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Laureli Blyth & Dr. Heidi Heron, PsyD
30 Days to NLP is a reader friendly introduction to Neuro Linguistic Programming. This book takes you on a thirty day exploration into the inner workings of the mind. It sheds a remarkable light on the patterns of thought, emotion and behaviors of yourself and others. Each day unfolds a new facet of NLP with explanations, examples and exercises that develop both your conscious and unconscious NLP skills.
Based on the NLP certification trainings with the Worldwide Institutes of NLP conducted by International NLP Trainers Laureli Blyth and Dr. Heidi Heron, Psy.D., this book is conversational, easy to comprehend and accessible to anyone who has a desire to develop themselves and their knowledge of NLP.
Dan Bagley & Ed Reese
Beyond Selling brings to light specific belief systems adopted by high achievers, specific steps for building rapport in general business and corporate environments, key questions to ask to identify and prioritize customers’ needs, a simple system for determining clients’ sorting styles and buying strategies, how to effectively offer your plan, how to properly use imbedded suggestions (and how not to use them), a simple step-by-step procedure for handling objections while maintaining rapport and much more. Beyond Selling is based on years of sales and sales management experience, sales seminar work with thousands of salespeople, and years of NLP applications and training experience. It also incorporates the latest findings in influence strategies and weaves them in without relying on jargon or cumbersome theoretical tangents.
Working with many top British and American companies over the last thirty years, Martin Roberts has developed an enviable reputation for solving problems seen by others as insoluble. He attributes this to his ability to adapt and apply to business problems techniques derived from the field of psychology. These include: NLP, Gestalt Therapy, Behavioral Modification, Transactional Analysis. This book is about how to “do” excellent Change Management using a variety of techniques, and is based on real-life experiences. Many of the methodologies presented here have never previously been published, as the author and his colleagues felt they were priceless “trade secrets”. The book thus contains many new concepts and applications for consultants, would-be consultants and everyone involved in change within a business setting. It also provides an intriguing insight into why many fashionable “cook-book” approaches to change run into problems – and how to avoid repeating them.
Connirae & Steve Andreas
If you already have some NLP training, this sequel to “Using Your Brain – For A Change” will help you build on your current skills. The chapters highlight advanced NLP techniques in a clear, thorough way. This book serves as a definitive guide to timelines – how people mentally code their past, present, and future – and how to use timelines to produce change rapidly. The Andreases have also included strategies for responding to criticism, shifting criteria, eliminating compulsions, getting out of destructive behaviors or relationships, helping externally-referenced individuals make their own decisions, and more. Counseling professionals will appreciate the specific, brief therapy interventions.
By Michael Hall ~ Exploring the Structure and Meaning of Language ~ Michael Hall has revised and expanded his classic book, The Secrets of Magic. This thoroughly updated and restructured work explores the Meta-model, which lies at the heart of communication excellence in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming), Dr Hall demonstrates how your life can be dramatically enriched by having complete control over how you relate and interpret what you are communicating to others. In a clear and logical manner the author examines: how language affects the mind-body system; how language can perform magic-like feats in the nervous and immune systems; and how the magic can bless, empower and enable us to take charge of running our own brains.
A brilliant guide to becoming an effective consultant using the techniques of NLP. The author begins by posing the questions: What is consultancy and why is it important? In answering these she ensures that, before you embark on a career in consultancy, you understand what exactly is relevant in today’s marketplace. Consult Yourself provides personal aptitude and attitude tests, allowing you to initially assess the benefits and risks of a career in consulting, and contains invaluable advice on obtaining a position as a consultant, becoming self-employed, or, indeed, employing a consultant yourself. Most importantly Consult Yourself presents essential NLP-based techniques that will revolutionise your approach to planning, analysis, problem solving, IT, networking, marketing; and the best NLP-derived tools that will enable you to: manage your time; present information; interview; coach; collaborate; evaluate and be confident. Applying the insights of NLP to this competitive sphere, this is a consultancy guide that offers unique and progressive consultancy strategies
Connirae & Tamara Andreas
Core Transformation will take you on a healing inner journey to the depths of your being. You’ll be guided through 10 simple steps, through which your limitations become the doorway to powerfully transforming states of being that most people describe as “inner peace” “love” or “oneness.” Through the process, these states become your new foundation for living. With these states uncovered in the specific way described in the book, many limitations melt away, and even deeply-entrench. The process is surprisingly simple, and the experience of doing it feels like a kindness to yourself long overdue. With the clear, step-by-step guide, comes lots of assistance in how to make sure the process fits for you. This book is likely to be a profoundly life-changing experience.
At some point in our lives we are probably all called upon to make a presentation of some sort. It may be at school, a social function or for some professional purpose. In fact, the demands of the ‘information age’ make it increasingly necessary and likely that we will need to make presentations as part of our normal activities. To make an effective presentation requires that we be able to communicate and relate to other people. These are very basic skills, yet they are not typically taught to us as part of our traditional classroom education or professional training. The purpose of this book is to provide some of the key practical communication and relational skills necessary to make effective presentations. While the skills in this book are relevant for all types of presentations, the focus of the book is on people who must make presentations for professional reasons. In particular, it focuses on presentations to be made for teaching and training purposes – i.e., those related to organizational learning. While this obviously includes professional trainers and teachers, it also includes managers, consultants and others who need to share knowledge and information. The book covers three general areas involved in making effective presentations in a learning context including 1) basic principles for forming an effective communication strategy, 2) designing and planning effective presentations and presentation materials and 3) managing issues related to motivation and interactions within a group or audience.
Coaching is the process of helping people and teams to perform at the peak of their abilities. It involves drawing out people’s strengths, helping them to bypass personal barriers and limits in order to achieve their personal bests, and facilitating them to function more effectively as members of a team. In recent years, the notion of coaching has evolved to include new and more comprehensive forms–executive coaching and life coaching, which can be referred to as capital “C” Coaching. Large “C” Coaching involves helping people effectively achieve outcomes on a range of levels. We guide people to learn about new environments, for instance; coach them to improve specific behavioral competencies; teach them new cognitive capabilities; mentor empowering beliefs and values; sponsor growth at the identity level; and awaken people¹s awareness of the larger system or “field.” This book defines the types of contexts and situations which require the capital “C” Coach to focus on one of these roles–caretaker, guide, coach, teacher, mentor, sponsor, awakener–and provides a specific toolbox for each role. In other words, it provides a comprehensive tool set to be used by an effective coach to manage the entire scope of large “C” Coaching activities–from caretaking to awakening.
Connirae & Steve Andreas
Explore the possibilities of NLP for your life. You’ll find a sampler of NLP techniques for achieving a variety of common goals such as overcoming stage fright, learning to spell better, becoming more independent in relationships, eliminating allergic symptoms, responding resourcefully to criticism, asserting yourself respectfully, staying slender, resolving internal conflict or grief, and much more. The easy-to-understand format makes this one of our best sellers.