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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I need to read this one again. There are a lot of mental exercises that I am still completing. Be prepared to work. Read full review

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Contents

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Chapter Three
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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.

Dan S. Kennedy is president of Kennedy's Inner Circle, and has been writing sales letters for over twenty years for both large and small businesses. He is also a popular speaker on marketing and sales issues. His popular newsletter, The No B.S. Marketing Letter, reaches thousands of people in the U.S. and Canada while his Web site receives more than 10,000 dedicated visitors a month.

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