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    Default Books on NLP for beginners

    Hi there,

    I read a couple of books on game and have noticed several references to NLP which have interested me. Are there any specific first-book NLP reads that anyone would reccomend? Actually, just any NLP book reccomend action would be appreciated :-)

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    Default Re: Books on NLP for beginners

    'The NLP Coach' by Ian McDermott and Wendy Jago

    'Brilliant NLP' by David Molden and Pat Hutchinson
    (I tried to post links but it won't let me, search on amazon or a library)

    I read Brilliant NLP in it's entirety and it gives a great foundation and introduction to it. The NLP Coach I read about a third of, it's good but it's written in such a way I personally found tedious. That's just me though, it is a much deeper read. I prefer the layout of Brilliant NLP and it's much simpler to understand. I knew about NLP before pickup and it's seriously interesting stuff, great for interacting with women and life in general!
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    Default Re: Books on NLP for beginners

    I'm currently reading "Unstoppable Confidence" by Kent Sayre and have been very impressed so far. It focuses on methods of NLP and how to change the way you think and overcome self-imposed limits. Very cool stuff, especially since this is really the first time I've been exposed to it.

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    Default Re: Books on NLP for beginners

    Which version of "Brilliant NLP" should I read? It's in its 3rd edition -- 2012 publishing.

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    Default Re: Books on NLP for beginners

    I'll probably get flamed for this, but if you are wanting NLP for attracting women, then get one DESIGNED to attract women: aka speed seduction by ross jeffries.

    General books on any topic will never be as good as the ones written to achieve that which you setting out to do. In other words, you can read a generic book on nlp, and then come away thinking "damn that's great. now how do i use this to get laid faster."
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    Default Re: Books on NLP for beginners

    It's a good point. I'm not only looking at NLP for seduction, but also to use in job interviews, talking with students, and gaining a greater understanding of people's minds.

    I'll check out Speed Seduction and Unstoppable Confidence.

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    Default Re: Books on NLP for beginners

    If you want to really learn about this stuff, then I would read the following book. I have read 2 books on Hypnotism and 2 on NLP when I was trying to work my way through Speed Seduction (I spent a year trying to mimic what Style did). I pretty much failed and it was only maybe 2 years later that something clicked in my head and I was able to go back and recognize when and where I could actually use some of that material. Some people rely on it, but I couldn't. Maybe because I felt weird trying to use it. Not sure.
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    Default Re: Books on NLP for beginners

    So, which books costarica? You only mentioned one book...

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    Default Re: Books on NLP for beginners

    I read: Introducing NLP, What EveryBODY is saying, Frogs into Princes, and Bandler's Trance-formation.

    And of course I studied Speed Seduction religiously for a while but got frustrated because it really wasn't "me" -- Though MUCH later, I was able to really find some of this useful.

    If I was interested in really studying NLP as a science, I'd start with the one below and then move to Introducing NLP and/or Frogs into Princes because those two are a bit complex.

    If I was interested in how it could be applied to pick up I would read them in this order: What EveryBODY is saying (light read and damn good), then Bandler's Trance-formation, and finally Speed Seduction. For me, Speed Seduction probably would have worked much better for me at the time if maybe I had already built a small foundation in NLP bit, simply because it just seemed really stupid that the stuff would work on girls. After learning more about the subject as a whole, there is merit to it, but it takes a shitload of practice and confidence to pull it off effectively. In my opinion, it should be studied only after you have built up a few notches based on M3, Roosh's, or the magic bullet's method (or any foundational attraction model method that doesn't rely on anything except brute practice with opening, attracting, and closing).
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    Default Re: Books on NLP for beginners

    i would simpley recomend a book like "hypnosys for dummies" something that uses simple terms to explain things, NLP can get very complicated and i don't recomend it for beginers (its alot more advanced stuff thats hard to master) any books on hypnosys should include the basic formats for hypnotic suggestions (aka nlp) i have recently been reading "the complete idiots guide to hypnosis" by roberta temes, it contains the basic structure for hypnotic commands and suggestions and also has some good imfo on self-hypnosis.

    btw, the best place to study nlp and the affects of nlp is in a church. they use nlp to force their moral ideaology onto people and get the people to pay them as well by extreme use of nlp and hypnosis.

    ps: if you haven't noticed, there is a strong connection between nlp and hypnosis anything that talks about one of them will surely mention the other. (there is a strong correlation between the two)


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