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A great book that applies NLP theory in a practical way. Excellent summary of major aspects of NLP ( especially TOTE, Neurological levels, language and rapport), backed up by useful references and research findings sometimes missing from such books. I'd recommend this book to anybody who has completed an NLP practitioner course and would like to know more about the theory and how to apply it in business as well as in their personal lives. The exercises are clear and accessible. As a coach I look forward to using many of these with clients. The book is well laid out and clearly structured to allow you to quickly find the parts of the book which may be of most interest. In the acknowledgements the authors quote Norman Mailer: "Writing books is the closest men ever come to childbearing." When you see the breadth and depth of this book you can understand why they say this. Any pain is well hidden as the book is clear and focused throughout by avoiding the jargon or tortuous metaphors sometimes found in books that tackle a subject somewhere between science and art. David Hodgson, Author of `The Buzz` --David Hodgson, Author of `The Buzz`

This book is interesting, enjoyable and useful. A definite must for anyone who finds that their emotions automatically lead their behaviour and their life. The authors explain clearly the connection between what we feel, what we think and what we do. It is very helpful if you find that you allow others to manipulate or guilt you into doing what they want you to do or if you find that you allow others to push your buttons . Packed with useful exercises and handy tips to aid you deal with conflict comfortably, this book is a good personal development read. It teaches you simple ways to get you life back on track in ways that are best for you. What I like about this book is that the authors don t tell you what to do, they allow each person to design a personal improvement system that suits them. But reading isn t enough you have to do what needs to be done. So give it a go, it s worth it. Terri Bodell NACHP --Terri Bodell NACHP

This comprehensive book, written from a mature NLP perspective and written by three leaders in the field, is loaded with powerful insights to fire up and help you understand- your emotional strength. 7 Steps makes a fresh and authoritative contribution on E.I. for anyone who is keen to extend their learning about the way we human beings work. Take it steady and drip-feed it in each page has nutrients worth absorbing into your bloodstream and you ll not want to miss their empowering effect. Andrew Sercombe, Master Coach, broadcaster and author, Executive Director: Powerchange the Personal Development Service --Andrew Sercombe, Master Coach, broadcaster and author, Executive Director: Powerchange the Personal Development Service

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Goleman taught us the importance of Emotional Intelligence. Since the publication of his Eq 'exposition', a whole array of Emotional Intelligence books has appeared, with each title purporting to put those theories of Eq into practice. This book goes deeper. Revealing the structure beneath Emotional Intelligence, 7 Steps utilises its unique framework to combine Eq and Neuro Linguistic Programming (Nlp) - the study of excellence that examines how behaviour is neurologically formulated. 7 Steps confidently integrates the insights of Eq and Nlp to promote a greater understanding of how emotions work - and how they can be worked upon. This book is driven by one important message: 'don't just think about it, do it.' A model-based guide packed with powerful Nlp exercises and self-assessment techniques, it allows you to generate your own trics, and to partake in an intensive Eq excellence course that utilises the self-programming practices of Nlp. A thoroughly structured, functionally formatted guide to improving your Eq, 7 Steps serves as a textbook of Eq theory, a manual of Nlp techniques, and a workbook that systematically leads you through the process of dynamic Eq improvement. It answers the essential Eq questions: - what do my emotions mean? - how do I manage my emotions? - how can I deal with conflicts in an emotionally intelligent way? - what motivates people and how can I take that into account? - how can I handle situations in the best possible way? - how do I get what I want?

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This book is the answer 8 mai 2001
Par Pedro Henriquez A - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I'm been involved in NLP since 1986. When I first read about E.I., I thought "NLP is the answer to the E.I. hypothesis". The first books about E.I. (Goleman and others) told about "what is" E.I. but any of these told us about "what to do".
This book is the answer, the missing piece that people was looking for.
This book is a very complete treatise about NLP, with very interesting comments and explanations about what is E.I. and, I think, the most important, the answers: How you can improve your E.I. using NLP.
I'd liked the references to Peter Senge and other work or management related comments.
As far as I remember, it is the first NLP book that includes the Bateson's levels of learning.
And, very important, this book includes a lot of exercises that you usually don't found in other books.
16 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Emotions + Intelligence = Wisdom 1 mai 2001
Par Peter Van Damme - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
A lot has been written on Emotional Intelligence since Goleman made it popular. This book is innovative in its approach to combine EQ with the advances in Neuro-Linguistic Programming. It has succeeded in bringing together our cognitive skills with our emotional riches. Excellence is found whenever people succeed in balancing the two.
As a trainer/coach I intend to use the insights in this book in my daily work. It offers a good mix of theoretical insights with practical hands-on exercises. The authors succeeded in structuring a large body of knowledge into 'seven lessons'. This adds greatly to the understanding of the material. It also helps to use it later as a reference book.
I also enjoyed the well-documented reading list. It is a great way to explore the domain beyond this book. In the appendices you get an overview of NLP and of the use of EQ tools in Human Resource Management.
It is my feeling that the insights of this book can help you to become excellent both in your professional as private life. I hope the insights of this book may enrich your life as it did mine.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 But where is the Emotional Intelligence? 25 août 2005
Par Karl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Firstly, let's be very clear that this is NOT a book about Emotional Intelligence. It is a book about the authors' ideas on about NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) and how to apply NLP techniques. Whether it is about applying NLP to the subject of Emotional Intelligence depends on what definition of "emotional intelligence" is being used.

