Imagine having the confidence and courage to go after your goals: a successful career; a rewarding relationship; a richer, fuller life. If you can dream it, you can do it - using the scientific methods of neurolinguistic programming (NLP). Through NLP, author Kent Sayre transformed himself from a painfully shy introvert into one of the nation's most dynamic NLP trainers. He's taught thousands how to break out of their shells and go after their dreams. Now, with his proven system, you too can harness the power of NLP and:
This isn't a collection of "pie in the sky" theories and "go for it" pep talks. It's a step-by-step program of ready-to-use tools, verbal and nonverbal techniques, and practical thinking exercises that direct your mind toward your goals. You'll be amazed how easy it is to interact with others; embrace opportunities; and enjoy parties, activities, work functions, and more.
©2008 Kent Sayre (P)2015 McGraw-Hill Education
"If you are serious about gaining more confidence, you must get this book!" (Robert Allen, best-selling author of The One Minute Millionaire)
"This wonderful book will give you the boost toward success that can make all the difference!" (Brian Tracy, author of Maximum Achievement)
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Listened to this title, not impressed at all... Far better books out there, such as some title from Nightingale-Conant regarding confidence. The narration was great, nothing against that, just the subject matter was severely diluted and offered nothing for me. Just tell yourself that you're confident? Ok, sure... Sup the negative self-talk? Of course... There I wrapped up the contents for you and saved you time and money.
I listen while I work.
This is book about Shyness and confidence not NLP. I GAVE UP LISTENING after 5 chapters of cliches. I expected more. The only good thing was the narrator.
it is a very good book my favorite chapter was chapter 13. Touches on a lot of points and very detailed exercises to perform to help correct learned behaviors.
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