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Sleight of Mouth - The Magic of Conversational Belief Change

Sleight of Mouth - The Magic of Conversational Belief Change

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The Magic of Conversational Belief Change
About the Author
Robert Dills has been a developer,author, trainer and consultant in thefield of Ncuro-Linguistic Programming(NI.P) since 1975. In addition tospearheading the applications of NLPto organizational development,learning, creativity and health, hispersonal contributions to the field of NLP include much of the seminalwork on the NLP techniques of Strategies and Belief Systems, and thedevelopment of what has becomeknown as "Systemic NLR"Dilts is the principle author of 
Neuro- Linguistic Programming Vol I 
(1980),and has authored numerous otherbooks on NLP including
Changing Belief Systems with NLP
(1990) and
 Beliefs: Pathways to Health and Well Being(199Q,
co-authored with TimIlallbom and Suzi Smith) whichdescribe his work in changing limitingbeliefs and creating functional belief systems.
Tools for Dreamers
(1991,co-authored with Todd Lpstein) and
Skills for the Future
(1993), explorethe applications of NLP to manageand enhance creativity. Dills' series,
Strategies of Genius Vols. I, II & III 
(1994-1995), applies the tools of NLPlo model the dunking processes of important historical figures; such asAristode, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle'sSherlock I lohnes. Walt Disney,Mozart, Albert Einstein, SigmundFreud, Leonardo da Vinci and NikolaTcsla.
Visionary Leadership Skills
(1996), draws from Dilts' extensivestudy of historical and corporateleaders to present the tools and skillsnecessary for "creating a world towhich people want to belong." His

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