NLP: Frame Control

  • by Modern Psychology Publishing
  • Narrated by Terry F. Self
  • 0 hrs and 46 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Do you wish that you had infallible confidence? Do you sometimes feel as if there is some secret key to social influence, and if you just knew what it was, you could be more successful, have more money, and influence people more easily?
The key to increased success in all areas of life comes from gaining a higher degree of control over your psychology. Learn what the most successful entrepreneurs, business leaders and politicians already know, that the key to success comes from a specifically formulated mindset.
Frame control is about knowing what it takes to win - always. Frame control is about finding your center: Knowing what influences you, so that you can influence others.
Stop being influenced and manipulated by people who already know this psychological secret - and instead learn to use it to your advantage!
Whether you are looking to land a big deal, convince your spouse to get on board with a decision, or pick up a hot date, Learn this powerful NLP concept to gain the upper hand in any social situation.
In this book you will learn:


The core principle behind frame control, and the key to social authority
The brain science behind how this phenomenon is constantly influencing all of your interactions
The four characteristics of people with strong frame control
The habits that you need to develop to stop being influenced, and start influencing others
How to turn any situation to your advantage

This book is highly actionable, with step-by-step exercises included, to guide you on your journey of self-mastery. Download now, and start transforming your life today!

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Customer Reviews

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Basic Self Help Psycho Babble. Waste of money and time!

Basic Self Help Psycho Babble. Waste of money and time!

Nothing good about framing or reframing here.
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- Ensight

cliff notes style how to book

it was good but very short and needs more substance. it read like an outline or Reader's digest abridged version.
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- Jason Barth

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-15-2016
  • Publisher: Modern Psychology Publishing