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The little NLP workbook / Jeremy Lazarus.

Lazarus, Jeremy. (Author).

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  • ISBN: 9781854585738 (electronic bk.)
  • ISBN: 1854585738 (electronic bk.)
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource
  • Publisher: [United States] : Crimson Publishing : 2012.

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Summary, etc.: NLP principles you can apply to your life today. The Little NLP Workbook is a practical, hands-on guide that is packed with neuro-linguistic programming exercises to help you take your life in the direction you want to take it. Each exercise is designed to be simple, yet thought-provoking, enabling you to master NLP quickly and easily and allowing you to use its concepts and tools in your everyday life. As an interactive introduction to NLP, The Little NLP Workbook explains what NLP is, what it involves and how you can use NLP to develop the mindset for success. Discover how to: Be true to yourself Understand and change behaviours Turn negatives into positives Influence and get people on your side Written by a certified NLP Master Trainer, The Little NLP Workbook is for anyone looking for an intensely practical guide to harnessing the power of NLP, helping you understand how others achieve excellence and how to apply that thinking to your own life. Each NLP process is explained step-by-step, with accompanying easy-to-follow NLP exercises allowing you to improve your communication and apply NLP techniques to your own situation. The Little NLP Workbook is also structured as a handy guide that can be revisited again and again to refresh your memory, or as and when your life circumstances change. Concise, portable and easy to digest, The Little NLP Workbook will help you understand the benefits of NLP, give you expert coaching on how to put into practice NLP techniques and achieve excellence today.
System Details Note: Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject: Neurolinguistic programming.
Electronic books.

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