35 Burst results for "NLP"
Solving Problems in English Vs Russian - Daniel Kornev Chief Product Officer at DeepPavlov - Voicebot Podcast Ep 227 - burst 07
"De pablo is not just for russian. It's language agnostic. correct. Yeah i'm not a doctor language agnostic. I mean we have some alternate will dirt in the system bobby multi folkston english-language russian vicious funny socks the today we have allegations in russian and like man polish it out vapors thankfully on human. Ob new rapes and countenances restaurants. And it's not like you like language. It's more like be working on very complicated tasks they working. can comprehend human language and of course that for english language. I is already enormous obstacle. And do you think it's harder to do it for russian or is it really just. It's a smaller market. And the activity right now is in english. It's a good question Lots of great folks who enjoy building can be systems and aleksey russian language. I mean i voted for Nozoe smart folks. They enjoyed the process. It's just when you were on her on one local later laka language which has relatively Small odense Rush i think is the second biggest long beach internet as far as i remember i might be wrong about this about the russian made is of second band is about something like that but the thing is when he focused on english language. You focused on so many problems. For so many countries you can address such allies markets. And you have. Such launched number of data sets in still sees a day not enough to solve the problem so focusing russian-language is definitely much more complicated. Of course like maybe some company as good by denault dive into russian Find something useful. They are but we know that you kind of go to dialects in the books and things of zale is a good basis for dallas. But that's not how people talk. So how shit so one of the things that we think
The Alexa Prize Story - Professor Jan Sedivy on Winning the Alexa Prize SocialBot Challenge and 40 Years in Voice Tech - Voicebot Podcast Ep 225 - burst 05
"I start date group and there were many students who got through Applause am giving the who worked with me. Owner fees asuncion Step by step We have been following the progress in the industry and i was You know get inca people who are more and more interested than who are willing to cooperate and in some i would say like plenty fourteen. He decided to do question answering. So he did the Different knowledge database as son view slowly but surely giving questions like typing questions Did voice until Land the very basics of or the students learn the very basic so unhappy like do data extraction duties on the And then sunday in twenty sixteen. All's own came up with this competition and the competition or the main task of the competition was to create a social boat. Which would engaging louis and also entertainingly talking to users so and the target or the goal of those to talk as long as possible to survey difficult to convert into functional end to any a system function so it was something which is a entertainment as well as mathematics and many many different algorithms in it and a deadline We once of the road is meant a muslim put on there but they just resold so we should try and the weaver very pessimistically plus weaver. starting beautiful He can do these universities. We are admiring from here that they have a much better team. Sunday would be those who would lead. But the thought okay. Let's give it a try so we put together a proposal and the we mainly based on our work in the question onset. Inca believe me or not. We made between the top twelfth. Who was elected as these semi-finalists that time and is brought us like two fifty For students and This money this was something fantastic because this monday helped me to keep the key people on board and no students receive money therefore four day fully concentrated on the problems. We were interested in which was the social. We stopped the to put it together. In a very practical by firestone stopped with trying cody allies debts time grew and neural networks and after a few attempts we thought. Okay that is. This does not work. It's very difficult. And we opt for very simple based system and started to grow a simple system and it worked it did something is and people were able to talk to it so we went on indie competition. The uber very surprised that we were doing very out. We saw on the leaderboard by Even two or the competing sites and we've had been we have been leading so we continued. We ended up in the final on the second sports which was unbelievable. Fantastic success v about twice in seattle Received the mind price in In las vegas so unbelievably nobody for a while. I was in las vegas but none of the students was ever in las vegas. Which is again something you cannot note. See anywhere else. Except in las dos.
How Canary Speech Differs From Traditional Word-Based Models
"Our technology compared compared to historic approach. Historically, it began with the evaluation of word based things, classic example of the British novelist Agatha Christie and her plight through Alzheimer's, it's nice if you have 40 years of data to do analysis on, but it's not a practical way of approaching this. And word based analysis is difficult to control for education level, use of words, multiple languages across nations, not the withstanding various use of language throughout a single nation alone. So it's, while ASR is a nice, solid stable dataset, it's not a very useful dataset for doing analysis on things like anxiety stress depression. It's roughly practical for Alzheimer's, but even there it's very difficult to control. Canary speeches approach was to use a primary data layer, which is in fact used for ASR and NLP. But we use the primary data layer nearly exclusively. And from those features and biomarkers, we construct and train models, algorithms, which are independent, both language and other elements. Fundamentally how the central nervous system dries the creation of speech. And that allows us then to use a very rich set of data in a minute, hundreds of thousands of data points are. Used. We extract features in real time compare that to previous models and model sets that we have used. And today we're doing that in a. Newly launched system that utilizes the highest level of security available. We recently completed an external audit for penetration, vulnerability cysts and are finishing up soc two type one in the next
Codex, OpenAIs Automated Code Generation API With Greg Brockman
"Why don't you reintroduce yourself to our audience and tell them how you came to work in the field of ai. Everyone i'm greg sam said and i one of the co founders of opening i for me i've read the alan turing nine hundred fifty paper computing machinery and intelligence paper back. Before i knew how to code. And i remember reading it you know. They thought the turing test. But then it says look. You're never going to be able to program a solution to this test. The only way to do it. Is you have to have a learning machine. And he doesn't quite some detail you know he says look like to have a little machine. That sounds like a child. Machine that you give rewards. When does good things punishment. What does bad things and from there. You can hope to build up a solution to this really visionary stuff honestly and for me. I was captivated by the idea that you could build. A machine could understand problems that you yourself could not and i just saw being able to build machines that could themselves help you solve problems outside of your reach. Be the thing. I wanted to do. So i went to professor and like hey do some some. Nlp research with you. And he's a great up. Here's these like parse trees and things like that and sadly it didn't look that was gonna gonna quite get you there so i got distracted by programming languages which i think kind of captures the same idea. Right of like if you can build a compiler can kind of understand this program can really amplify what a what a human can do and then start ups in. It was really twenty fifteen that i first encountered deep learning and for i was watching hacker news every day and it felt like there was a new deep learning for this deep learning for that but i didn't know what deep learning was was. Actually surprisingly difficult is google around and learn what deep learning actually meant
Ishan Misra on Self-Supervised Deep Learning
"What is self supervised learning and may be even give the the bigger basics of what is supervised and semi supervised learning and may be wise self supervised learning a better term than unsupervised supervising. Let's start with supervised learning so typically for machine learning systems. The they're trained. Is you get a bunch of humans. The humans point out particular concept. So if it's in the case of images you weren't the humans to come and tell you what is the president and the image dropbox on them draw. Mosques reflecting pixels vision of particular categories not for. Nlp again there are lots of these particular tasks say about sentiment analysis about endangerment and so on so typically for supervised learning we get a big corpus of such annotated or label data and then we feed that system and the system is really trying to mimic. So it's taking this input of data and then trying to mimic the output. So it looks at an image and humanist dog that this image contains a banana and now the system is basically trying to mimic that. That's it's learning signal and so for supervised learning. We tried to gather lots of data and we train these machine learning models to imitate the input-output and the hope is basically by doing so. Now an unseen or like new kinds of data this mortar can automatically to predict these concepts. So this is a standard of supervise setting for semi supervised setting. The idea. typically is that you have of course all of the supervise data but you have lots of other data which is unsupervised which is like not labeled now the problem basically to learning and by you actually have all of these alternate sort of learning paradigm supervised building. This just does not skill so if you look at for computer vision. The largest one of the most popular data sets his image it right so the entire data set has about two thousand concepts
Interview With Sudhanshu Sawlani of ING