I have been told by one of the authors that "the book contains at least 25% typical emotional intelligence material"

Is it really adequate to have "at least 25% typical emotional intelligence material" in a book called "7 Steps to Emotional Intelligence"?

And what, in this context, is meant by "typical"?

In my opinion it certainly is NOT, for example, "typical" EI in the sense that Daniel Goleman or Salovey and Mayer use the term. Indeed, I'd be surprised if there was as much as 6 pages of material in the entire book that corresponds to any generally accepted definition of "emotional intelligence".

As far as I could see, it looked as though the definition of EI used here was made up for the occasion, partly on the basis of a book by Leslie Cameron-Bandler and Michael Lebeau called "The Emotional Hostage". Indeed, "7 Steps" takes Goleman to task for not having read "The Emotional Hostage" and claims that if he had read it then he "might have been [sic] reached very different conclusions" (on page 355). Yet strangely enough, though "The Emotional Hostage" is praised effusively, "7 Steps" also fails to reflect the key ideas in that book.

To be fair, these points might have been pardonable, to some extent, if the book actually added very much to our understanding of NLP, or at least showed us how to use NLP effectively in relation to our emotions. But in my opinion it does nothing of the kind. Of course that isn't so surprising since NLP itself has has always been much more interested in dealing with thoughts rather than with emotions. It is a significant gap in NLP's coverage of human psychology, and it's a great pity this book doesn't do anything at all, as far as I could see, to rectify the situation.

So, if you want a book on Emotional Intelligence, you'll be better off sticking with Goleman and other "mainstream" EI writers.

