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Pages: 192

Language: English

Publisher: Teach Yourself (30 April 2004)

By: Steve Bavister(Author) Amanda Vickers(Author)

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· Are you new to Neuro Linguistic Programming?
· Do you want a better understanding of what makes you and others tick?
· Are you seeking clearer goals, more effective communication and better relationships?

NLP gives you straightforward access to understanding Neuro Linguistic Programming – the study of subjective experience – and helps you to put the ideas and techniques into practice in your personal and professional life, both in your behaviour and in your important relationships.
Exercises, activities, case studies, anecdotes and quizzes are used to bring each area to life. Business-related applications will be evident throughout, and the book is relevant for anyone seeking a solid grounding in NLP and will cover NLP Practitioner level training and beyond.


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  • By Mr. L. Baker on 24 May 2004

    I've often tended to be a bit sneery about the "Teach Yourself" series - without good reason. Some of this is down to price snobbery, it's cheap so it can't be good. This is not a "Dummies guide" either. They're too expensive and too hard to read.This book is a great springboard for further learning. Not only does it give you the basics, it also gives you plenty of exercises to follow.Buy this book if you are new to NLP, and as it's small you might find yourself carrying around with you as a handy refernce, I do.

  • By Mr. Serguei Korjov on 9 December 2009

    This book was advised to me by my NLP tutor as the best introduction to NLP both for students and curious people. Its written in a simple language and gives a clear and sublime message of this powerful knowledge. This book will help to master basic technics of NLP and will inspire readers to enhance their own lifes and those they love. Highly recomend! Beautiful book!

  • By J. Duducu on 6 March 2008

    If you want a text book that lays out the details of NLP then buy this, but really does Steve Bavister have to deliberately write in such a dry way? The excessive use of jargon- a signature theme of NLP seems to be make it sound complicated then explain how easy it is...why not just make it simple to begin with? Each section is followed by a paucity of examples or case studies and that is inexcusable.I do think some of the reviews are mistaking the information held in the book (and NLP processes are not unique to this book) with the quality of the book itself which isn't of a high standard. Saying that if you ever wanted to find out what NLP is and how it can help your mind set and communication (and it can) this is a useful text book to get, just read a few pages at a time and then discuss with a friend because as an actual "read" it is beyond dull.

  • By A. Barrow on 16 September 2006

    I was highly recommended this book by a friend, and it absolutely fulfilled my expecations. I was new to NLP, but it was a subject that I had been fascinated and intrigued by. I read this book hoping to get an introduction to the subject. I got this, and much, much more. Whilst the book covers lots of content, it makes it very simple and manageable. The style is clear and well structured. Theory is expertly combined with practice, and the principles are explained in such a way that you feel comfortable putting them into practice pretty much immediately. I would absolutely recommend this to anyone looking to understand NLP. It is an enjoyavle and engaging read. Enjoy!!

  • By E. Williams on 16 December 2013

    this book is not the easiest read as it's not written for fun/entertainment the way that Paul Mckenna writes but it is incredible and the tricks you can use will definitely change your life if you are experiencing 'issues' - worth it just to find out about the 'anchoring' technique alone - but it's best to read more about the whole subject in this book in order to actually understand how/why anchoring works - but believe me - anchoring can change your life as it really DOES work!!!!Because the techniques are tools that can enable you to sort out and control ANY issue in your life - whether it be depression, smoking, phobias, public speaking or just to be a better salesperson!

  • By GREBO133 on 30 October 2011

    A very good introduction to NLP with easy to understand descriptions of NLP concepts. Generallyu, an excellent overview on the subject. My knowledge of NLP is starting to make sense and I want to learn more. I definitely recommend this book.

  • By Dr glen samuels on 3 November 2013

    Concise and well written in easy to understand language and set out which you would imagine an NLP book to be. Very useful introduction to NLP.

  • By Racheal Sharman on 2 January 2006

    NLP is fantastic! my friend went off and did the course..He has changed my life as i struggle with my weight (although he says it is down to me).My daughter struggled with giving up smoking .. not with NLP she gave up that day and has never smoked since.......NLP FANTASTIC ...GO BUY THE BOOK!

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