"Show sudan shoe. Kick things off speaking today about applying artificial intelligence in an enterprise environment. You're one of those rare folks. That's actually been charged with deploying a in enlarging existing enterprise before we get into too many specifics. I'd love to get a sense from you as to what was the initial problem. Starting point where. Ai was even on the table. Why was it even something worth considering. What were you wrestling with. At the time when the challenge was is engaging activities that were performed by customer teams of customer. Lloyd thinks we call them and then these are the teams supporting the banking clients. Day in day out whenever the greatest questions and concerns about different types of it'd be over them would actually plans. We have to look lose. Some administrative dos expertise. That was the biggest problem and nobody should spend the time on these activities. They should really focus on more customer centric activities. And that's what we started with as a problem to really get rid of those disengaging administrative board and from what has support. He's so they could rather focus on activities that would matter the most clients got it. Got it okay. Cool and just to. I'm sensitive that you know. We'll get into as much detail as you're able to hear but this is already kind of painting a bit of a picture you know we've got some folks that are supporting your customers. They really should be spending their time focusing on the customer's problems. But what you're saying. Is that a lot of their interactions with customers are burdened with administrative tasks. I mean i'll throw out some representative examples. You can tell me if i'm on the right page. If you have any more specificity candidate would. I imagine my mind is okay. This customer wants to buy something or this customers asking about product or this customer wants to change a product or plan. In order for us to do that we've got a maybe search through some big byzantine system where we gotta put him on. Hold for fifteen minutes or maybe we have to submit a bunch of paperwork or submit a bunch of forms and then wait two days and then called them back. Because that's just how the process coach. So is it something like this but also even before that just to just to dive into it. Be focusing on emails or this us right so here. We're talking about the problem of receiving lots of emails in in support p mailboxes. Everyday and and be mindful of these support. Teams are not not exactly always the one holding the program prevent they want without him of course but they always have dependencies in that bank open support who held the Had them out so the first thing that starts when we receive an email from appliances registered this evening into a ticket and then assigned the Respective department
SyncFloor Utilizes NLP for Music Discovery
"As you step out on the balcony and you look across what you've built. What are you most proud of. I'm definitely really proud of the work we did to do. It was a deep problem and one that at the very beginning. We didn't know how it would work and it's worked well enough and is is differentiated enough in the industry that we can look at that and say wow. That's something really cool. We did it and moved the bar four for discovery for using and more importantly when we can do is take that engine and layer on sort of new and interesting metaphors for discovery that are very visual new. And we're interesting forms of discovery. That are very innovative and interactive. And that's a really cool thing because every day we kinda come and say wow well what if we could do this new thing off and so i'm really proud of that. You know some of what what. I'm really proud of is not just the sort of specific technical implementation but the fact that by choosing to to build a system that we built it where enabling ecosystem to come together and be represented in a new and interesting that independent music ecosystem. And that's something to be super pro. Because i think that ecosystem has not gotten the attention that it deserves for the kind of beautiful music it creeds and so so that's that's something that i feel.
"They wanted the voice to be as realistic as possible." - Orchid Bertelsen Head of Digital at Nestle Talks Virtual Humans and Alexa Projects - Voicebot Podcast Ep 217 - burst 12
"We didn't know if we wanted to go full digital. He'll en route or an avatar leg. Almost twenty twenty version of the x are like on an animated character and think meantime when it comes to urging tag a lot of people have their own opinions on it a lot of union a lot of meetings almost every single meeting with leadership getting up to the point. They're like ra creepy. We want it to be creepy right. And when they see creepy rinsing uncanny valley without realizing which is when you're interacting with a being pay or avatar agent of. It's real or not and we can certainly talk about on the coffee test turing test or whatever we totally but for us we are able. Let's let's test it right leads to a very quick test and let's see if there is a difference between how consumers react to a pixar like animated character versus a digital humid and what we found through. That research was that there was actually very minimal. Difference on how consumers reacted to the face but the difference of were uncanny valley came through in the voice. They wanted the voice to be as realistic as possible. Which led list go into that because as fascinating too because with the voice. Yeah i think a lot of is about setting expectations. A lot of people thought that the this experience was going to be talking to zero or talking to your google home or whatever it is and we actually have two rows that you can t when it comes to the is each part of your voice tech stack and you go on daily. That's a devolve ways whether something google dialogue flow offers amazon. You know holly offers or microsoft or you can get a voice actor and you can have them free reward in different messages now. The challenge with voice actors is that now. You have to go back every time you want to update experience. You have to go back and breathe. Recording licensing is expensive talent fees. Things like that so we went our what is off the shelf. But what is the best version of the off the shelf that we can get it because it gives us more flexibility. Not because it's cheaper rate so when it interested in voice text act. There's speech to text the nlp engine and then text to speech so species taxed and all the engine. We used dialogue gould outflow and then really what was up in question. Was this text to speech. Portion of it i went through all the voices so we decided we ended up landing on. Aws polly neural time because the pacing was the most natural because for a while and this is still something. We're working on. Because i think facing perfect yet because she she's very deliberate and takes pauses in swimming pool. Lake wars on a vast new york. East coast hawker fingers. But you know so. So that's where we're at and that's something that we're saw
Interview With Sagar Indurkhya, Head of NLP at Virtualitics
"So our guest today is saga endure. Who is at virtual lyrics and we really want to thank him so much for joining us here. So let's Thank you so much for joining today. Podcast wonderful today. Yeah thanks so much for joining us today. You know at a today podcast. We're always excited when we have interviews. Because we get to see what's really happening. You know today in industry with artificial intelligence. So i'm excited for this podcast. I want to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at virtual addicts. Thank you yes. So name is saga and on the head of natural language processing at birch lyrics so a little bit of How i got your Prior to joining virtual i was completing my phd in computer science. With a focus on computational linguistics at mit Where i studied under my adviser. Professor robert berwick so while i was there I had time to focus on studying outta develop cognitively faithful models of language acquisition. And i also had a chance to really dive into a a developing methods for black box analysis of penalty models. I during my time in grad school. I had the opportunity to actually both intern and eventually a con Do some contract work or various dod interfacing companies and That caught me a little bit excited. working on these different defense projects. So i saw that virtually nixon that's base and that's what got me excited to join them so i joined last year and since then i've been having fun working on both a couple of interesting. Dod projects involving natural language processing And i also had the development the functionality for our flagship product product of Immersive platform or vip.
Advancing NLP With Project Debater With Noam Slonim
"All right everyone. I'm here with no i'm slonim. Noam is principal. investigator of project. debater at ibm. No i'm welcome the podcast. Hey hello sam. Thank you for having me. I'm really looking forward to digging. Into our conversation. We're going to focus of course on product debater. And what's new everything about that project. But before we dive in deep there. I'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you came to work in a so I did my university in angels lhermitte and machine learning lab. This was laid to nineties. More or less. I graduated in two thousand and two and i walked mainly on Information to take methods cluster analysis and related goten and the main data that was considering back then was the textra later and in two thousand thousand and two i moved to princeton new jersey to do my can mean two thousand and seven i joined. Ibm search and i walked on value. Spacek and in two thousand eleven. I suggested to work on project the battle and this is what. I'm doing enough stan. Years also nice. Nice end was debater in existing project at that time. How far along was it. So he has an interesting history because You know we have this tradition in. Ibm lee search of fat grandchild In artificial intelligence so back in the nineties ibm introduced the deep blue that was able to feed the galley kasparov in chess. In two thousand eleven ibm introduced watson that defeated the all time winners of the tv glacier game jeopardy and just a few days after this event and eamon was sent to all the thousands of philly soldiers so ibm across the globe. Asking us what should be the next grand challenge for. ibm
"nlp" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"Auditory. Kinesthetic feeling and then back to visual so he went visual made a picture said some her to sound had a feeling and then looked at it and decided it was the right thing for him to do. I knew his buying strategies for a watch. But it's the same buying strategies for everything. Because i buying strategy usually cross context. We have a couple of minutes any questions on that strong. Just go back and listen to the last recording and go back. Was this because this is a huge part of l. Pay and if you can pick up on this you're absolutely be more successful so any questions. They jeff yes. What you say is amazing. And i'm listening as sure. I'm sure everybody else is listening. It sounds amazing. And it sound right. But i know just i'm afraid i how am i going to. How can i apply. This is like the so much to think about it. All these movement and henry bananas. I don't want to wait while my client whom i'm looking at and start needing time to analyze and come up with you know like it's got to be fast. How the heck was supposed to do this. It's just practice practice. One of the first things that would go back to an nlp. I think it was the first couple of of within the first couple of sessions really was the ipads as far as where people look and that comes to practicing and this is why. Nlp is taught in specific way because it's taught based upon stack learning. I've been trying to do so each thing. We learned builds upon the next. So if you haven't gotten the ipad stamina personal up it's visual when they look left to right it's either a member construct will. They looked down to having a conversation with themselves. Or they're having a feeling if you don't get that basic and you don't understand that the rest of the process as far as eliciting strategies as people buying you're never going to get you're thinking about it too much..
