Magic Of Nlp Demystified

Author: Byron Lewis
Editor: Crown House Publishing
ISBN: 184590818X
Size: 12,88 MB
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With new and updated material this is the second edition of a work which has long been regarded as one of the best introductions to NLP and, in particular, its Language of Communication model, available. It introduces the reader to a remarkable new approach to the study of human communications and therapeutic change.Managers, sales people, consultants, therapists, parents educators - anyone interested in or involved with influential communications and personal change - will benefit from reading this book, which is written in an informal and entertaining style.

Magic Of Nlp Demystified

Author: Byron A. Lewis
Editor:
ISBN: 9781555520175
Size: 11,53 MB
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This the best selling introduction to Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), written in an informal and entertaining style. This book will intorduce the reader to a remarkable new approach to the study of human communications and therapeutic change. Managers, sales people, consultants, therapists, parents, educators -- anyone interested in or involved with influential communications and personal change will benefit from reading this unusual book.

About Addictions Notes From Psychology Neuroscience And Nlp

Author: Richard Gray
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1435755871
Size: 19,91 MB
Format: PDF
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About Addictions provides a perspective for clear thinking about what to do, rather than how to feel about addiction and addiction spectrum disorders. Richard Gray provides the reader with data from Psychology, Neuroscience and Neuro-Linguistic Programming, that will allow clear thought about the nature of these problems and what can be done. As he says in his introduction, this is a book to think with. It is short on doctrine and long on practical information about the nature of addictions and the structure of motivations for change. Gray provides information about diagnosis, reports on studies that say something very important about 'addictive substances' and research in neuroscience, motivation, and preference hierarchies. He provides techniques and perspectives from Neuro-Linguistic Programming to suggest some novel approaches to treating the problem.

The Art Of Reading Minds

Author: Henrik Fexeus
Editor: St. Martin's Essentials
ISBN: 125023641X
Size: 20,39 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The internationally bestselling guide to "mind-reading" by influencing those around you via non-verbal communication, from human psychology expert Henrik Fexeus. How would you like to know what the people around you are thinking? Do you want to network like a pro, persuade your boss to give you that promotion, and finally become the life of every party? Now, with Henrik Fexeus's expertise, you can. The Art of Reading Minds teaches you everything you need to know in order to become an expert at mind-reading. Using psychology-based skills such as non-verbal communication, reading body language, and using psychological influence, Fexeus explains how readers can find out what another person thinks and feels– and consequently control that person’s thoughts and beliefs. Short, snappy chapters cover subjects such as contradictory signs and what they mean, how people flirt without even knowing it, benevolent methods of suggestion and undetectable influence, how to plant and trigger emotional states, and how to perform impressive mind-reading party tricks. Fexeus gives readers practical (and often fun) examples of how to effectively mind-read others and use this information, benevolently, both in personal and professional settings.

Interrogations Confessions And Entrapment

Author: G. Daniel Lassiter
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387385983
Size: 20,46 MB
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- Represents the latest advances of the role of psychological factors in inducing potentially unreliable self-incriminating behavior - Chapters are authored by a diverse group psychologists, criminologists, and legal scholars who have contributed significantly to the collective understanding of the pressures that insidiously operate when the goal of law enforcement is to elicit self-incriminating behavior from suspected criminals - Reviews and analyzes the extant literature in this area as well as discussing how this knowledge can be used to help bring about needed changes in the legal system

Fully Alive From 9 To 5

Author: Louise LeBrun
Editor: Nepean, Ont. : Partners in Renewal Incorporated
ISBN: 9780968556689
Size: 18,42 MB
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Neuro Linguistic Programming

Author: Paul Tosey
Editor: Palgrave MacMillan
ISBN: 9780230516038
Size: 12,68 MB
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"Addressing the need for a discerning, research-based discussion of NLP, this book seeks to answer the many questions that clients, potential users and practitioners ask, including: what is NLP and what can it best be used for? This book looks at the rese

Public Health Skills

Author: Lesley Coles
Editor: Wiley-Blackwell
ISBN:
Size: 18,80 MB
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Specifically devoted to the development of public health skills for nurses, this text draws on the National Occupational Standards for the practice of public health and adapts the four domains and ten principles identified in the NMC Standards of proficiency for specialist community public health nursing.

Small Press Record Of Books In Print

Author: Len Fulton
Editor:
ISBN:
Size: 18,19 MB
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The Winning Edge

Author: Richard H. Lucas
Editor: Aspen Publishers
ISBN:
Size: 11,32 MB
Format: PDF
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Neurolinguistic programming is a psychological technique that explains the ways individuals receive, perceive and process information differently. Teaching the techniques to lawyers encourages them to listen, notice responses and become flexible in their delivery of information to assure the message they are delivering is heard by each receiver. This book discusses the importance of rapport in the courtroom and explains how people communicate. A step-by-step guide to negotiating and mediating techniques, with tips on avoiding common pitfalls, it shows lawyers how to establish and maintain rapport, and how to phrase statements to influence cases