLP, but it’s not a process that people use effectively or even enough. And for that reason, I want you to understand what sensory awareness is, how easy it is to use, and how beneficial it can be to the user.

Because if you can use any one of your five senses more effectively, then you can become better at just about anything you do. Often it only takes having more sensory acuity in one area to stand out and become successful.

Now, one of the major 5 senses is visual, but your visual senses are being bombarded continuously through modern media such as TV, computers, mobile phones, signs, and, well … everything visual.

Everyone is trying to get your attention by being more outstanding in a visual way. Even the covers of books are becoming louder to grab your attention, have you noticed?

But it will be your ability to cut through the visual clutter and notice the few things that are important to you in your field of knowledge.

How You Can Benefit From Sensory Acuity

Let me give you an example. Many years ago, when I first discovered the power of sensory acuity, I was selling real estate in Halifax Nova Scotia.

Now, if you’ve ever viewed a house with a real estate agent, they typically take you through the door and start telling you things about the house, like, this is the hallway, this is the kitchen.

Well, I didn’t do that. For one, I figured the person viewing the house knew a hallway or kitchen when they saw one. But the most important reason I didn’t do that was that I wanted to use my sensory acuity to be unique and to become more successful. To do that I had to be more aware of my customers.

So, when I took my customers to see a house, I immediately entered the house first, then turned toward my customers, and using basic sensory acuity, noticed the look on their faces.

No Failure With Sensory Acuity

And it never failed me. That first impression, good, bad, or indifferent, was always etched on their face too obvious to ignore.

And from the first visual clue, I connected more accurately to what they were feeling, and that allowed me to get closer on a personal basis, and eventually help them find the perfect home for them.

Emotions always show themselves; sensory acuity is your magnifying glass making you aware of them. So if you want to be more successful, learn to be better at using your sensory acuity.

And because we are the experts teaching sensory acuity and so much more, that means you can  become an expert at sensory acuity through our  NLP Training Online

 

 

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Bob Clarke
 

Hi I’m Bob Clarke, writer of most of these blog posts. I’m also the Co-Creator, with my wife Ronda, of the Most Comprehensive NLP Training and Coaching Program Online. Our purpose is to bring NLP to you, saving you time, travel and money.

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