What the Human Brain Can Tell Us About NLP Models
"Are everyone. I am here with allison. Injure allison is an assistant professor at the university of chicago. Alison welcome to the tuomo. Podcasts thank you hi. I'm looking forward to digging into our conversation. We'll be talking a little. Bit about your research and computational linguistics and nlp at a bunch of cool things but before we dig into those topics i love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you came to work in the field. Great yeah so i Originally came from a background in linguistics and psychology interested in language in humans. And how language works in the brain. So i Worked in a a cognitive neuroscience lab looking at processing of language in the brain for awhile began a phd in linguistics with a bit of a focus on psycholinguistics. But fairly early on. I took a strong interest. In the promise of computational linguistics as a way both to use methods to continue exploring questions about the brain but also to ask interesting questions about how to apply puzzles in language to engineering applications and to design of artificial intelligence. And so this was what sent me in this direction of being what i am today which is simultaneously someone who works on natural language processing and artificial intelligence and also someone who continues to work on modeling of cognitive processes pretentious language.
"nlp" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"So welcome back to real estate deconstructed as we continue along our path of nor linguistic programming. Last week we were talking about. Anchoring anchoring states in those types of things and i got probably a good excuse me thirty emails afterwards asked me how can i use this happily as myself which i was kinda surprised but i wasn't wasn't agents asking me like how do i use this. The clients anchor. Things was heavily uses myself anchor a good emotional good state of those types of things so i thought today we'll talk about because the great thing about nlp is not only using it with the public your clients or significant others. Whoever it's it's.
Natural Language Processing With Sylvain Perron
"So vain. Welcome the show. Thanks for having me. You are the founder of bought press which is a system for building chat bots. And whenever i do show about chat bots the first thing i always like to ask is what happened. Like there was the period of of great chat bot hype and then things basically died down but you still cheat chat bots everywhere when you you hit an airline website or a customer service center. So how big is the market for chat bots. Is there still big demand for chat bots. What's going on there. Yeah for sure. I think pretty much everybody's wondering what's happening with the bots. Then wasn't the the big hype ends. I think the made problem there was. That wasn't really backed by any kind of significant breakthrough in technology rate so it was mostly based on facebook opening up their developer. Api's and allowing people to build those. I don't know if i should say but dom buds right with buttons. That didn't really have any kind of language understanding behind him. And so i think the kind of fell flat and right now. I think it's starting to pick it up again because because there's been indeed like recent developments in nlp which now allows us to start again looking at this problem and having more concrete applications and you know the market is is very big for something that
Interview With Pamela Negosanti of Expert AI
"Pamela. Going to be talking about the power of financial services. There's so much to cover here and the frame. I'd like to start us off with is the idea of language as data really being able to think about how to unlock in. Involves i think thinking about it in the right way. How do you like to frame that. Thank you dan. it's very good question right so end If you think about data is overwhelming as any growing and growing into cigar saying that each two years you're doubling the data we are. we are analyzing. It's not all about numbers. Because our brain wants to think about data we ultimately also saved them with numbers are structured data. But that's not the case. The type of data are increasing overwhelming as more and more. They're all about language right. think about. Let's say older social. Think about the interaction. We are having. We go our provider. It could be the bank insurance. Think about the apps. Think about the email right so and that's kind of they have come. There's language right so there's taxed in them right. So and that's the kind of messages behind the tagline that languages data because it's containing insight and valley.
Interview With Pamela Negosanti of Expert AI
"So pamela. Going to be talking about the power of financial services. There's so much to cover here and the frame. I'd like to start us off with is the idea of language as data really being able to think about how to unlock in. Involves i think thinking about it in the right way. How do you like to frame that. Thank you dan. it's very good question right so end If you think about data is overwhelming as any growing and growing into cigar saying that each two years you're doubling the data we are. we are analyzing. It's not all about numbers. Because our brain wants to think about data we ultimately also saved them with numbers are structured data. But that's not the case. The type of data are increasing overwhelming as more and more. They're all about language right. think about. Let's say older social. Think about the interaction. We are having. We go our provider. It could be the bank insurance. Think about the apps. Think about the email right so and that's kind of they have come. There's language right so there's taxed in them right. So and that's the kind of messages behind the tagline that languages data because it's containing insight and valley.
Moving Machine Learning Into the Data Pipeline at Cherre
"Hi by us on tiles on a data scientist cherry. Do you remember how you first got involved in the area of data management sites good of interesting routes in my career first and foremost physicists. In my condemning track originally was aimed for working in optics tonics when i finished my started working as a tonic designer for not to go communications company and then one day one of former post. Docs invited checkout chevy's office. He started working there at school. People come to get health and it was really kind of an immediate hits so jerry really met all the criteria that i have where it's still again. Perspective projects specifically the working on a really challenging problem defining domain model for bela states. There were working on high impact issue and it was work with smart people really smart people right so type. Problems is very challenging. And then what you're doing really to think about the real estate industry state as it is right now so the would be kind of what speed trading or is dead for the stock. Market's really changing the way the real estate market's looking at tech. So all that looked good. I joined sherry and they learned about the domain afield state so then who is one of the founders and learn about functional and object oriented programming test driven design micro services from medicine. Sterling is a senior engineer i learned about. Nlp knowledge grass from the awesome john madden or head of machine learning engineering. Who you've answered before. And zoya from ron beckerman bizarre. Cdo in data science professor. So it's been really great working all these people. It's been an awesome learning experience
The Giant Leaps in Language Technology and Who's Left Behind
"I'm a linguist by training and a technologist by profession. I have worked in academia in startups in small companies and multinationals for over two decades doing researching and building language technology systems. My dream is to see technology. Work across the language barrier as a researcher at microsoft research. Labs india. I work in the field of after language technology and a speech technology. And i worry about. How can we make technology accessible to people across the board irrespective of language that they speak so natural language processing artificial intelligence speech technology. These are very big. Was there buzzwords right now. Everybody's talking about what exactly is an lp or natural language processing so very simple term. This is the part of computer science engineering that makes machines process understand and generate natural language. Which is the language that humans speak when you are interacting with a bought trying to book your tickets or flight tickets when you are speaking to a voice based digital assistant in your phone. It's natural language processing that underpins the entire technology. That makes that work. But how does this work. How does nlp work in a very very basic way. It's about data so a huge amount of data. How actually humans use language is then processed by certain algorithms and techniques that make the machines learn the patterns of natural language of humans. Right these days another buzzword that you hear a lot about this deep neural networks and these are the advanced techniques that underpin a lot of the stuff that happens right now and i will not go into the details of how that works with thing that you really have to understand and keep in mind. Is that all of. This requires a humongous amount of data
Can Language Models Be Too Big With Emily Bender And Margaret Mitchell
