Understanding Neurological Processors

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Throughout my carrier I have seen alot of events in sales and marketing. It has lead me to believe that people (myself included) can process instructions much like a computer chip. Unlike regular programming languages where the language is strictly defined, this is more subtle. The language takes into account  audio, visual and other senses. Here are a couple of examples how people can process instructions.

5…4…X…2…1

Or

A room full of people and one person starts clapping and continues to clap.

If you were thinking 3 on the first example you would be correct and a high percentage of people would think the same. The second example, I have seen this many times and I am sure you have seen it as well. Everyone in the room will start clapping. Actually, this type of processing is so strong that, I would suspect it would be a higher percentage of people correctly processing the second example than the first.

With that, I would like to propose a new type of language Neurologically Executed Request Objects (NERO).

Contact me if you would like to work on this together.

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