Richard Bandler

Richard Bandler's Guide to Trance-formation

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You were born to be great, to succeed — to be a powerful, confident, happy person. If you don't feel like that right now it's time to get back on track. Richard Bandler, the man who inspired Paul McKenna to greatness, will change your life in a matter of minutes with his incredible, potent NLP exercises and free you to unleash your full potential.
Richard Bandler, the world-famous co-creator of NLP, has helped millions of people around the world turnaround their lives and find success in whatever they want to achieve. This incredible book is his master work and packed with all of the simple, potent exercises that he has developed over the last 37 years to help people transform their lives. It also explains how he has developed and refined his techniques and why they work.
Make Your Life Great is an absolute must for anyone who wants to be freed from whatever is holding them back — be it fear, self-doubt, an unhappy past, bad habits or lack of focus — and become a strong, happy, successful person.
Make Your Life Great will be published in the US under the title Richard Bandler’s Guide to Trance-formation.
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