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Unlimited Power : The New Science of Personal Achievement

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If you have ever dreamed of a better life, UNLIMITED POWER will show you how to achieve the extraordinary quality of life you desire and deserve. Anthony Robbins has proven to millions through his books, tapes and seminars that by harnessing the power of your mind you can do, have, achieve and create anything you want for your life. UNLIMITED POWER is a revolutionary fitness book for the mind. It will show you, step by step, how to perform at your peak while gaining emotional and financial freedom, attaining leadership and self-confidence and winning the co-operation of others. UNLIMITED POWER is a guidebook to superior performance in an age of success.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 448 pages
  • 130 x 196 x 34mm | 240g
  • SIMON & SCHUSTER
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • New ed.
  • 0743409396
  • 9780743409391
  • 3,783

About Anthony Robbins

Tony Robbins is a bestselling author, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. For more than thirty-seven years, millions of people have enjoyed the warmth, humor, and dynamic presentation of Mr. Robbins's corporate and personal development events. He is the nation's #1 life and business strategist. He's called upon to consult and coach with some of the world's finest athletes, entertainers, Fortune 500 CEOs, and even presidents of nations. As an entrepreneur, he has more than twenty companies, a dozen of which he actively manages. At present, the companies he founded or partnered in have combined annual sales of more than $6 billion a year. Also of note is Robbins's marquee philanthropy, which spans more than three and a half decades of serving those forgotten by society-children, the imprisoned, and the homeless. He is responsible for feeding more than 42 million people. This year, through his partnership with Feeding America, Robbins has committed to personally provide 50 million meals to those in need, and he is at work to get matching funds to feed 100 million more. A #1 New York Times bestselling author, he lives in Palm Beach, Florida.

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Robbins unveils the techniques he teaches at his "Mind Revolution" seminars. Although he doesn't guarantee that readers will be able to emulate his graduates by walking on hot coals, he implies that his advice will help them "grow" "emotionally, socially, spiritually, psychologically, intellectually and financially. . ." His program is based on "Neurolinguistic Programming" techniques which, in effect, psyche up individuals to perform at their optimum through a host of mental, emotional and physiological reprogramming strategies. A basic step is the selection of a successful person as a model, learning all one can about his or her strategies, and adopting them as one's own. To promote confidence and eliminate negativism, Robbins describes in detail various mental imaging exercises along with techniques for understanding the mind and emotional sets of other people in order to motivate them or (if they are role models) to emulate them for one's advantage. Robbins makes some extraordinary (but presumably documentable) claims for his program. He, for instance, says he trained every member of a group of army recruits to shoot accurately even though he himself had no knowledge of rifles. He learned the technique in a few days from sharpshooters, absorbed their strategies and passed them on to the recruits who had been trained in his brand of positive thinking. Never before, says he, had 100% of a training group passed the course - the best record had been 70%. Whether 100% of his readers will become tycoons or superstars is a very moot question. But Robbins is a persuasive communicator who spends more linage on step-by-step details of his recommendations than in self-boosterism. This approach could attract considerable readership from dedicated self-helpers. (Kirkus Reviews)

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