- File Size: 334 KB
- Print Length: 152 pages
- Publication Date: December 23, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006PM1T8O
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,465,852 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Mind Hacking and Modelling - Volume 2 (Weird NLP) Kindle Edition
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After traveling the United States, and much of the world, he has settled in Australia, with his wife Victoria and enjoys gardening, spirituality and exploring what is possible - really possible for us as human beings - once we become clear about who we are - what we want - and how we are here to serve our tribe.
Top Customer Reviews
I swear--the guy knows his stuff. He makes NLP useable in daily life.
I took the one year training this book is based on. Reading this book can't replace the live training. And I bet some of it will be confusing without the live class. But if you don't learn a lot from it about adopting the patterns of successful people, I'd be shocked.
At this price, the book's a steal. (The live course was pretty expensive but worth it.) Grab it.
If the big one ever hits here in California, I'd grab my 20/20 materials and leave the Bandler, Grinder, Robbins and other NLP stuff on the shelf. That's no exaggeration. 20/20 is the real deal.
I was looking for a little bit more explanation for some of the ideas presented in his audio series, Positions of Power. And this book had exactly what I was looking for. It also had a lot of other idea stubs. It is essentially the notes for a course that he taught and not a fully polished book or I would have given it the full 5 stars.
I liked how this book broke down the thinking of some of the most effective people in the world. Because if I do the same things that everyone else is doing I will get the same results. And if I think about things the same way everyone else does, I will take the same actions they do. This book is a good first step for breaking out of that cycle.