This book cuts through the smoke and mirrors and delivers a very simple fictional story that anyone who works in manufacturing can relate to and at the same time gives you a very simplified explanation as to how to improve your situation. A great little book, read it in one sitting.
Boross is the boss when it comes to successful, effective, memorable pitching. Gavin Duffy, Dragon's Den Ireland
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Martin Smith, Professional Writer
Page after page, I rediscover ideas from a completely new perspective. I highly recommend it.
Jeff Ford, Director of Programmes, Channel FIVE
Must have books this month: Get your pitch down with The Pocket Pitching Bible. Irish Tatler
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Beverly Harvey, Executive Career Expert and Author
This is the first book by Peter Freeth I've read on NLP Practitioner Level Skill Development. As a 20 year plus student and coach of NLP, I give my full recommendation to others interested in the subject to buy this NLP manual now. I've been through dozens of NLP workshops with some of the top trainers and have my Master Practitioner Certification in Classic and New Code NLP. Peter Freeth takes the subject of NLP to a whole new level with new and refreshing insight and coaching of NLP skills. If you've got your certification, buy this book not only as a reference manual, but to fill in the gaps of learning you didn't even know existed. If you're not at the certification level yet, buy this book now. You will learn as much about NLP as is possible by reading and re-reading this book as you would from anything else published on the topic. Based on what I've read of Peter Freeth's writing on the subject of NLP, I would highly recommend his live certification training or any other NLP training he may offer. He is the real thing when it comes to coaching others in NLP Skill Development. Buy this book ... Five Stars!
Highly Recommended. Daily Mail
I have a large library of NLP books and find most of them repeating the same things over and over with slight differences. Your book, however, presents the information in a fresh and new way of writing that brings back the excitement of learning NLP modelling and applications. I have seldom been WOWed by NLP books after I attended the Master Prac Track of training other than the Turtles All the Way Down book by Grinder and DeLozier. Your Master Prac book has been full of one AHA after another. Your explanations are more effective and instructional than any others I've read .... and I've read most of them. I know of no NLP organization that has expressed such a thorough knowledge and been able to adequately express it as you have.This is another exceptional book by an exceptional author, trainer and consultant.
Jeff Zadzilka, NLP Certified Master Practitioner (Classic & New Code), Copywriter for the Self-Help & Training Industry, Former Course Developer & Training Professional
The Pitching Bible is an enjoyable and thought-provoking book that is written with clarity, insight and humour. It takes you on an illuminating journey through the seven secrets of a successful business pitch. Paul Boross explains that he learned the hard way about what does and does not work when pitching. As a consequence he has used his vast and varied experience to create a book that is overflowing with practical ideas and techniques for preparing and delivering a winning pitch.
With subtlety and skill the book challenges the assumptions that the reader brings to it. To support this process Paul regularly offers questioning, reflection and information points for the reader. You are encouraged to work your way through each `secret' and reflect upon your thinking and practice in key areas of pitching. For example, when do you think a pitch actually begins? Who is vital in the process of making you win a pitch, is it you or is it your audience? How is it possible to always remain in control of your pitch? What type of language makes you more persuasive when pitching? Paul Boross offers solutions to every question that he raises. What I like about his solutions is that they are based on real-world experience and have real-world application.
This is an impressive book that actively engages you as a reader. When you finish reading The Pitching Bible you will notice that there is an eighth `secret'...buying a copy of this book will give you a competitive edge when pitching and will help you win more business. I recommend that you buy one.
Dr. Tim O'Brien