Frame Games is a book all about the games we all play every day of our lives, and the games that we play in every arena of life: health, wealth, business, personal, etc. Frame Games explains why we act the way we do, our thinking patterns, emotional habits, and the actions and interactions that make or break us. Puts the cutting-edge model of Meta-States into a form that is easy to understand and use.
Date: 2004-12-21 Rating: 5 Review:
I wish I learned this stuff in High School
All joking aside, this book has powerful insight on how we operate and how we 'filter' life's experiences. It is a guide on how to manage our minds through the use of frame technology. Even though others have stated that the author re-iterates many of his key points, I personally have found that helpful in two regards: first, because I have ZERO past experience with NLP; second, it offers emphasis on key ideas/techniques that may have otherwise gone over my head. Frame Games has made learning myself practically fool-proof for me and offered simple, easy to copy techniques of "how-to" information. Put simply, this book can help you run your brain. It's actually not as complicated as I would have thought; it offers excercises on how to test your brain's referencing and how to change/adjust it if deemed appropriate by you. Even though I found it was an easy read, it did challenge my thinking by using meta-states that challenge my daily habituations. This book is powerful stuff, and if you think that you are your best investment then buy this book, it's gauranteed to stimulate you both your mind and very possibly your life!