• Speaking of Behaviour Change

  • Linguistic Techniques to Elicit Behaviour Change
  • By: Anthony Peters
  • Narrated by: Anthony Peters
  • Length: 2 hrs and 46 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 28-08-2017
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wise Monkey
  • 4 out of 5 stars (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

Specifically written for therapists and change practitioners, this audiobook is an essential resource for professionals who help improve the wellbeing of other people.

Laid out in a structured and easy to follow format, this step-by-step audiobook provides the linguistic knowledge and techniques to successfully influence behaviour change via words and sentences constructed during conversations.

By the end of this audiobook, you will have an advanced understanding of how to use these techniques and why they are so effective at facilitating rapid change at the neurological, cognitive and behavioural level.

This audiobook teaches you how to construct specific questions and sentences to shift limiting beliefs, change restrictive perceptions, increase intrinsic motivation, self-efficacy and self-mastery.

Having a passion and desire to help other people make positive changes is commendable. Knowing how to use language to empower and influence positive behaviour change in other people is essential.

Real change occurs from within and this audiobook is therefore an indispensable 'must have' for therapists and change practitioners who wish to maximise their ability to coach others.
©2017 Wise Monkey (P)2017 Wise Monkey

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Struggled to get to the end of this one..

Honestly the content was ok, pretty good, really, but the delivery was so boring I kept getting distracted and not paying any attention to what was being said.