Introducing Neuro-linguistic Programming: Psychological Skills for Understanding and Influencing People

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Thorsons, 1993 - Psychology - 245 pages
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Some people appear more gifted than others. NLP, one of the fastest growing developments in applied psychology, describes in simple terms what they do differently, and enables you to learn these patterns of excellence.

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This book is exactly what it promises to be, an introduction to neurolinguistic programming (NLP). The first chapter gives a brief background of the two authors, Joseph O'Connor and John Seymour, and ... Read full review

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This book is exactly what it promises to be, an introduction to neurolinguistic programming (NLP). The first chapter gives a brief background of the two authors, Joseph O'Connor and John Seymour, and ... Read full review

About the author (1993)

Joseph O'Connor is a trainer, consultant and author of nine books including THE ART OF SYSTEMS THINKING, INTRODUCING Nlp, PRINCIPLES OF NLP. His work has been translated into ten languages. He travels internationally to lecture on NLP and runs his own NLP website. He lives in New Malden, Surrey (KT3 4AA).
John Seymour is a psychologist and NLP trainer, founder of John Seymour Associates, the longest established NLP training centre in Britain. He is also an Associate Tutor at the Further Education Staff College.

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