This area is primarily for delegates who’ve been on a workshop, coaching clients, and people who are reading ‘Speak for Yourself’. But, if you’re here nosing around looking for freebies, you’ve found them!
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Cheat Sheets (PDFs):
Find them on the publisher’s page, here.
Amy Cuddy’s TED talk on Power Poses:
Dan Gilbert’s TED talk on what makes us happy:
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi on Flow
NLP at Work – by my mentor Sue Knight. Hopefully you’ll notice a lot of similarities in my book from the ideas I’ve picked up from her.
Provocative Therapy by the late Frank Farrelly. It was learning of his amazing work through Sue Knight that convinced me to leave acting and become a coach (mainly because it gave me permission to say and do outrageous things).
59 Seconds – Professor Richard Wiseman. I mention this book a few times, it’s really well written and useful, scientifically proven advice.
The ‘As If’ Principle – Another book by Wiseman, this offers a strong evidence base for the bizarre claims I make about behaviour altering mood and outlook (rather than the other way around). Very useful, I wish I’d read it long before I started writing my book, or not at all!
A book about ‘Flow’, which is an idea I have taken (and slightly adjusted) from the groundbreaking work of Mihaly Csecondnamealsoendswithaly (his TED talk on the subject is above)
Dynamic Breathing – this book offers a more in-depth description of what happens in our lungs (and whole body) when we breathe, and exercises for handling anxiety and asthma.
Derren Brown – because what he does is amazing. Watching his work lead me to study NLP and seek to ask more questions about psychology and human beliefs and behaviour.