Introducing Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP): A Practical Guide Paperback – 4 Aug 2011
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About the Author
Neil Shah is a stress management consultant, success coach and motivational speaker. He also has a longstanding interest in hypnotherapy, neurolinguistic programming and strategies to promote well-being, and has trained extensively in these fields. He is the founder and director of the Stress Management Society (www.stress.org.uk), one of the UK's leading authorities on stress management and well-being issues, and managing director of the consultancy firm Praesto Training and Development (www.praesto.uk.com). He is a qualified practitioner in hypnotherapy and counselling and communication skills, and a licensed practitioner of NLP, having trained with Richard Bandler and Paul McKenna. He is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, the General Hypnotherapy Register and the NHSTA Directory of Complementary and Alternative Practitioners. He is a regularly featured media expert on stress, writing for newspapers and magazines including Men's Health and Top Sante, as well as providing consultancy support to large corporations such as British Airways and Shell.
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The book provides a highly accessible introduction to the techniques of neurolinguistic programming in nicely digestible chunks. It is an eye opener in many ways, especially as it is mindful in telling you that you can't use this to change other people, but you can change yourself so that other people relate to you better.
Whether you want to learn how better to influence people, how to overcome phobias or how to prepare yourself for any situation, this book is an excellent starting point. It may be all you need in itself, and if not, Shah provides a helpful list of further reading and information resources to further your studies.
It warrants a second read or more to make sure you've fully grasped all of what it gives you. I found myself at times so enthused at what I was reading that I didn't really take it in. Next read, pad and pen at the ready and then I can properly learn how to change my filter so that I no longer need to write things down in order to commit them to memory.
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