So you want to be a star at work? NLP is your ticket to excellence in every situation. With NLP you can aim higher, do more, and stand out from the crowd. How to Succeed with NLP tells you how. What you really need to do to be successful, NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) is the art and science of personal excellence. It’s a commonsense, everyday psychology that will help you identify the most successful people, work out what they do, and break down all the steps you need to emulate their success.
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Increase your confidence
Improve your influencing skills
Create a rapport with others
Communicate more effectively
Understand the use of body language
Handle conflict situations
Trust your intuition
Go from good to great
How to Succeed with NLP will make you more effective in every aspect of your work, helping you to really achieve your full potential. With the tools and techniques included here, everything you need to excel, shine and progress in your career is within your grasp.
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- John "I'm a lawyer and mediator. I represent businesses in disputes with their insurers and in other complex litigation. I also assist machinery companies and manufacturers (primarily international) with equipment sales, non-disclosure agreements, and business issues. I also mediate commercial disputes."
I don't think the narrator was the issue here.
This book was like listening to the song that never ends. Despite its title, the book professes at the beginning that it will not teach the concepts of NLP necessary to understand what it's trying to accomplish. For the rest of what I could actually stand to listen to, the book talks in circles, never actually getting to the meat of the matter. My guess is the author had about 3 paragraphs worth of stuff and figured no one would buy something that short, so he added hours of padding. I bet in school, his essays had the words "very, very, very, very... " in a lot of sentences. I bought it with a subscription credit, which means that I spent $11 on what was essentially a poorly written pamphlet.