If you want an introduction to NLP then "Introducing NLP" by O'Connor and Seymour, or "NLP Workbook" by O'Connor are both far better options than this.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Emotional Intelligence---something we can all use 24 août 2001
Par Judith Pearson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Emotional Intelligence (EQ) has two components: a) Intrapersonal Intelligence is the ability to recognize and manage one's own emotions, and b) Interpersonal or Social Intelligence is the ability to recognize emotions in others and use that information as a guide for behavior, and for building and maintaining relationships.
This book combines the principles of Emotional Intelligence and Neuro-Linguistic Programming to promote an understanding of how emotions work and how we can manage them effectively for optimum living. 7 Steps to Emotional Intelligence is a structured guide; a workbook packed with individual exercises and self-assessments---an intensive course in EQ excellence that addresses emotional conflict, motivation, beliefs, goal-setting, communication, wisdom, creativity and personal success.
I found this book engaging, clear, and easy to understand. Is it wrong to think that we could choose our emotions, instead of being at their mercy? Does getting control over run-away emotions make us any less authentic? As far as I know, the human dilemma has never been too much happiness, peace, contentment, or satisfaction. Rather, the problem has always been how to cope with and overcome the painful emotions that make us wish we could crawl out of our own skins, or slaughter one another. After eons of biological evolution, and decades of astonishing technological advancement, are our emotions much more developed than those of our ancient ancestors? Perhaps Emotional Intelligence is something we could use more of, as individuals, and as a species.
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Par L. Michael Hall, PhD. (michael@neurosemantics.com) - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
While the idea of "emotional intelligence" began with Daniel Goleman's best-selling book, Emotional Intelligence, it did not stop there. Now NLP trainer Patrick Merlevede along with two other NLP Trainers, Denis Bridoux and Rudy Vandamme, have taken the idea much further and made it much more accessible. In doing so, they have expanded the concept of emotional intelligence with the models of NLP and Neuro-Semantics. In their new book, 7 Steps to Emotional Intelligence (2000) these NLP trainers have provided a practical step by step process for actually developing emotional intelligence. For Goleman, this meant
Knowledge of your own emotions Regulating your emotions Being able to motivate yourself (self-motivation) Recognizing the emotions of others Getting along well with others The co-authors, Merlevede, Bridoux, and Vandamme have added more to expand and make more specific what we mean by emotional intelligence.
Listening to your emotions for their message value Asking the right questions & using multiple perceptions Creatively working out appropriate solutions Aligning responses with higher meta-levels of identity, mission, etc. Managing emotions to achieve goals Using abilities cross-contextually Modeling excellence in others Resolving conflicts Living congruently in harmony with self and others Until I read this work, I had forgotten or never related the fact that it was the same Dr. Daniel Goleman who was the first person to write about NLP in Psychology Today. It was he who wrote, "People Who Read People" (July, 1979) and first introduced the NLP model. And yet as Patrick points out, he developed his emotional intelligence model without any reference to NLP. In this, the co-authors have provided a great contribution by relating the NLP model and documenting other NLP books that have also spoken to this subject.
NLP and Emotional Intelligence
What does NLP and Neuro-Semantics has to contribute to developing emotional intelligence? A great deal! In fact, reading 7 Steps almost seems like the NLP Practitioner course. And why not? To understand "emotions" we have to understand mind-body states or as we speak of them, neuro-linguistic states. This means understanding internal processing of information since we create our emotional states by the way we use our mind-and-body=BE our internal representations and our physiology. And that means learning the structure of stepping into and out of states (association / dissociation) and that brings up the subject of both Meta-Programs and "submodalities." It means discovering the power of anchors and the process of anchoring states (linking them to internal and external triggers or cues), and learning to manage them through accessing, interrupting, and enhancing. It means awareness of state as states=BE a meta-state.
Accordingly, the authors have sections on tracking the flow of consciousness as it creates states (the TOTE model that leads to Strategies). They speak about beliefs as meta-level structures that govern our emotions. They describe the Strategy for Happiness and emotional development. They delve into the very structure of emotional states as they describe the representational processes, submodalities, and our perceptual filters (Meta-Programs).
As tools for expanding our intelligence in this area, they introduce Perceptual Positions, Neuro-Logical Levels, State Management, Meta- Modeling (asking the right questions for accessing resources and solving problems), Calibrating, Rapport Building, Emotional Wisdom, and much more.
Systemic and Holistic
I personally appreciated and enjoyed the holistic attitude that pervades the work. In this work you will find no dichotomizing that sets up a straw man of "mind" or "emotions," "intelligence" or "heart." They fully use the NLP frame that our emotions occur within a holistic system, a mind-body system and so they speak about both emotional intelligence (following Goldman) and intelligent emotionality and suggest that together a new synergistic reality emerges, emotional wisdom (p. 358). This means both 1) acknowledge the emotional component of your decision making and 2) making your emotions work for you as opposed against you.
Further evidence of this holistic and non-elementalistic approach lies in their application of emotional intelligence throughout the book. They apply it to personal development, relationships, work and career, conflict resolution, health, etc.
Meta-States as Higher Level Emotions
I was impressed with the many ways that the co-authors show that they are staying current with the field of NLP. In places too numerous to mention here, they offer in both the text and the footnotes comments that indicate that they are not just repeating the basics of classic NLP. They especially integrate several things from Neuro-Semantics into their model, recognizing that we not only have primary emotional states but also higher level emotions, meta-emotions or meta-feelings. They present the Meta-States format of "emotions" as the relationship between Model of the World and Experience of the World (pp. 146-147).
In this they introduce the role of "meaning" for emotional formation, development, and understanding. You will find in the work that they have identified several specific cultural beliefs about emotions that tend to undermine self-management. For example, believing that emotions are "real" externally and must be listened to and obeyed. "If I feel it, it must be so." In this they highlight the role of human interpretation. In a section on "The Meaning of Emotions" they write,
"The emotionally intelligent person that you are can and will be willing to constantly question your own interpretations. If you easily allow yourself to think 'This person is unreliable' you can ask yourself the following inductive question: 'On what observations or feelings did I base this conclusion?' And when you think: 'I will not ask this person, they will refuse anyhow,' you can ask yourself, 'How do I know that this person will refuse?'" (p. 90)
Unafraid to ask the "why" question, the authors provide guidelines for discovering the meaning of emotions: acknowledge that there's both a rational and emotional component in all we do, establish rapport with self, explore the components of your state, ask internal questions, discover reasons for feelings, etc. (pp. 89-91).
Buy the Book!
Michael Hall is the author on several books on NLP & Meta-states
This review originally appeared in the Neuro-Semantics Newsletter
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