Thursday, 22 September 2011
The NLP Practitioner Manual is Now Available in Paperback and Kindle Formats
The NLP Practitioner Manual is the result of 20 years research and application of Neuro Linguistic Programming by one of its most innovative, practical and results oriented trainers and writers. Peter Freeth has pioneered many recognised developments in NLP's approach and techniques that are now used by countless trainers and professionals, worldwide, including:
The flipchart and notepad swishes - loved by trainers, coaches and all professionals for powerful results in any environment
The easy way to anchor - succeed every time by discovering how it really works, contrary to what most trainers think
Use complex techniques such as the Six Step Reframe and Fast Phobia Cure easily by understanding how to improvise and adapt them
Peter Freeth says, "People have been asking me for years, "When can we buy your Practitioner manual? You should publish it!" and so I've finally given in. It took quite a lot of work to get it from an excellent course manual to something that you can both read as an introductory book and use as a course manual."
Stepheni Smith, Peter's co-trainer and co-developer of many of NLP's latest applications to fields as diverse as coaching and child behaviour management, says, "Too many NLP training courses give participants a certificate just for turning up, and despite their trainers' protests to the contrary, the acid test is that we see too many people with Practitioner certifications who can't anchor, don't understand a Six Step Reframe and have no idea what the presuppositions of NLP mean. This is a Practitioner manual for people who want to thoroughly understand NLP, who want to earn their Practitioner certification."
Peter adds, "There is a description of anchoring in the earliest NLP texts which has been copied, almost verbatim, in every other NLP book I've seen - and it is fundamentally wrong. No wonder students have trouble getting anchoring to work! When I teach anchoring, students find it so easy, and it's no wonder why - they're making it easy for themselves. It's the same with the swish, reframing and even the Meta Model. It worries me when trainers say that the Meta Model patterns don't matter, and you don't need to remember what they're called. The absolute foundation of NLP is an understanding of how we attach symbols - words - to our experience. How can we truly understand NLP and the rich benefits that it offers if we dismiss the very foundation that it stands on? If you can't name something, how can you become a craftsman in its use?"
Stepheni concludes, "Is NLP a panacea, a cure for all ills? No, of course not. Nothing is. But it is one of the most versatile and valuable tool kits that you will ever discover, and learning NLP is a journey that will bring you value, insight and reward beyond what you may have first imagined. You could think of The NLP Practitioner manual as a guidebook for that journey."
Featuring both the Society of NLP core syllabus and many other popular NLP concepts and techniques, this book will show readers how to adapt and apply NLP in any professional environment. There are even chapters on building a professional practice and absorbing NLP into other skill sets, so readers can integrate NLP into any line of work for the very best results, both for themselves and for their clients.
The NLP Practitioner Manual is available now from all good book stores.