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From Publishers Weekly
This is a comprehensive and intelligent success achievement program for setting and following through with personal and professional goals by the California behaviorist who popularized the method of "neurolinguistic programming" (NLP), or control of mind over body, culminating in his trainees' barefoot jaunt over hot coals. Essential to Robbins's "Ultimate Success Formula" are clarity of desired goals, energy, passion, persistence of action, effective communication skills and altruistic motives. His is a success prescription based on realistic and sophisticated ideology, best suited for those who have already "got what it takes" and simply have yet to make it happen.
Copyright 1987 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
From Library Journal
Robbins argues that by using a new technique called neurolinguistic programming (NLP) anyone can become successful at almost anything. NLP teaches us how to communicate success to ourselves. One of the best ways to do this is to model ourselves on people who are successful: Think, act, and speak like a success and you are on the way to being one. Despite much helpful material (even regarding nutrition), this book scarcely acknowledges the limitations that exist in people's lives. Of course, the whole thrust of NLP is to learn to focus on one's power and not on one's limits. But the text is too wordyit reads like a transcript of a series of talksand it also needs more structure and organization. Though it strives to be upbeat and encouraging, Unlimited Power still leaves mixed feelings. John Moryl, Yeshiva Univ. Lib., New York
Copyright 1986 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Chapter 10 covers changing your diet to improve performance. I tell you it works. I started on it 18 months ago and I am a different person. I am brighter, sharper, more alive, better at my work....I could go on all day but I think you get the idea.
I have learnt over these last months that in order to succeed over a long period of time, you require superb energy levels and good mental health. The fuel for this comes from a good diet. Don't believe me, try it for yourself, what have you got to lose? I suspect that within 10 days you will notice a change in well being and performance levels.
You may be surprised at what he says is good and bad for you. It certainly goes against conventional attitudes you hear from most doctors, health professionals and food companies. Before I was blind and now I can see.
Another book worth buying is Fit for Life by Harvey and Marilyn Diamond, which goes into more detail on the subject.
The book of course has a lot more meat and this tape is not to confused with Robbins 6 tape audio set published by Nightingale-Conant or Robbins 30 day personal power program.
I recommend this tape because it helps tie together the concepts in Unlimited Power. In fact, I recommend that you play it every day for the first week as a supplement to Robbins other material. You will see a big difference.
There are some good guiding principles here.
I did all the Tony Robbins stuff for years. The tapes, books-all of it. I was one of the unfortunate ones that got hooked. Instead of just bashing Mr. Robbins, I will write a clear, well detailed review of SOME of the huge flaws in his little money making system so that those major fans who will of course disagree with me, will at least read this and at some point will hopefully "see the light". Unfortunately, in this short review I can't explain things in great detail. Some of you will get what I'm saying though. Please read this carefully and think about what I am saying-scientifically--Please.
-Let's start with the mindset of these books. He promotes a super achiever kind of hyper-doer attitude. I would instead opt for being at peace with myself--HERE & NOW. Learning to BE. Not just be a doer. Does that mean being complacent? NO! It means you can set goals but it has nothing to do with your self-acceptance and daily joy.
-He uses this Pain/Pleasure principal to motivate you. That is a highly flawed system. It is based on causing stress on yourself and motivating you through discomfort. Has anyone stopped to think that one can achieve goals through peace and discipline. It's not motivation through pain/pleasure we need, it's learning to deal with our AVERSION to discomfort that holds many of us back. Facing that with persevearance and wisdom is the only way to deal with that-not gimmicky NAC.
-It is wrong to create MUSTS as he teaches. That causes people to be stressed out and to be attatched and anxious to things. You cannot DEMAND change of yourself.Read more ›
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one of the best books for self development that I read, thanks TonyPublished 23 months ago by Mihai
The book arrived in good shape and in a reasonable amount of time. Full of interesting ideas and easy to understand.Published on April 2 2014 by eviljuan
I got this for my husband for his birthday. He has been a Tony Robbins fan for years. I managed to casually ask him if he had this book (which he didn't). Read morePublished on March 17 2014 by K. Schwende
I read this book about ten years ago, probably after watching too many of his infomercials. Anthony Robbins seems to know how to really keep people's attention. Read morePublished on Sept. 30 2008 by RentBin.ca
This book is a great introduction to the field of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), without the jargon of NLP (OK, Tony has renamed it Neuro-Associative Conditioning, NAC). Read morePublished on Feb. 11 2008 by Laura De Giorgio
When Unlimited Power came out in the 1980's, it was so revolutionary. Few had heard about NLP and those who did had no idea how to use it. Read morePublished on July 8 2004 by CyberMan
I have been a fan of the positive mind books for many years. They have helped me immeasureably. It has always been my contention that you can do more with a positive attitude than... Read morePublished on June 13 2004
I can't stop reading a book once I start, because if I do I feel that I've wasted my time. Well I decided to cut my losses and give up about a hundred pages shy on this one. Read morePublished on April 4 2004
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