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- Publisher: Coaching Leaders (30 April 2013)
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- Language: English
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Practical NLP: How to use NLP principles to improve your life and work, even if you're not NLP trained Kindle Edition
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I would definitely recommend this book.
Gain a better understanding of all the little games your mind can play. And an idea of the steps you can take to make positive changes in your life. Great book well written!
The Presuppositions of NLP are a done to death subject. Almost every book on NLP has at least one chapter covering this... many of them manage to take what is usually a dull topic and make it even duller. Do we really need another book on the presuppositions of NLP?
The short answer is if it is Andy that is writing it then yes we do.
There are several things that Andy does that makes his treatment of the subject exceptional. Firstly he organises them into two sections and then connects them together in meaningful ways. The net result is that the book flows better than most on this subject and it also makes them easier to remember.
The second thing that Andy does is explain the presuppositions in simple grounded terms often giving real world examples of these principles working.
But the best bit of this book is Andy ends every chapter with a "Practical ways to make this principle work for you" section. This is pure brilliance. You leave each presupposition with exercises, techniques or things to think about that really ground these presuppositions into your reality.
The Presuppositions of NLP are not the sexy end of NLP but they are the fundamental cornerstone and the bit that probably makes the biggest difference to most people. As such they are covered in many of the NLP books that I have read. This is the first time I have been through them in a way I found entertaining, informative and practical.
It's an excellent read, thought provoking and entertaining at the same time with some genuine laugh-out-loud moments. This is a book that you will enjoy reading in one sitting as well as referring back to it time and time again.
No matter what business you are in, you work with people and this book will help you enjoy working with them and getting the best from them, whether they are an employee or customer, proving that you really don't have to be NLP trained to benefit from this book.
Barry Shaw Master Prac
As Andy says, even without going any further with NLP, you can gain some insights by understanding the "pre-suppositions".
There are many NLP books but this one is a great starting point.
Andy Smith has an excellent reputation as a leader in transforming lives and helping people develop strategies for transforming their lives in emotional intelligence and achieving goals for starters. So I knew this would be a bargain and something I can refer back to time and time again.
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