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Publisher's Summary

Now you can possess charisma, confidence, and true personal power all winners have: the power of rapport.

Instant Rapport allows you to forge an immediate bond with anyone, anywhere. It will literally remake the way the world sees you. Author Michael Brooks, nationally acclaimed communications expert, shares the same Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques he has taught to Fortune 500 executives in his renowned seminars. These remarkable secrets, also used by the U.S. Olympic Team and the U.S. Army, will help you take charge of your personal and business life, improve social relationships, win new clients and much more. Learn how to:

  • Express yourself with dynamic clarity.
  • Control the way people see you.
  • Overcome others' resistance in a way you never have before.
  • Achieve fulfilling relationships.

Create new levels of personal power using Instant Rapport, the communications science of the 1990s.

©1991 Michael Brooks (P)1991 Nightingale Conant

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great work

I've read the book a few years back and ran across the audio version while driving. love it

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Full book?

Not sure if this was the full book? It seems like just the first part.