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Teach Yourself NLP [Paperback]

Steve Bavister , Amanda Vickers
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April 30 2004 Teach Yourself Business Skills
Are you new to Neuro Linguistic Programming? Do you want a better understanding of what makes you and others tick? Are you seeking clearer goals, more effective communication and better relationships? "NLP" gives you straightforward access to understanding Neuro Linguistic Programming - the study of subjective experience - and helps you to put the ideas and techniques into practice in your personal and professional life, both in your behaviour and in your important relationships. Exercises, activities, case studies, anecdotes and quizzes are used to bring each area to life. Business-related applications will be evident throughout, and the book is relevant for anyone seeking a solid grounding in NLP and will cover NLP Practitioner level training and beyond.

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Steve Bavister is an experienced NLP coach, therapist, trainer, author and editor of RAPPORT - the magazine of the Association for Neuro-Linguistic Programming (ANLP). He has an honours degree in psychology. Amanda Vickers is a training consultant and executive coach. She is also an author and a Master Practitioner of NLP.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Thorough one-stop NLP Shop. March 10 2011
Teach yourself NLP gives the reader a quick and thorough description of various different aspects and techniques of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. This is a great primer for anyone interested in getting a complete quick idea of the subject. The authors make it an easy and comprehensive read, highlighting how to use the techniques ' practically.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best intro I've found Jan. 11 2007
By Harold Goodman - Published on Amazon.com
I am certified in all levels of NLP including as a trainer (by Wyatt Woodsmall, one of the best teachers in the field). I teach a 110 hour course on the Practitioner level. My library of NLP material is quite large. There are many books on the subject. This, which I recently came across, is probably the best introduction for a beginner. It will give you the nuts and bolts, the basic concepts, in a way which will permit you to go in any direction you wish. There are many approaches to NLP out there. This is the most neutral one that I know of.
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best NLP Book i have read Feb. 7 2007
By Grant Scott - Published on Amazon.com
I have read about 5 NLP books, this is the best one. Goes into good detail and explanation about why techniques work or dont work. When and how to use them. What to expect etc etc. Covers most of the NLP content you would ever want to know. If you just purchased this book and applied the exercises at the end of each chapter, you life would be absolutely amazing, heavenly. I have cant wait to start applying the info. Read it once about to read again and start applying. Great book, highly recommend.

If someone has anything negative to say about this book then it means they have not yet grasped the topic of NLP. Well done Steve.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Concise June 16 2007
By Spamtar - Published on Amazon.com
This is the most concise and straightforward books on NLP. Nothing really new to the science/art. Yet as a person who has studied NLP from other authors for years I never had as quiet a clear understanding of this basic premises until after I read this book. Recommended for both the beginner and the intermediate student of NLP.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars You really can change OVER NIGHT! Dec 27 2007
By Royal Rover - Published on Amazon.com
I had heard about NLP and that people were able to use it to instantly get rid of phobias, to stop bad habits, and to achieve business success. I bought this book to help me improve some habits at work. And so far it IS helping. I'm on Chapter 10, and so far have reduced my procrastinating significantly (by about 3/4 - meaning, what I used to procrastinate an hour on, I'm not spending more than 15 minutes avoiding now). Also, I have used some NLP processes to overcome my sales fear of "cold calling" - now I actually look forward to it!

If you're looking to change your thinking so that you can change the results you get in life, this book can help. Now you'll have to be willing to change, and have to be willing to do the work. The book provides details of how to do different exercises. But because each person is different, the way the exercise ends up being completed, and the results that each person gets, will vary from person to person.

If you want to explore NLP without having to pay an NLP practitioner for an office visit, this is a great place to start. I'm not knocking NLP practitioners - just saying that this is an economical way to explore NLP before booking the appointment or as an alternative for someone on a budget that will not allow an office/phone appointment.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Lots of details, no coherence April 15 2006
By J. Do - Published on Amazon.com
This book crams many, many details about NLP, but lacks the necessary coherence to understand and apply NLP as a consistent model. As such, it does not measure up to what is normally expected in the "teach yourself" series.

The book "Introducing NLP", by Joseph O'Connor & John Seymour, though more dated, serves as a better and more useful introduction to NLP.
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