"Are at everyone. I am here with meg. Mitchell and a researcher and emily bender professor at the university of washington. And we are here to talk about their recent paper on the dangers of casting. Parents can language models. Be too big meghan emily. Welcome to this podcast. Thank you welcome. Thank super excited to jump into this conversation. Let's start out like we always do with. Having you share a little bit about your background meg. We'll have you go first. yeah. I basically studied as a computational linguists like emily i got my phd in computer science. And then i've worked at johns hopkins microsoft research And most recently. Google research worked on computer vision as well. As natural language processing computational linguistics and more recently issues of bias unfairness Awesome and emily. You are on the show too long ago when we talked about is linguistics missing from alpine research. Give us a little bit of your background. And maybe a catch up on what you've been doing for the past year so like you said. I'm a linguist. Studying linguistics at uc berkeley and then stanford and then. I got to come to washington and start the professional. Master's program in computational linguistics. Where meg was a student many years ago. Now i got over then. So i work in a largely in linguistics and competition linguistics but since about twenty sixteen have also been working in the space of. I've tried to avoid the phrase. Actually ethics sends people down these paths into philosophy that i find somewhat less helpful but societal impact of nlp and in that context a lot of the same discussions are relevant that relevant to other things that fall under the umbrella. What it's called a. And yet in the past year. I have continued that work and had this great opportunity to work with megan other members of her team and in particular dr timmy brew and a phd student of mine. engine mcmillan major on a paper looking at the impact of large language models. And we started this in september and submitted in october. And it's the first paper i've ever written. That has been far more work after it was finished than writing it in the first
Interview With Gideon Mendels, CEO Of Comet
"We're so excited to have with us today given mendel. Who's the ceo and co founder of comet so high gideon and thank you so much for joining us today jeff million. Hey you're on. Thank you so much for having me. I'm super excited to today. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. And tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at comment definitely so as you mentioned. I'm the ceo and co founder of comment For the listeners. Who don't know comet provides a self hosted in college based missionary platform essentially on data science teams to track impair explain and optimize experiments models company support some of the biggest and best enterprise machinery teams in healthcare attack media financial services and other industries Her son who actually started maker of software engineer but she sixteen years ago. And i shifted do working on an applied machine learning about seven years ago. I was a grad student whilst work work on speech processing natural language processing after that i had my own start up again in. Nlp space. And after that. I was google Where i was working on deep learning research specifically we were working on detecting hate speech on youtube comments using the malls. Yeah that's that's really a great application. In general for automated systems is very hard for for humans to just manage the mountains of tasks that are needed for moderation. So great use of of a and a great applied use of ai. It's cool that you bring into that so let's sort of bring us into now. I know what you're doing with commented lot of it's helping people make these better models and and iterative battle and manages models so maybe you could tell us a little bit in our listeners. About what are some of the challenges that organizations face today when they're trying to build machine learning models into production That's a great question. And i liked it. Use the word build rather than deploy because from our view comments in working with these like very business focused engineering teams the biggest challenge in getting them. All production isn't the actual deployment or devops problem behind. It's really a building model. That's good enough to justify deployment right so when we think about machine learning it's actually buried their friends. Offer engineering both from a process perspective. The dodgy the tools everything about different machine learning iterative process tres many pitfalls in the way and now whether it's your optimizing for the wrong metric or you're leaking your target or you're just working on a data set. That doesn't have enough signal so eventually it's really comes down to building a model that meets the business. Kpi in most of the teams out there are really struggling with that point Like i mentioned. There's a lot of things that can contribute to that but a big part of it is the lack of processes and tools of doing these things in a safe and a predictable way. you know. it's it's great that you gave that explanation. I know that a lot of companies are now starting to bring their starting to build models and think about how they can incorporate machine learning into their their company. So why is it. Important to have a tool for data scientists and teams to track explain in optimize experiments in models. That's an excellent question. And i think a lot of companies learned that the hard way but really impossible to run a team successfully without a system of record of your work. I mean that's true for most job functions. Not just machine learning. You know whether it's gets hub for after themes or salesforce for cell students hub spot for marketing and so on you really need a central system of records manage these processes and and again like other system records. Another jobs luncheon. Once you have that like. In our case on experiment and a model management platform it provides value to anyone was in walden engineer. Works so whether it's data scientists that's looking to track their experiments compare and understand. Why one models being better than the other is bias or issues with a model through the software engineer that's needs actual binary defer deployment all the way to the manager that wants to track and have visibility of a team progression and eventually maintaining all that institutional knowledge about research experimentation metrics and models within the organization and non people's personal notes for example.
"nlp" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"Okay so welcome to real estate de constructive and deconstructed with jeff and peter. So we're continuing our series on an alpay and roy asked a question of. Hey i have an interview type thing. Could you put the nlp in there. So i can ask the questions of nlp so this is why we're doing this this way. Is i a whole bunch emails after last time we did it. Oh how do i say this. An animal p halloway. Nlp this to that. Which is great. I love the enthusiasm. I really do. That's also saying. Hey i want to jump on a motorcycle before. I actually even learn how to stand up. Walk there's a process to it so we can't just dive in feet first. Because if you don't know what you do with an lp it comes across not good like a comes across. It's what i say. Nlp things There's a speech rate. And there's a pattern to how i say things even to how things are so if you don't understand the basics of why it works and how it works using it. Does it work if that makes sense to better answer to your question roy. Not question the answer you want. But that's words question so today we're going to continue the p. And we're going to do the p. communication model. So i'm actually gonna do a little screen share here which we normally don't do on these but i bear with me for one second just because it's going to work a little better if you can actually see Pop up show who play from current slide. Right up i just bear with me for a second is just share my screen and i get my zoom on the same time share screen..
"nlp" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"That professor walked into my classroom to learn animal pea around fifteen years later to give you that story a different day. So any questions on p. Anything i can explain or elaborate on and giving you the way. I learned dental pay. Which was. Let's learn the core of it and then let's expand let's learn to of and then let's expand as peter says so any questions on this. I'm strongly suggest you go back. And listen to the podcast. Once we upload the podcast the covered a lot of stuff. This was awesome. Are you guys into this for a series. I think we just keep going with. This may very cool very cool. Hang sony or an element. Well and there's nothing we actually. There's actually a couple of classes that are based that i teach him taught an element and we're going to start putting them out again so i teach how to read a person but like a book which is an pay. I teach the five step sales process. Which is the nlp sales process. And i teach how to build instant repore which is the nlp report building process and those are like half day or full day sessions. But you'll see them coming up not this month most likely next month store rolling them out. Especially if we're gonna do a series like this rate buddy thank you bye. Thank you peter. Thank you bye only questions. Feel free to send me an email. Jeffrey dunstan that element dot com. And i realized that the whole world email address. But that's fine because they all have anyway. Thanks everybody a great day..
