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Over the years, Michael Losier earned a reputation as "The Law of Attraction How-to Guy", the first to turn Law of Attraction concepts and principles into practical tips and advice that are useful in daily life. Now, he's using the same listener-friendly approach to help people start or improve relationships at home and in the workplace the right way: by using the interpersonal communication model known as Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP).

With Law of Connection, people will:

  • Understand the four different communication styles (visual, auditory, kinesthenic, and auditory digital)
  • Learn the strengths and weaknesses of each style

  • Know where and when to implement which style
  • Discover how to apply language strategies and recognize patterns (reframing, pacing, installing, presupposing, chunking up/down)
  • Become experts at building, breaking, and repairing rapport

    Each section is complete with: easy-to-grasp explanations and examples of everyday and modeling conversations.

    The Law of Attraction showed listeners how to attract what they want.Law of Connection will teach them how to ensure that the relationships they attract will be harmonious, productive, and profitable.

  • ©2009 Michael J. Losier; (P)2009 Hachette Audio

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    • Overall

    Good information terribly narrated

    I guess the information is good if you can get past the Author and Narrator's annoying voice. The reason one would hire someone to narrate for them is because they have a bad speaking voice like this man.

    8 of 8 people found this review helpful

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    • Joe
    • Birmingham, AL, USA
    • 09-08-09

    Great concept - Horrible reading voice

    I agree with Mark, there is a reason why author's hire someone else to read their work aloud-- don't have good speaking voices. Losier's voice and tone is so bad you can hardly get through the book.

    If you can get past the voice, the actual content is very good. Losier's book "Law of Attraction" is much better because he doesn't read it!

    7 of 7 people found this review helpful

    • Overall

    Information & documentation very helpful

    Narration definitely needed help but the information more than made up for it as well as the accompanying documentation which helped me get a better understanding of the subject matter.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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    • Albert
    • 03-01-10

    Get over it!

    I agree the voice is a little annoying, but get over it. The content is good and worth it.

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful

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    • Kevin
    • Arlington, TX, United States
    • 12-03-10

    Skip this unless you enjoy having "notes" read

    When the author reads his own work, it is often cause for concern. Rarely does an author translate well to a reader, except David Allen, who pulls it off expertly. Michael Losier, on the other hand, falls into the more typical category of "should have had someone else read his book". But I'll add that the book itself needs help. It reads like someone's class notes from a psychology course on personality types and is both very basic and extremely boring. If you want NLP, stick with Dr. Bandler's material. This is very weak and was a significant disappoint - it's more about personality types than NLP techniques.

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

    • Overall

    Authors voice is painful but good content

    The book is structured similar to a text book. The authors brings you through the different communication styles and uses the repetition of style to lay the framework for this subject. Digital style was new to me as I only knew about 3 styles previously. Interesting read but Author is very dry.

    • Overall

    Better as a self read or maybe not!

    This book talks a lot about connecting with others via that particular person's style. There are 4 styles. Visual; Auditory; Kinesthetic; and Digital. Apparently, I'm not an auditory enough person for this book. To make matters worse, I already own this book as a Kindle™ eBook (bought through Amazon) and it didn't do anything for me, in that form, either because I forgot I own it.
    I wasted a credit getting this from Audible.

    1 of 3 people found this review helpful