How To Know Who You Really Are
The author emphasizes that this book is aimed at people who have a good grounding in NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming, and uses the following quote from Richard Bandler and John Grinder:
'A number of people in the history of civilization have made the point - that there is an irreducible difference between the world and our experience of it.
We as human beings do not operate directly in the world. Each of creates a representation of the world in which we live - that is, we create a map or model which we use to generate our behavior.
Our representation of the world determines to a large degree what our experience of the world will be, how we will perceive the world, what choices we will see available to us as we live in the world.'
Richard Bandler and John Grinder
So if our ‘world' isn't working as we would wish it to work, we need to check and understand our ‘world view'. And in order to change our current world view so we DO get better results, we need some form of feedback mechanism to understand that by changing our thinking we can change our results.
The purpose of this book is to help you explore YOU - your beliefs, your thoughts, your results and uses NLP processes to help you move through your current blocks.
The topics discussed include:
Each topic has a discussion and tips for practical applications.
The appendices of this book are extremely valuable. They deal with many of the different ideas around values, behaviors, NLP and beliefs.
This book will assist a reader's understanding of semantics, language and logic. It is an important resource for anyone interested in communication, training and influencing thought.
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