Be the Person You Want to Be: Harness the Power of Neuro-Linguistic Programming to Reach Your Potential

If you could change anything about yourself, what would you change? Would you want to be more capable, effective, wealthier? Self-motivation is often the key to change, but how does one motivate oneself to be capable or effective?
Each year millions of people attend motivational seminars based on the powers of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP). Millions more wonder what NLP is all about. Finally, a book has arrived to introduce the practical techniques of NLP in easy to understand language.Be the Person You Want to Be offers a refreshing and different view of the principles of NLP. It guides readers in assessing who they want to be and how to attain their goals by setting guidelines and slowly changing behavior. Said to be a self-motivational program without the hype, NLP is explained in detail by John J. Emerick Jr., who focuses on original applications of these time-tested principles. Emerick shows readers how to apply these key strategies to achieve personal and business success by:
Increasing confidence in social and business interactions
Handling difficult situations smoothly
Gaining new insight into how people think and act
Taking control and achieving results in all aspects of life
Be the Person You Want to Be will enable readers to make significant and lasting changes in any area of their lives. By utilizing the NLP principles, and developing structures and guidelines, anyone can be the person they want to be.

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3 comments for “Be the Person You Want to Be: Harness the Power of Neuro-Linguistic Programming to Reach Your Potential

  1. Anthony L. Mascia
    May 24, 2013 at 12:42 AM

    Be the person you want to be Be the person you want to be by John J. Emerick is a fantastic book about getting congruent with yourself and other people you deal with. I like the test near the front of the book. It gave me an opportunity to really take a good look at myself and for me to decide if I am in fact, the person I want to be.It is a great book because it is easy to read, understand and apply. I’ve recommended the book to several friends who had very little knowledge about NLP. The feedback I have received is very good, and they all have said they understand the principles and could instantly apply the methods to their lives.I think the book is stimulating, I am a certified trainer of NLP, and even the most advanced of NLP practitioners or trainers can get much value from the book. I was never bored with it and often times had a hard time putting it down. It’s one of those books I’ll be reading again and certainly recommed it to anyone who has an intrest in bettering their life.

  2. Anonymous
    May 24, 2013 at 1:00 AM

    Too many words make for a tedious read. When seperated from all the chaff, Emerick’s ideas are intriguing. The problem with this book is the chaff. On his way to (eventually) conveying his message, Emerick manages to bore and irritate the reader with page after page of empty and useless elaboration of a point that he has already made. I found myself saying “enough already!” as I skimmed in search of the next bit of substance. Ironic for a book about communication, eh?

  3. Anonymous
    May 24, 2013 at 1:25 AM

    A big improvement over most NLP books. Most NLP books are unreadable.

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