Mindworks breaks open the toolbox of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) to show readers how to use what s inside in order to accomplish goals and take control. Among the touchstones of the book:
-You have all of the resources you need -Success is the ability to achieve intended results -You can turn failure into feedback -The map is not the territory -There is a positive intention behind every behavior -There are always more choices
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Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), a group of psychological techniques developed in the early 1970s, has been a huge influence on today's motivational writers (particularly Tony Robbins). As its name suggests, NLP is based on the idea that the human mind is a sort of computer; our verbal and body language are the programming that allows us to change our thoughts and influence other people. Anneé Linden, director of an NLP training center in New York City, provides easy-to-understand descriptions of techniques such as mimicking someone's movements to create an instant sense of rapport and intimacy, or creating a conditioned response in yourself to feel certain emotions on demand. Some might find these techniques uncomfortably manipulative, but Linden says people do them on an unconscious level anyway; NLP is just a new way of coming to terms with what you already know.About the Author:
After 18 years as a professional actor Anne Linden went back to college and trained to be a psychotherapist. Anne founded the New York Training Institute for NLP and the NLP Center for Psychotherapy - the first of their kind in the world. Anne introduced NLP to Europe undertaking the first NLP Practitioner training in the Netherlands in 1982 and certifying the first European Trainers in 1985. She continues to train and teach in France, Belgium and the Netherlands.
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