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CGW Publishing took us seriously right from the offset, and we have had the best guidance and help you could possibly imagine. We've never done anything like this before and we never in our wildest dreams believed we'd ever write a book, but hey we did and then the search began for a professional to jump onboard and advise us and that's exactly what our publishers have done. Christopher is not only knowledgeable but he can read our minds, he knows what is needed and his suggestions have always been brilliant.

Trudie and Lloyd Thompson, authors of Dreams Do Come True

Peter Freeth has a unique approach to putting theory into action. I recommend his book to Learning and Development professionals, HR managers or trainers.

Manny Richter, Human Resources Manager, Bostik

When I was looking for a publisher, it was important for me to find one that specialised in business and psychology books so that they could help me hone The Pitching Bible for the right market. Not only was Christopher Greenaway the perfect editor but his team managed the whole involved process of getting the book to market with dedication and professionalism.

Since publication, the CGW team's focus, creativity and service business expertise has continued unabated and has resulted in The Pitching Bible gliding gracefully up the Amazon charts. I highly recommend CGW Publishing.

Paul Boross, The Pitch Doctor & author of The Pitching Bible

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!

Jeff Zadzilka

Good enough to be a beach read.

David Lyle, CEO - National Geographic Channels

I bought Back to Basics to introduce Lean concepts and culture in our mfg facility and had key team members read it. They found it easy to read easy to understand, sparking great discussion within our team. There is now enthusiasm for change where we once had apathy. A great tool for helping us move forward!

Jim Rich

The Pitching Bible presents a very clear and easy to follow method for taking your pitch and refining it to ensure every possibility that's under your control is covered. Crucially, it doesn't 'dumb down' its approach or tell you what to say - so you still have to work at developing your pitch.

Paul Heaney

This book is full of practical and proven lean manufacturing principles and techniques. Bill's "Back to Basics" approach to lean manufacturing implementation is easy to understand and provides the foundation for a successful lean manufacturing transformation. Many companies in the process of Lean Manufacturing implementation will find an easy tool in this book.

Enrique Mora

When I started my NLP journey I found tons of book repeating the same few concepts in a very boring way, then suddenly I found this manual and everything became interesting and I started to be keen to know more and more. It is the perfect first step for anyone who wants to use NLP for working, coaching or just to better understand life.

Giuliano Papadia

Paul knows the subject inside out and understands that every great manager needs to slow down sometimes in order to go faster in the long run.

Carl Honoré, bestselling author of ‘In Praise of Slow’