Mind Warriors: Winning Strategies with NLP simplifies the mystique of NLP and unravels its tools and techniques to help you achieve emotional excellence. Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a powerful system that enables you to perform more effectively. This book provides business executives, enthusiasts and practitioners with a powerful yet simple set of practices to increase their Emotional Intelligence. Through this powerful approach you will be able to manage your own lives and interact with others better, forging magically meaningful relationships with integrity and excellence to improve your professional and personal lives, quickly! Written in an easy-to-understand way, Mind Warriors presents NLP exercises and practices as they are taught and practiced in the West lucidly and authentically, with stories, anecdotes and philosophical connectors from both NLP and eastern philosophy. Master these techniques today and get ready to make some fabulous and dramatic changes in your life!
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The author tries to cram every tired platitude and cliché in the English language into one book. It would have been more interesting if the work was more focused on the subject, NLP. Disappointing that Audible is charging money for something like this.
I love to make my mind think and in totally new ways. In that way I can make my world in my minds eye bigger. Maybe I just need more space?
Very good and solid explanation of NLP, with lots of examples. If ypu know NLP, then it's not much new.
A personal touch to the content and it makes it more easy to see one self compared to NLP.
But a great beginners NLP book!
"Directionless and obviously not written for audio"
Seemingly written by a wannabe 'guru', who steers away from science and instead takes the path of patronising philosophy. The book obviously isn't intended for audio, often branching into endless lists of information which lacks direction and soon becomes a bore to follow.
NLP is a fascinating subject but this book certainly doesn't capture it. The overwhelming desire of the author to impart his social wisdom drowns out the books presumed intention.
On a more positive note, the narrator is fairly enthusiastic!
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