How to Persuade Using Covert Images, Stories & Messages Covert Subliminal Influence with Kevin Hogan, Psy.D. "LIVE" SEMINAR ON COVERT HYPNOSIS, SUBLIMINAL PERSUASION AND SUBTLE INFLUENCE" 6-DVD with complete Manual on CD One "live" seminar with NOTHING edited out. Learn the secrets of covert hypnosis, subliminal persuasion (including HOW to make subliminal dvd's!) and subtle forms of influence.
What will it really take to develope the mindset of a millionaire? Learn the golden key to the thinking process that makes wealth accumulation possible. Discover the 12 fears that run your lifedecisions and behaviors as they relate to wealth accumulation. You’re going to learn how to see these fears and begin to unplug them. Without uprooting the causes of making the wrong decisions at the right moments…people are going to continue making them … forever.
Kevin Hogan is a highly respected teacher of influence & persuasion, hypnosis, NLP and he is particularly known as an expert on body language & non-verbal communication.
Flow is the Psychology of Optimal Experience. It's where challenge equals skill and teaching people to be influential is a difficult process because everyone else has taught you incorrectly and you can see the results yourself. I LOVE being in Flow. Each year I bring essentially 100% new material to Influence Boot Camp and show you how to use the leading-edge stuff in a way that all you have to do is turn it on. Influence is the central pillar of Emotional Intelligence. Without it you are doomed. With it, you are at cause. Being at cause means you run your life (or you will real soon because I'll drive you nuts until you do….). The ONLY people who run their own lives are Influencers. That's it.
The Flute Concertos of C.P.E. Bach are among the most dramatic and engrossing of this important composer's works. This Bach was a major influence on Haydn and Mozart, but the music is worth hearing in its own right, and the Concerto in A Minor, which opens this set, is one of the masterpieces of its era. Gallois and the Toronto Camerata use modern instruments, but their performances are permeated by the sensibility of Bach's era. They are clear and forceful, responding beautifully to the pre-romantic elements in the music, and Gallois even adds appropriate embellishments to his playing. The Concerto in D Minor may not be the composer's own arrangement for flute, but it sounds convincing enough. This is certainly the best set of C.P.E. Bach's Flute Concertos since the long-deleted Rampal set for CBS, and the performances are markedly superior to those on a recent Black Box CD.-Leslie Gerber