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Teach Yourself NLP

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Neuro-linguistic programming, or NLP, is one of the hottest self-help techniques today, linking a person's psychological experience with its corresponding effect on the nervous system. Teach Yourself NLP begins with the basic theory and fundamentals of NLP and then introduces readers to practical techniques designed to help them improve both their professional and personal ...more
Paperback, 229 pages
Published January 21st 2005 by Teach Yourself (first published 2004)
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Jan 27, 2009 Meka marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
I have the Arabic Edition
Sparkster Hubs
Sep 13, 2014 Sparkster Hubs rated it it was amazing
This is one of the best, most informative and useful books I have read on the topic of NLP and could be somewhat considered to be a beginner's user manual for the human mind. Very articulate, well written and consistent and an extremely useful book for those that want to learn more about the human mind, communication and how people work.
Jan 03, 2014 Supinder rated it liked it
A succinct summary of the main pillars of nlp theory with several exercises included to build on identifying key nlp teciques, such as modelling and focusing on the language an individual is using. Some information is dated and has been superseded with research which focuses exclusively on the 'as if' techniques rather than reframing incidents mentally. Negative aspects is the limited number of citations and research which counter nlp, the author has pretty much only stuck with Grinder, Bandler, ...more
Nura Yusof
Aug 08, 2011 Nura Yusof rated it really liked it
An excellent overview and an immensely useful guide worth going back to again and again. A surprisingly easy read on a subject that can be hard to follow.

However, this book should never be considered as the only NLP guide you'll ever need. For instance, some of the techniques are a little tricky. Further reading from other resources can be useful to make for better understanding of the subject matter.
Haneen Alshujairy
Jun 11, 2012 Haneen Alshujairy rated it really liked it
got this book as a gift when I was 17, now even though I have a ritual of giving away every book I read after finishing it, this is the only book that's still in posessions. played an interesting role in changing the way I approached issues growing up.
Adam O'Connor
Feb 05, 2011 Adam O'Connor rated it it was amazing
NLP is a little-known branch in the study of psychology. very interesting. very powerful. this series of books is handy.
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