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Summary

This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to instantly improve your behavior and make the most out of opportunities around you using techniques that have been proven to work.

Neurolinguistic programming, or NLP, has been around for decades. Since its introduction to the world of neuroscience and behavioral psychology, NLP has empowered millions of people by teaching them how to break bad habits, let go of fears, boost self-confidence, and improve their mental skills. By learning NLP techniques, you will be able to harness your full potential and bring out the best version of yourself.

This book is not just about what NLP is. It will provide you with a step-by-step guide to mastering certain NLP techniques - tips that you can use right now.

Here is what this book will teach you:

  • What NLP is
  • How to create and break habits
  • How to collapse your anchors/li>
  • Future pacing
  • How to turn mistakes into learning experiences
  • And much, much more!

©2016 Rachael Schwartz (P)2016 Rachael Schartwz

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  • J. Willden
  • 30-08-16

Short, superficial, narration is slightly pedantic

Covers the bare basic concepts of NLP, and gives some examples of how some people might apply them. Spoken narration was slow, overly academic.