How would you like it if you were able to convince people 99% of the time?
Rafael Gurkovsky's The Real Mind Control holds the secrets!
Rafael Gurkovsky is a highly acclaimed author and speaker. His life's work revolves around leadership and management. He has written and co-written numerous leadership books and he's a regular guest speaker of several Fortune 500 corporate events. His success as a guru in leadership is rooted in the kind of past that he was brought up with. His leadership and self-help advices will astound you. He provides insights that are both scientific and practical. As his life experience will suggest, you are sure to become a better person after finishing one of his books.
Rafael's book is a radical take on Neuro-Linguistic Programming. You'll find easy-to-understand methods that will dramatically enhance your convincing power!
In today's world, leverage is everything. It gets you places and brings you security. Did you know that gaining leverage doesn't necessarily mean you have to have money and power? All it takes is an ability to make people believe in you and make them do what you need them to do. That's what Rafael's book on neuro-linguistic programming will teach you. You will develop the ability to take control of any situation and always be steps ahead of everybody.
The ultimate goal of Neuro-linguistic programming is to give you an advantage over people. Let's face it. Life isn't what you see in TV. It's ruthless, relentless, and it won't stop if you need a break. Gaining real freedom requires you to gain people who are on your side; people who either work for you or work with you.
Make people listen to you. Make people agree with you. Make people follow you.
©2016 Rafael Gurkovsky (P)2016 Rafael Gurkovsky
Enjoyable offering for someone looking to understand the intricacies of what NLP can do in specific settings, unfortunately comes off as a sales pitch for NLP ideas and therapies far too often instead of actually being particularly useful for someone looking to benefit from the use of NLP
The narration on every chapter starts strong but gets weaker progressively, the frequent mistakes and *click* repeats make following the audio work a little more difficult than usual.
"good introduction to ideas in NLP, but..."
seems to be an infomercial sort of book to prime you to spend money on seminars and therapists. feels a little like an educational primer for self brainwashing... not saying my mind wouldn't benefit from having a few things rinsed out, but...
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