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Michael Hall - Figuring Out People Design Engineering With Metaprograms (27.3 MB eBook)

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As a trainer of NLP, I understand Meta Programs pretty well. As a coach, I use Meta Programs on a daily basis. As a personal friend of Rodger Bailey, I know more about Meta Programs than most people because Rodger and I spent a lot of hours exploring this aspect of psychology. If you don't know Rodger's name, he is the person who published the original work on meta programs, working with Leslie Cameron Bandler. Rodger has a brilliance for taking technical or complex information and making it very clear. That's a talent that ... More >>>
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Publisher:  PUA Media Library
Category:   NLP
Author:      Michael Hall
Format:      eBook
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As a trainer of NLP, I understand Meta Programs pretty well. As a coach, I use Meta Programs on a daily basis. As a personal friend of Rodger Bailey, I know more about Meta Programs than most people because Rodger and I spent a lot of hours exploring this aspect of psychology. If you don't know Rodger's name, he is the person who published the original work on meta programs, working with Leslie Cameron Bandler. Rodger has a brilliance for taking technical or complex information and making it very clear. That's a talent that Michael Hall does not have. Rodger is a communicator and teacher. Michael Hall is a researcher and data collector. Communicating is simply not Hall's strength. I've attempted to wade through several of his books, and they're all the same - great content if you can endure that much dry data.

I use this book as a reference, but it reads like a scientific dictionary. It's not written to be read from cover to cover. I appreciate the giant bite that Hall takes in cataloging so much data, but the book is more about simply capturing the data, than clearly explaining it. This has to be the most useful and comprehensive portrait of character and personality ever written. Hall paints many aspects of character and personality in a well-formatted and easy-to-read/easy-to-use manner. Despite such a complex topic as humanity, this book shows you the ways in which individuals are really different from each other, and how we are not so different after-all.

Hall takes you from the lofty thoughts of thinking out your identity down to the nitty-gritty of emotions, thoughts, awareness and feelings. If you're looking for a complete guide to interpersonal or social skills, and better yet self-knowledge and development, this is the book for you. The typical 'typology' approach (Keirsey-Bates, Enneagram, etc.) doesn't do justice to individuals who don't 'fit' into any one distinct category. Hall bypasses this mistake in grouping by giving us the ways in which people can differ from each other, how to think like them, and how to communicate with them! With this book you can look at yourself and others as unique individuals while building understanding and cooperation. For anyone interested in meta programs, I would look for Rodger Bailey's audio package. It is hands-down far easier to understand - certainly that's even more true for someone just starting to learn meta programs.