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Real People Press is the original publisher of the following titles, authored by Richard Bandler and John Grinder. It is not possible to negotiate foreign rights agreements in new languages for these books. (All existing foreign rights contracts are honored.)

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Real People Press is the original publisher of the following titles, which are now out-of-print in the Real People Press English edition:

2023 CT Coach Certification
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The program will meet every Saturday (except Oct 14) from Aug. 19 through Nov. 18. Other than orientation (shorter meeting), meetings are from 10am-1pm Denver CO Time, followed by a bonus 30-min Q & A time after some sessions. Sessions will be held:

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Wholeness Level II

Helping clients improve their communication can make a big difference in their relationships with family and friends, and/or in becoming more successful in their career.
You can help them improve communication by…
  • Teaching communication skills — How to express what you want, in a way that the other person is more likely to hear you and respond positively.
  • Developing the ability to understand others, and
  • Transforming or resolving emotional “hot buttons,” to feel more resourceful and less emotionally reactive.
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