"nlp" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"Nature. If you're talking about your favorite sports team you're a yankees fan and they're dodgers fan. What are you trying to do. You're trying to convince them to see your point of view. And that's what communication is so using the techniques which will go over and over the course of the weeks using the techniques. The techniques aren't manipulative. It's why you're using them that makes manipulative or not or yes. So is it. They hand you a scalpel with a scalpel. If your murderer you can kill someone. if you're a surgeon you can save someone. It's the same tool. It's the intent of what you're using it for and my thing is my intent with these are to make sure people do what's in their best interest never within my best interests because that's not my thing and as we as we get more into this jackson realize like oh wait. That makes more sense because this isn't you manipulate yourself. Don't manipulate other people manipulate yourself manipulate other people. So in essence. Nlp is how to use the minds own language to consistently achieve the desired outcome. Nlp is an overlaying of anything you do. Nlp can be on it to make you more successful at than that's really what it is. It's not like this this. this is that way. It has taken the model taking the attitude taking the beliefs taking techniques. It doesn't matter if your therapist. I've taught nlp the therapists. It doesn't matter if you're dentist told him to dentists and it doesn't matter if you're a salesperson it's taking the model and putting it onto what you do now so that's really the core of nlp so the attitude methodology and techniques. The attitude is more important than a methodology. The methodology is more important than than than the techniques. if you don't have the attitude methodology the techniques. Don't don't do anything at all. They they really don't so this house. Nlp work with personality types. Nlp has nothing to do with personality. Types zero nothing to do with this In advance at alpay called meta programming. There is some of the myers briggs personality profiling but we're not concerned in nlp. What the person's personality is a profile is on more concerned with how you think what you think and how you make decisions this thing about how much easier life would be if you understood a person especially in sales. If you understood the person's decision making process on how they decide to say yes to you or how they decide to say yes to anything. If you actually understood the process they go through and then explain what you do in the same exact process.
"nlp" Discussed on Rapid Change Matters
"If you want to get good at any, appear any kind of change work experiment with tossing out more and more stop and see if you can get the same outcome. You WanNa talk about rapid personal change work well have the guts to experiment by progressively removing more more stuff out of your algorithm and your technique to see if you can still get to change if you can't then add it back in. Did you think that the traditional? Traditional but I think NLP training an NLP has a huge merit, and there's lots of stuff, but. Some of the essence has been lost at the idea of muddling success and having an attitude of exploration and seeing workers. Now it's to hearing taught by rote. Here's there's two challenges the first challenges as you said the trainers don't get the basic concepts behind LP as Bandler said over, and over and over and NLP is a modeling technology out of which techniques are distilled. It leaves a trial techniques. It's SORTA like mistaking the exhaust of the car from the engine. The engine produce the exhaust is exhausted. Is the engine so many have the back afterwards death. Thing is what I call the seminar phenomenon. People who come to seminars are self selecting. They're raising their hands and saying yes, yes. I wanted to work on me because they're spending all that money. They're doing all that travel there devoting all that time, so of course it works in the seminar room the analogy I would use his martial arts. Re people do a lot of forms? They practice this this, but then they. They get into a fight in the real world was a street fighter. Who Kicks? There S so in a way you can think of what I teach streetfight. NLP because when you're in a situation where you're dealing with the most fucked up people in the world, and you don't have time for theory, or what only works in the seminar room. You need to get to it. You need to gouge is in the nuts..
"nlp" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips
"Our. Our roller are perner. We responsible for and people who are really good communicators high end salespeople and effective people. They say it's one hundred percent your responsibility because that's how much control you have over it. That's kind of what I'm hearing from you and also being adaptable to talk to people in the way our communicate with people. I don't want to narrow. It could communicate people in the way that they understand that requires like you said a high sensitivity to how they are they listening to and then one other factor and there is only seven percent of our communication is actually through works. Ninety three percent of our communication is through facial expressions tonality body language. I mean. There's so much that when when you ask a personal question there's so much more going on there than just the words that are coming out of their mouth and so you know if I were in. Turn my back to the camera right now. I could say something to you and you might go well. That doesn't make any sense for for what you're asking me because you're not seeing my facial expressions and if I was real monotone in the way I answered your question you'd be like today understand my question correctly and so there's just so much more that goes on in a conversation than just those those verbal things that we say yeah. I love that you brought that up because I think people forget that where we were so focused on the words or whatever but there's so much more going on like almost like below the subconscious level that were eating off. Oh it's it's fascinating. I'm glad you brought that up So let me ask you this knowing what you know about. Nlp and obviously integrating it in with your business in your life. What are some like Goto principles or ideas that you've found of helped you in not only your business relationships but even your day to day life there certain things that you always go to your. Nlp training for to help you in a wide variety of situations. Like your favorites. Yeah so one of the biggest things is is There's no such thing as I mean and this is going to sound crazy but no matter how out of person that's being you know whether it's a child throwing a huge temper tantrum or a person that you know. Maybe we see as a huge criminal in life right. It's all about their intentions. And when you really start looking at what's going on in a person's life it it has to come from what intention. They're hoping to accomplish for themselves right when I started learning. Alpay at heard this phrase my entire life The Path to hell is paved with the best intentions house. That that is a crazy way to say something but then all of a sudden you start looking at you know this person's behavior and how bad it is and you know other people look at him and her and they say wow. That person is just so messed up and you know you have to put a label on it. Then you start talking to the person and you start. Finding out that you know and bullying in school is a big word right that that child is bullied. He has to throw up a defense mechanism and so he throws up this defense mechanism that that we see as bad behavior while now all of a sudden that kid is an adult and he's still got that same defense mechanism but now sitting in a meeting with people and any feels something may happen that triggers that emotion from when he was a little child and now he throws up the defense mechanism and maybe says something really sharply to the group. And everyone's like that guy. He's he's just his so abrasive while y you know what? What is the important thing that he's trying to do? Maybe he's trying to protect himself. Keep security and so you know as soon as something starts going off in a conversation. I think that's one of the biggest things that I do. Is I look at that person and I think what is the intention of that behavior is trying to get for him inside right and if you can bind that intention find what. It's trying to get for that person. You can communicate on a level does now. They feel secure. Now feel safe now. They feel heard maybe before. They just didn't feel her. So so you can change that. You can alter that behavior in get better communication better results out of it. I think that's one of the biggest things that I've taken away from an LP because that's huge. That's absolutely huge. I'm just seeing feeling the impact of that in daylight because again you when you get outside of yourself and see where this person's coming from again helps that communication and I'm a big fan of intention just in general.
