Law of Connection: The Science of Using NLP to Create Ideal Personal and Professional Relationships

Written by:
Michael J. Losier
Narrated by:
Michael J. Losier

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
June 2009
2 hours 42 minutes
From the bestselling author of Law of Attraction comes an easy-to-follow book on creating ideal personal and professional relationships using the techniques of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

Married couples . . . dating couples . . . parents and children . . . teachers and students . . . office workers . . . management and staff . . . business to business.

Are there certain people in your life who you have difficulty communicating with—at home, at work, or in your community? You say one thing, they hear something else. You simply do not understand one another, and you cannot explain why. The only thing you are certain of, however, is that this lack of connection leads to disappointment, frustration, and conflict.

Now, in Law of Connection, Michael J. Losier gives you the tools you need to foster greater understanding in every aspect of your life. With tips, tools, exercises, and scripts to guide you, you will discover:
- The three conditions for connecting
- Techniques for calibrating conversations
- Four easy methods for effective communication
- Tips for creating positive rapport in all situations
- A special section for teachers, trainers, and anyone who makes group presentations

Bring Law of Connection home to your family and introduce it into your workplace. Watch and listen as communication improves wherever you are, and your relationships become fuller, richer, and free of conflict. There is a simple solution to improving your communication and building better, healthier relationships. It's called Law of Connection. 
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Nick Capps

Great Information, I really connected with the things talked about in the first half of the book. I was able to relate many people in my life to this. I think eveyone would benefit from listening to the first half. The second half gets really repetitive and boring however.

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