Success Mastery with NLP : Nightingale-Conant: Mind-Tech

  • by Charles Faulkner, Robert McDonald
  • Narrated by Charles Faulkner, Robert McDonald
  • Series: Nightingale-Conant: Mind-Tech
  • 7 hrs and 2 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

Enjoy the reward and the journey!
Neuro-linguistic Programming, or NLP, is a remarkable technology that unlocks many of the secrets of how the brain programs itself. Once you learn these patterns, you become the programmer. You learn that your life is not shaped by events, but by how you interpret them. With NLP, you can change how you are affected by the past in the present and how you will affect the future. In Success Mastery with NLP, you will take a giant step further by focusing on techniques for the total person. You will learn to get the most enjoyment out of your daily life while moving toward your goal. You'll take as much satisfaction from the journey as from the reward. You will also discover how to:

Transform the excuses that hold you back into optimistic beliefs that lead you forward
Use NLP submodalities to create a mastery state of mind for an invincible attitude
Align your various thoughts to build inner agreement and a greater degree of certainty about all your decisions
Bring more pleasure into your life and use pleasure as a beacon for improving the quality of your life and work

Success Mastery with NLP is about having it all... your dreams... your desires... and a better life to enjoy them, today. It is designed to help you change your own mental programs. It's like software for the brain!


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Very disappointing

I recently listened to my first NLP book "The Ultimate Introduction to NLP; How to Build a Successful Life". I enjoyed it very much!! So much so that I eagerly searched for another one on NLP to listen to. This one had good ratings and so I chose it. I had my concerns about the narrators after listening to the sample but gave it a go. I will not be finishing this book nor will I be listening to any other books by these authors. They seem to narrate all of their books, and the narration is not good in my opinion. They sound like kindergarten teachers. Sigh... This book is a "sit down" book as it has many exercises and they often ask you to "Stop the tape". That throws me too. I haven't listened to a "tape" in I don't know when. Or he will have you do an exercise, usually involving your imagination - He will pause, say "take your time", and then a few seconds later will say, "GOOoood!" after each pause. I found this somewhat insulting for lack of a better word. A dumbing down. Very distracting. Plus, he doesn't give enough time for you to do what he has asked and so one would HAVE to stop the audio, in order to think. This is NOT a book that you can listen to while driving. Don't even try. Too much of "stop the tape", or "get a pen and paper" and so on... It is useless for my purposes. I listen to books while I am DRIVING, commuting, and / or doing something mundane. When I am sitting down, I am doing research for work. One of the main reasons I choose audio books. Sorry. I cannot recommend this, at all.
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- Ginger

A bit dated

A bit dated but makes me want to do some more research. Narrator quality okay
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- Coffee lover

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-14-2014
  • Publisher: Nightingale-Conant