"nlp" Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"Hello and welcome to the hypnosis in NLP podcast. I'm Donald curry, a registered psychotherapist and hypnotherapist. I have over eighteen years of experience in the field of the mind body connection. Working on yourself can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. I developed this podcast to share information, tools and techniques to assist you in making changes feeling better moving forwards getting motivated, and to thrive maybe you're here because you'd like to learn more about hypnosis, or perhaps you're navigating the process of personal development and change and would like to learn how to tap into the power of your mind to improve your life. Either way this podcast is for you. In the previous episode. You learned about the inner critic and had the opportunity to experience hypnosis session to assist you with the lining with your inner mentor. Self talk is another method of creating change by developing appropriate in. Her dialogue in today's episode. We will explore the importance of developing positive self talk different approaches that you can use to change your inner conversation end. You'll have the opportunity to experience hypnosis session to assist you in changing your inner dialogue. I'm glad that you're here. And I hope that you find the session inspiring, and that it sparks within you the motivation to make your life better. Visit the home of the hypnosis and p podcasts at WWW don't hypnosis dot media on the site. You'll find all previous episodes of the podcast blog posts and the web store which contains premium hypnosis programs that can assist with a wide variety of problems issues and concerns such as healing the child attracting, abundance forgiveness and much more. Enter the code hypnosis at checkout for fifteen percent discount off your entire order. South talk is the dialogue and conversation that is directed towards the south it can occur either out loud or internally, and it manifests as self statements with things that are said regarding the self research has shown that most of our self talk is negative and as a result of this. It is though our minds or against are greater good research has also indicated that negative self talk can increase levels of cortisol, which is a stress hormone. And it is linked to other mental health concerns such as depression and anxiety, negative self talk is any self talk. That puts you down diminishes, you reduces yourself confidence or self esteem, or prevents you from being your bestself negative self talk tells you that you're not. Good enough, not smart enough or not capable enough. The way that you speak to yourself influences behaviors habits beliefs and attitudes. You may not always be aware of your inner dialogue. But you are most certainly engaging in self talk. Most of the time. The way that you talk to yourself is important because it has a massive impact on many areas of your life. Most of our self talk is like listening to a broken record the plays the same song over and over again. Many of these negative patterns of thinking are learned in childhood from parents, friends or teachers this is why it is so important to learn how to speak positively to other people as everything that is said positive or negative creates waves and ripples in the lives of others. When we hear the same thing over and over again in the external world eventually this can develop into messages in our internal world. There are hundreds of thousands of narrow connections within the brain neural pathways are connection. Between the neurons in different regions of the brain. These are connected, by and communicate with synapses the more that neurons fire and communicate with one another the stronger the narrow pathway becomes negative thinking creates neural pathways within the brain. You might consider these neural pathways to be like bike trails in the forest. The more that we traveled down the path the more it is etched into the earth. If we go off the beaten path in the forest where there isn't a trail that's formed usually we'd be met with sticks and branches and shrubs and growth that would make very difficult to maneuver. But if you continued to take the same path every day going over it again, and again, then you would create a new path where there wasn't one before. Creating a new path in a forest is much like creating new positive self talk. It may take a little bit of effort at first. But the more that you do it. The more you will create new neural connections and neural pathways within the brain. Every time that we think about something we're either traveling down the path that we've traveled down many times before and we know very well where that path leads or were beginning to venture forth into new territory that will take us to an entirely new destination. There's a popular story of the first nations. People some have attributed the story to the Cherokee, and it is known as the wolves within the story says. A grandfather is teaching his grandson about life. There's a fight going on inside of me. He said to the boy, it's a terrible fight. And it's between two wolves one is full of anger envy. Soro regret greed, arrogance self-pity. Guilt resentment also pride superiority and nego. He continued. The other is good. It's full of joy peace. Love. Hope. Serenity kindness benevolence and the feet generosity, truth, compassion, and faith. The same fight is going on inside of you. And inside every other person too. The grandson thought about it for a moment. And then asked his grandfather, which will will win. His grandfather looked at him smiled and simply replied, the one that you feed. We can make a choice as to which wolf we feed we can feed the wolf that is negative or at the wolf that is positive. We can work to, cultivate, more positive thinking in the same way that we would tend to garden by watering, the flowers and pulling the weeds every time that we entertain our negative thoughts. It's just like watering the weeds in the garden, and every time that we nurture ourself with positive thoughts. It's like watering the flowers it takes a little bit of effort to do this first. But the results are worth it changing self-talk requires mindfulness, and it must be deliberate and intentional patterns of negative self-talk are often present for a long while. And as a result, they can take patients in time to change one methods change these thoughts. Is to counteract them with positive truths regarding your life, getting a blank piece of paper and writing out every negative thought that you have and then writing out a counter acting positive truth can help to override the negative thinking there's always positive truth about your life in about yourself. Even if it might take a while to see it's always there at one level or another. Another method is to be mindful when they give self talk his presence and to correct it to positive self talk. This creates new neural connections within the brain, you might replace. I just can't get what I'm trying to learn to something like, I know that it takes time to learn. I'm going to choose to be gentle with myself. I'm going to do the best that I can in this moment often times, we tell ourselves that. We can't do something what works better at in. These situations is to tell ourselves what we can do. Or what we choose to do? For example. You might choose to replace a thought like I can't have burger because I'm watching what I eat to more gentler kinder thought I choose to have grilled vegetables and a salad because I'm on a path of health and wellbeing. Another example. Would beat the thought I can't get up and speak in front of other people. I don't know what I would say to I'm going to be gentle with myself. I am capable and I can learn how to speak in front of other people and feel comfortable doing so. One of the most effective and important methods. In developing new self talk is to see yourself as a friend to begin an inner dialogue with yourself in the same way that you'd have a conversation with someone who's close and dear to you. We are often kind and supportive to our dearest and best friends, and is simply learning how to direct this in wordly simply saying to yourself, relax. You have this. You're doing the best that you can in this moment in have a very positive impact. In this exercise today, you'll have the opportunity to develop new positive self talk. So if you so choose in you'd like to participate in this hypnosis program the place where you can relax and let go for this next little while. Make sure that you're not listening to this program while you're driving operating heavy machinery or engaging in any activity that requires conscious thinking. Make sure that your body is in the most comfortable position for you. And whenever you're ready. You can go ahead. And close your eyes.
"nlp" Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"Learning being able to chain any failure inter feedback into learning to that you can learn from your experience so that you can adjust your thoughts your feelings your motions your responses and so that you can apply turning those situations in two successes turning them into triumphs so that your mind learns how to overcome any challenger because that's really all that situations are simply challenges for us to overcome to triumph over when you learn to simply adjust your mind to just yourself you can chain and he situation and your response to so you bring back this learning back to the present moment laughing that you've done very good work here today in a moment i'm going to count from one to ten and as i can't from one to ten emerged from relaxation when i reached the count of tenure open your eyes you'll be back in the room back in the here in the now fully awake fully refreshed in every way and feeling better than you have in a long long time starting now at one emerging from relaxation two three coming up now four five feeling revitalized reenergized refreshed six seven eight nine and ten is wide-open back in the room back in the here in the now fully awake fully refreshed in every way and feeling better than you have in a long time welcome back i recommend continuing to work with the failure into feedback loop to really learn the structure repetition will assist the mind to learn the failure into feedback loop and eventually you can find yourself using this pattern quite automatically it can be beneficial to use this pattern any time that you're experiencing unsuccessful outcomes thank you so much for tuning in and listening i hope that you found this episode inspiring and informative if you'd like to learn more information about hypnosis you can visit my personal website at w._w._w. dot donald currie dot com and if you're interested in learning hypnosis so that you can assist others in making change visit the mind institute at w._w._w. dot mind institute dot c._a. take care and be well until next time
