The New Psycho-cybernetics: The Original Science of Self-improvement and Success that Has Changed the Lives of 30 Million People

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Prentice Hall Press, 2002 - Self-Help - 322 pages
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With over 30 million copies sold since its original publication in 1960, Psycho-Cybernetics has been used by athletes, entrepreneurs, college students, and many others, to achieve life-changing goals -- from losing weight to dramatically increasing their income -- finding that success is not only possible but remarkably simple. Now updated to include present-day anecdotes and current personalities, The New Psycho-Cybernetics remains true to Dr. Maltz's promise: "If you can remember, worry, or tie your shoe, you can succeed with Psycho-Cybernetics!"

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User Review  - Stacye - Goodreads

Way more here than one time through can touch. I'm taking a break...reading something a little less taxing but I'll be back. Solid advice for those of us who need extra encouragement. Read full review

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User Review  - Maria - Goodreads

Psycho-Cybernetics is real science of self- improvement. If you read it patiently you will understand .... Interesting book. Psycho Cybernetics has many solutions. The most i like in this book the reality of the life stories that made me to interested it more. Read full review


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Maxwell Maltz, M.D., F.I.C.S. was one of the most important and renowned authors in the field of psychology. His books include "Creative Living for Today, The Magic Power of Self-Image Psychology," and the bestseller "Dr. Pygmalion," A brilliant plastic surgeon, he was also an internationally renowned professor and lecturer.

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