Triggers: A New Approach to Self-Motivation

Triggers: A New Approach to Self-Motivation

by Stanley Mann


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ISBN-13: 9780139307850
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
Publication date: 09/11/1986
Pages: 216

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Triggers: A New Approach to Self-Motivation 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an EXTRAordinary book written in so that you almost hear the author speaking to you! Stan Mann takes all the heady stuff about self help and languages it so that you can make sense of it and quickly put it to use. His secrets are real gems and The Trigger technique is an anchor that truly works. His technique is effective and I can vouch for it after using it with thousands of clients as a coaching expert. Great book and a must read for all who are interested in self improvement and/or who help others in that field.
coachsteve on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
If you need a major breakthrough in an important area of your life, this book is a must read. If you read it, you'll try the techniques. If you try it, you'll get results.Examples? Ok, here's just a couple:Weight Maintenance - for years I have been on the old roller coaster - gain 20 pounds, lose 20 pounds, gain 30 pounds, etc.We have a bridge group. One evening I started to reach for the peanuts - our host always has some kind of fattening goodies on the table. At the point of no return (you just can't have one handful), I remembered what I learned in Triggers. I DID NOT EAT A SINGLE PEANUT - NONE!!I've maintained my weight since that evening two years ago, under a lot of tempting situations.Peak Performance - you've probably read the books and listened to topics on how to pull up a peak performance anytime you want to. This was difficult for me.Example: OK, I was preparing a speech of introduction for a nationally-known motivational speaker. My rule - no more than 2-3 minutes, if that. I knew I could do a good job, but good was not enough for me.Once again, I used a technique from Triggers. The audience was pleased, the speaker appreciative and I was feeling great!If you are committed to continuous improvement in your personal and/or your professional life, buy Triggers today.END