"nlp" Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"Looking at that time note what you like to believe about yourself looking back at that situation maybe you would like to believe that you're confident or capable or or courageous more loving just note what you would like to believe now looking back at that memory if you could do it again what would you do differently take a moment think about this now take a moment and imagine that you could really live at memory that you could re imagine that memory in a new way with resources that you need if you're self your physical signal and bringing the skills he attributes what the resources that you needed to have at that time maybe the courage or the motivation or the confidence or the love and restructure at memory take the learning from this experience make the necessary adjustments and then see yourself applying what you've learned to memory so that you restructure it in an entirely new way that you see yourself responding differently said that you see yourself feeling differently so that you experienced yourself in k. differently just notice a hunan notice what changes for you the final outcome of the experience see yourself responding successfully and producing the results that you desire just noticing how could that looks how good that feels and let that wonderful feeling flow through your body from the top of your head all the way down to the tips of your toes just letting it touch every part of you now begin to imagine sensory experience in some way being able to take this feedback learning these new responses taking these out into the future into future times and future places where you would like to experience this more positive outcome this future times in places where you would like to have access to this feedback to be able to apply just imagine yourself of it in the future being able to apply this learning
"nlp" Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"Today in your own time and in your own way you can allow yourself to thing of a time when you didn't produce the results and you desire just becoming aware of that experience when you can think of that experience just notice what you saw what you heard and when you think of this now notice how it makes you feel what do you believe to be true as a result of this experience as a result of this experience are there things that you believe about yourself as a result of this experience is there anything that you believe to be true about the world take a moment and look on this experience looking back at this experience begin to notice what you learned from tikka moment become aware of the skill the attributes with the resources that you needed in that moment didn't have perhaps you required courage or motivation or competent develop an awareness of the skills or attributes or resources that you needed in that moment think of another time another time when you experienced a lot of that breeze -ourse attribute or skill if you needed more courage in that experience notice a time when you have the resource of courage available to you if you needed more confidence sink of a time when you experienced a lot of that resource now really reached down deeply and feel that memory remember what it was like to have a lot of that resource what it was like to have that skill or that attribute and notice what you're experiencing what you were seeing hearing and feeling in that moment now let's set up a physical signal to anchor in this feeling this resource attribute the skill so rub your thumb and your first finger together or make a fist or thumbs up or peacein whatever works best for you some sort of physical signal that will remind you of the state so that every time that you give yourself this signal it brings you back to the state now let's bring the awareness act to the time when you didn't produce the results that you desired looking
"nlp" Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"Legs and a manner that is the most comfortable for you just allowing yourself to slow down lowering yourself to become peaceful and still relaxing all the muscles in your eyelids just letting that call it a of relaxation madison your eyelids to begin to flow through all the muscles in your body from the top of your head to the tips of your toes just letting every part of you relax letting every part of you rats comfortably and if any part of you is not completely relaxed just do whatever you need to do make any mental or physical adjustments at are necessary so that you can truly relax at this moment just begin to watch and obzor you're in a reality your inner experience watching and serving any thoughts trip through the mind or any emotions or sensations that you experience it's just a thought it's just a feeling it's just a sensation and to pass our in our reality and experience his much like watching clouds in the sky always changing always evolving nothing stays the same for long as everything continues to move forwards let's no further into relax action i will count from ten to one as i can't from ten to one further into relaxation getting now at ten nine eight relaxing more and more safm sakes deeper and deeper laxed fire four tree two feeling so one to flip laxed so wonderfully at ease in this state of rest any ease your mind is open to the work that you're here to do today
"nlp" Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"The hello welcome to the hypnosis and podcast the podcast the teaches you how to tap into the power of your mind to improve your life my name is donald curry i'm a registered psychotherapist master hypnotherapist n._l._p. practitioner and hypnosis instructor in today's episode we're going to be discussing an n._l._p. technique called the failure into feedback loop in essence the goal of this n._l._p. pattern is to transmit failure into valuable feedback and then into success you'll also have the opportunity to experience this n._l._p. exercise for yourself i'm glad that you're here and i hope that you find this podcast inspiring and that it sparks within you the motivation to make your life better be sure to visit the home of the hypnosis in n._l._p. podcast at w._w._w. dot hypnosis dot media on the site you'll find blog posts all past episodes of the podcast as well as the web store that contains if noses programs that can assist with a wide variety of problems issues and concerns failure doesn't just happen it has a structure and to sequence people are creatures of patterns inhabits and this goes for both how are failures and our successes are constructed knowing the patterns that lead to producing undesired states will enable you to make change the failure into feedback loop is in n._l._p. pattern that is designed to assist with exploring the structure and sequence that led to an unsuccessful undesired outcome in the model of n._l._p. we believe that there's actually no such thing as failure that rather failure provides feedback and the feedback that it provides is a wonderful opportunity to make necessary adjustments within our thoughts emotions habits and behavior here's then by applying these changes in the next time that we find ourselves in a similar situation we can have access to a new response the failure into feedback loop assist the brain in perceiving failure differently it assists with changing any negative perception into a more positive one if we look to the history books we can see that many individuals who became successful in their lives used failure as a means of learning and moving them selves toward success thomas edison the inventor of the light bulb was a natural master of this n._l._p. pattern as an inventor edison made one thousand unsuccessful attempts at inventing the light bulb when a reporter asked how did it feel to fail a thousand times edison replied i didn't fail a thousand times the light bulb was an invention with one thousand steps he never perceived the one thousand attempts as a failure rather he learned adjusted and applied he learned adjusted and applied with every attempt that he made when we remember the baseball legend babe ruth we know that he was famous for his home run record but the little known fact is that he was also the record holder for strike outs his motto which is essentially the failure into feedback loop was every strike brings me closer to the next home run walt disney was fired from a newspaper as an editor for apparently lacking imagination and having no good ideas and he allegedly went bankrupt many times before finally successfully building disneyland if any of these individuals gave up and their outcomes would have been very different but they kept going they learned from their experiences they adjusted themselves within their internal world and then they apply what they learned they learned they juster and they applied and they turned their failure into feedback and then into success now you will have the opportunity to turn failure into feedback in this n._l._p. exercise the failure into feedback loop i you will identify time in your life when you didn't produce the results that you desired we will access how this fouled what you believed to be true as a result of this experience what you learned from the experience what skills resources attributes or beliefs that would have been beneficial for you to have in that moment examine what you could have done differently and then imagining reliving that memory with the new feedback and learning ready to begin good you can begin by finding a place where you can relax and let go for this next little while get your body into the most comfortable position for you and whenever you're ready close your eyes rearrange arms and legs
"nlp" Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"Hello. And welcome to news. His an NLP podcast the podcast of the teaches you how to tap into the power of your mind to improve your life. My name is Donald curry. I'm a registered psychotherapist master, hypnotherapist, NLP practitioner and hypnosis instructor. Do you? Find yourself holding onto things that are no longer serving you, maybe a thought or feeling material possessions, a relationship the job or perspective or point of view, when we learned to let go of these things, it can be very liberating and freeing into days episode will discuss the reasons why we hold onto things and the benefits of learning how to let go you'll have the opportunity to experience a meditation designed to assist you in letting go belief systems, the motions thoughts perspectives or even material possessions. I'm glad that you're here. And I hope that you find this podcast inspiring. And that it sparks within. You the motivation to make your life better. Visit the home of a hypnosis and NLP podcast at WWW dot hypnosis dot media on the site. You'll find all past episodes of the podcast blog posts as well. As the web store, which contains hypnosis programs that can assist with a wide variety of problems issues and concerns enter the code hypnosis at checkout. Four fifteen percent discount. On January first I turned on net flicks. And there was this new show that had just launched called tiding up. With Murray condo Murray condo is an organizational expert, and the author of the book, the magical art of tidying up the premise of the show is that Marie condo goes into individuals homes and helps them to clear through their clutter. She'll have the participants take all of their items and placed them in piles in the middle of the room. Then they hold each item. Tune in with her emotions and see if holding that item sparks joy, if the item doesn't spark joy, then the item is let go of. As participants decided what they were going to keep and what they were going to let go of it caused a lot of emotion to surface. People found that certain items were connected to certain emotions, for example. How keepsakes are connected with feelings of sadness, or even anger. And by letting go of the item, the person would also let go of the emotion. Participants in the show indicated that they started to feel better clearer more calm and more relaxed as they let go of the clutter. People also noticed that the relationships began to improve as the clutter cleared, and as they began to feel better. As humans, we not only hold onto physical things. We also hold onto emotions relationships self limiting beliefs perspectives, and points of view, and even jobs or careers or situations. That are no longer serving us at a core level were creatures of comfort and we hold onto things because it is comfortable. It is what we know. And we begin to identify with those things that we hold onto oftentimes when we tried to create a new sense of self. It's necessary to examine all of our thoughts all of our emotions all of our belief systems as the individual that you are today is the result of everything that you've seen heard felt or experienced in your life. Well, holding onto those past emotions belief systems, emotions thoughts and perspectives can feel comfortable it can prevent you from being your best self. Letting go is about accepting that the past is the past that we can't change what has happened, but we can change the present moment the present is the most important time in your life. It's about recognizing that in the present moment, you can turn you can turn in any direction in any way that you choose simply by letting go of that, which is no longer serving you in your
