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A breath of fresh air,
This review is from: Supercoach: 10 Secrets To Transform Anyone's Life (Paperback)
Michael Neill has really been hitting his stride in the last couple of years and I have become a great fan of his work. In Super Coach he offers his thinking on how achieving what one wants does not need to be hard or painful or 100%. There are some really thought provoking gems like 'have an average day', 'three levels of change', differentiating goals and projects to name a few. I have been trying to work with `good enough' for a couple of years and he has some really helpful suggestions. Great for all those struggling perfectionists out there!
I just wish authors would stop using the word 'secret' on the front page of self help books. Apparently it sells more books to have certain words in the title but for me it just takes away from the author's authority and trust worthiness. There really were no `secrets' uncovered in this or any other self-help book I read in the last 20 years. Super Coach makes a lot of sense because Michael connects and shares his thoughts in a unique way with humour and heart. Secrets or no secrets it will be a bestseller.
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Mrs. C. M. Black says:
Carol North Devon - what a fantastic book really made me think and I have been a coach for many years. Easy to read and helpful to all really enjoyed doing the exercises. Techniques, stories and exercises that all work. I could see his expertise and feel general warmth jumping off the pages. Thank you Michael excellent book would recommend it to everyone. 10 out of 10
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