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Introducing NLP: Psychological Skills for…

Introducing NLP: Psychological Skills for Understanding and Influencing…

by Joseph O'Connor, John Seymour (Author)

Other authors: Robert Dilts (Foreword), John Grinder (Preface)

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Like the creative composer, some people are more gifted at living than others.  They do have an effect on those around them, but the process stops there because there is no way of describing in technical terms just what it is they do, most of which is out of awareness.  Some time in the future, a long, long time from now when culture is more completely explored, there will be an equivalent of musical scores that can be learned, each for a different type of man or woman in different types  of jobs or relationship, for time, space, work, and play.   We see people who are successful and happy today, who have jobs which are rewarding and productive.  What are the sets, isolates, and patterns that differentiate their lives from those of the less fortunate?  We need to have a means for making life a little less haphazard and more enjoyable.
- Edward T. Hall, The Silent Language
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As I sat wondering how to begin this book, I remembered meeting a friend a few days before.
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This book offers the practical skills used by outstanding communicators. Excellent communication is the basis of creating excellent results. NLP skills are proving invaluable for personal development and professional excellence in counseling, education and business.… (more)

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