Unlimited Power: The New Science of Personal Achievement Paperback – 2 Jan 2001
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This self-help guide shows readers step-by-step how to perform at their peak while gaining emotional and financial freedom, attaining leadership and self-confidence, and winning the confidence of others. It should enable the reader to gain the knowledge and courage to remake themselves.
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Tony Robbins is a philanthropist and #1 New York Times bestselling author. He lives in Palm Beach, Florida.
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However there possibly lies one of my reservations of bestowing unreserved praise on Unlimited Power: The New Science of Personal Achievement (1984), for as far as I can tell, it is one of the first Self-improvement books to market NLP to a much broader audience and as such could rightly be entitled ‘NLP Unlimited’ such is the wholesale plundering of the Master Practitioner syllabus. Greatness surely demands originality which did leave me rather wandering what is it Tony actually bring to the Self-help party?
There is is no doubting his eloquence in languaging - he weaves his charm with some of the most poignant personal anecdotes of NLP application I have ever read reflecting in most his open kind heartedness, intuitive awareness and above all infectious humanity - with a personal magnetism that comes across as less academic than the original NLP founders. There are areas where he shares his life wisdom as if you happened to meet him down the pub, such as his keys to wealth, health and happiness: resource management in learning how to handle frustration, rejection, financial pressure, complacency, purpose, and discipline, including his philosophies of “two quarters” (abundance) and staying away from “coffee-spot seminars” There is also a fairly enlightening section on alternative nutrition (a.k.a. energy and physical vitality) which came as a surprise is still as relevant today as it was in 1984 - which either shows how ahead of the curve Tony was back then, or the continuing sloth-like pace of cultural change in this area!
Essentially then Unlimited Power is about one thing - it practices what it preaches. As a master of communication in dealing with the challenges that life gives him we are in fact modelling the communication process on Tony in a way that causes us to successfully change things “in not taking the adversities of life as limitations by bridging gaps, building new paths, sharing new visions etc.” For those new to NLP this is as much of an action packed introductory approach I think you could possibly hope to wish for, and..ha ha.. any resistance would be futile to the Robbins battery of flexible communication methods.
Does this book still kick derrière 35 years on? You bet - getting the wallet out for a fire-walk experience might be a next smart move...lol.
One of the things I love about Robbins' works is that we get a glimpse of his own personal experience of using the tools and methods he teaches.
If you want to find new direction for your life and achieve the goals you just dream of then read and use this book. I have certainly found the courage to achieve things I would not have thought possible, first in my career as an editor and now, stating out again, as a therapist and life coach. Courage and self-belief are just two of the things these books have taught me.
So glad they are now available on Kindle at last.