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Persuasion Engineering Summary

By Richard Bandler Persuasion Engineering is a book about the engineering of influence. It also demonstrates many of the Milton Model language patterns, use of metaphors and suggestions. This makes it difficult to summarize, because it’s not just about the content. Check out Persuasion Engineering at Amazon


Frogs into Princes – Neuro Linguistic Programming

Frogs into Princes is based on an early introductory seminar by Richard Bandler and John Grinder. Written in 1979 it was one of their first books and is a useful classic 30 odd years later. Check out Frogs into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming at Amazon


NLP the New Technology of Achievement Summary

By Steve Andreas and Charles Faulkner The myth of self-development and change says that it takes lots of effort, time and commitment. Psychology tends to describe difficulties, categorizing and searching for historical causes rather than providing practical solutions. NLP the New Technology of Achievement dispels these myths, and provides a guide to success. Check out […]


Words that Change Minds by Shelle Rose Charvet

By Shelle Rose Charvet Words that Change Minds is based on the Language and Behavior Profile (LAB profile)a tool to predict behavior from language. Check out Words That Change Minds: Mastering the Language of Influence 2nd edition at Amazon.


Figuring out People: Reading People using Meta Programs

By L. Michael Hall, Bobby B. Bodenhamer Figuring out people is something we all do. We want to know what makes people behave as they do, what their intentions are, and more importantly, to predict what they are likely to do. This important book about Meta Programs goes beyond slotting people in categories. Check out Figuring […]

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