"nlp" Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"Hello and welcome to the hypnosis and NLP podcast, the podcast that teaches you how to tap into the power of your mind to improve your life. My name is Donald curry. I'm a registered psychotherapist master hypnotherapist, NLP practitioner and hypnotist instructor in today's episode. We're going to be discussing how authentic communication can assist you in improving your relationship with others authentic communication can improve your relationships at work with friends and family, and with your partner or spouse, you will learn skills that will help you to build rapport safety and trust as well. As tools that will assist you in communicating your truth in a way where it can be heard. You will also have the opportunity to experience a hypnosis session designed to assist you with installing these new skills froth into communication within your subconscious mind. I'm glad that you're here. And I hope that you find this. Podcast inspiring. And that it sparks within you the motivation to make your life better. Visit the home of the hypnosis and NLP podcast at WWW dot hypnosis dot media on this site. You'll find blog posts all previous episodes of the podcast as well. As the web store with hypnosis programs that can assist with a wide variety of problems issues and concerns on the web store you can enter the code hypnosis at checkout. Four fifteen percent discount off your entire order. Authentic communication is about noticing experiencing and expressing the contents of your inner experience in a here. And now way without trying to be right about anything without judging and without placing blame for the cause of what you are experiencing outside of yourself. In its essence authentic communication is about maintaining a curious compassionate and non judgmental stance of your own interstate an intention to communicate compassionately to keep it focused on what is happening in the present. Not what has happened in the past and to keep it self-focused. This is about observing n expressing your own interstates and your point of view, not trying to pass them off as objective assessments of the other person authentic communication is all about expressing what you are experiencing. And the impact that a situation is having on you. Authentic communication is also about learning. How to listen effectively to someone else how to truly give the other person space to express their point of view and their experience using I messages is a very effective way of communicating your inner experience, I messages assist you in communicating your point of view in a non aggressive and non violent way, this prevents the person that you're talking to from feeling like they're under attack. Oftentimes, people use what is referred to as you messages. They might say something like, you always do this or you make me feel angry when you do this, and this usually leads to anger or shutdown instead using I messages and stating instead, I feel frustrated when this happens or. I feel angry as a result of this situation can be far more effective. Most people utilize all sorts of body cues during communication without even knowing that they are doing so research has shown that tone body language body movement facial expressions posture, and I contact equate to roughly seventy to ninety percent of our communication talking to someone while they're looking away since he was signal as it would if the individual kept looking at their watch incongruency within body language, tone body movement facial expressions, or I contact can lead to the other person not feeling heard feeling tense, nervous or stressed or even unsafe. Leaning in nodding and maintaining I contact in an open stance of posture helps to convey to the other person that you are present listening and hearing what they're saying this communicates that you are interested in what it is that they are saying which in turn assists in building report and a feeling of safety being aware
"nlp" Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"Hello. And welcome to the hypnosis in NLP podcast, the podcast that teaches you how to tap into the power of your mind to improve your life. My name is Donald curry. I'm a registered psychotherapist master hypnotherapist, NLP practitioner and hypnosis instructor in today's episode. We're going to be discussing a hypnosis and NLP technique that is referred to as parts their pain. You'll also have the opportunity to experience an NLP technique that is designed to reduce inner conflict by working with the different parts of self. I'm glad that you're here. And I hope that you find this podcast inspiring. And that it sparks within you motivation to make your life better. Be sure to visit the home of the hypnosis in NLP podcast at WWW dot hypnosis dot media on the website. You'll find a variety of blog posts all past episodes of the podcast and my store, which has hypnosis programs. It can assist you with a variety of problems issues and concerns parts there be is a very effective protocol that is used with hypnosis that assists, people in understanding all of the various parts of self that are causing the problem the issue or the concern. I employ parts there be in almost every client case because of its effectiveness parts there be is about recognizing that we are made up of many different parts or part states. Each of these parts has its own characteristics feelings behaviors and motives, like, a jigsaw puzzle. We can take out a piece at a time change it and put it back into place without disturbing or disrupting anything else. This allows for each part to be regulated giving the client more control over the timing of the healing process. Parts work is particularly useful inhabit, change, phobias traumas and pain management because each of these parts has its own characteristics feelings behaviors and motives this can lead to inner conflict. We've all experienced inner conflict at one point of time or another between our inner parts in my life. I experience inner conflict when I get home from work. I've had a really long day. And there's a part of me that just wants to lie down on the couch and watch television, yet, there's another part of me that really wants to go to the gym because it knows that that going to the gym is healthy. And it's going to give me energy, and it's going to allow me to distress in my case each of these parts has its own characteristics feelings behaviors and motives, the part that wants to lie down on the couch and watch television. It wants instant gratification. It wants to feel good right now. And just relax. The part of me that wants to go to the gym is after long-term gratification. It wants health and wellbeing for me. I apply the principles of parts their p to this process. Understanding the intrinsic value of each part what it's trying to get by acting and behaving in the way. That it does. I'm able to thank each part for the value that it's trying to provide me, and then I'm able to choose more consciously. Whether I want to go to the gym, or whether I want to have an evening where I relax, but this is a complete and total conscious process for me, people often experience the same in their conflict around food where there's a part of them that knows that they're full. And yet there's a part of them that wants to continue eating. Or even with individuals who smoke knowing that smoking is unhealthy yet. There's that part of them that just doesn't want to stop smoking until we be come conscious of all of our unconscious or subconscious parts than they will continue to behave in the way that they have been and at a subconscious level, these parts believe that they are benefiting you in some way, the goal of parts there is essentially to create greater inner balance and integration between these different parts of self. It's about bringing these unconscious parts to a conscious level of awareness beginning to negotiate with these parts and coming up with alternate patterns of behavior. In today's exercise. You're going to have the opportunity to experience a parts therapy process that assists with overcoming inner conflict. So if you so choose in you'd like to participate. Late in the session. Take a moment and think of something that causes you in her conflict. Maybe there's a part of you that really wants to go to the gym more eat, healthy or stopped smoking. But there's a part of you that continues to engage in the behavior that you want to stop or maybe there's a part of you that wants to find a new job or a new career. And yet there's a part of you that is perfectly happy staying where you are. Do you have something that causes inner conflict? Good, then let's begin. Find a place where you can relax and let go for these next few moments. Issue body in the most comfortable position for you. And whenever you're ready, close your eyes. And with your eyes closed begin to focus on your breathing. Feeling the coolness is you breath in. And feeling the warmth is you breathe out. The coolness is you breathe in. And the warmth as you breathe out. And just allow every breath that you take to move you further and deeper into relaxation. Nothing bothers you. Nothing disturbs. You. Just following your breath. The in breast and the out breath. And just begin to allow all of the muscles in your body to become soft and relaxed.
"nlp" Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"Hello. And welcome to the hypnosis and podcast, the podcast that teaches you how to tap into the power of your mind to improve your life. My name is Donald curry. I'm registered psychotherapist master, hypnotherapist, NLP practitioner and hypnosis instructor. In today's episode. You're going to have the opportunity to experience a hypnosis action focused on building motivation to make the changes in your life that you desire. I'm glad you're here. And I hope that you find this podcast inspiring. And that it sparks within you the motivation to make your life better. If you're ready to dive even deeper you can explore with programs from my hypnosis store at WWW dot hypnosis dot media. You can explore hypnosis in the comfort and safety of your home. Each program has been lovingly created and was designed with you in mind, you can learn how to let go of the past with our new transformational program package you receive four programs to assist you in letting go of the past and living life more fully in the present moment, you'll receive healing your inner child forgiveness releasing guilt and shame and releasing the past enter the code hypnosis at checkout for a fifteen percent discount. Making changes, no matter how big or small the changes are can be challenging preparing to make changes like sowing seeds in the fertile soil of the subconscious mind, this guided hypnosis session will ease you into the process of change by Ebeling you to reprogram your subconscious mind with the appropriate information knowledge, and wisdom that will empower you to feel calm and relaxed through your process of change. It will also prepare you by planting the appropriate seeds within the garden of your mind that will prepare you to take action and begin doing what is necessary to make the changes that you desire this recording.