There is no failure, only feedback
NLP is interested in outcomes. All results and behaviors are achievements, whether they are desired outcomes for a given task/context or not. At times we all attain outcomes or results that we do not want. This presupposition frames all outcomes as feedback; if it is our desired result, then we know we have achieved our outcome. If the results are other than intended, we use this as feedback to adjust our behavior, and learn.
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The fundamental presuppositions of NLP™ form the basis of operating assumptions from which the attitudes and techniques of NLP™ are built. They provide both a framework and an operational base for thinking which create the attitude and mindset facilitates the effectiveness of NLP™.