Where other teachers would say 'try to', Frankie would say 'find that it is easy to'.
Trying is a state of efforting.
Try to get out of your chair. It's not the same as getting up out of your chair. Someone said that saying you will 'try' is expecting approval for promising to fail. The only use of 'try' that I like is when it's in the sense of an experiment...'see what it's like if you ...' You see even there you can re=language it.
It's good to remain spontaneous and not over-police language. But when one is in position of leadership, it's useful to be focused on creating opportunity for others - at least that's my view on leadership.
Language creates reality - in as much as reality exists - i.e. we all live according to our version of 'reality' - we define it by language which is, inescapably, fiction. It's handy to live one's life with 'useful fictions'.
So Frankie opened a door, NLP provided some tips and Marshall Rosenberg continued the journey.
If you are a teacher or facilitator, enjoy finding it easy to choose enabling, curiosity-provoking language.