Brilliant NLP, What the Most Successful People Know, Say and Do

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Pearson Education, Limited, 2006 - Business & Economics - 113 pages
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Have you ever wondered how it is that two people faced with the same set of circumstances can produce opposite results? How some people seem to be able to achieve infinitely more than others whilst remaining cool, calm and collected? You may also have noticed how one person can have a tendency for attracting lively vibrant people around them whilst another is very good at attracting moaners and groaners. There are people who just seem to have life sorted out the way they want it, and others who are just surviving, struggling each day with frequent problems and difficulties. We may refer to the more successful people as lucky but is it really luck? Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) shows it s not it s all down to the way we think. The discoveries of two Americans back in the mid-70 s, who analysed what it was that made people consistently perform well, have inspired many thousands of people around the world to acquire the skills and attitudes of NLP - and improve their lives as a result.

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Interesting concepts, but these things are not teachable through books. Read full review

About the author (2006)

David Molden is Principal Researcher of the Irrigation and Water Resources Program, and now Coordinator of the Comprehensive Assessment for Water Management in Agriculture, for the International Water Management Institute in Colombo, Sri Lanka. He has over twenty-five years' experience in water resource management.

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