The best 4 NLP books

NLP, or Neuro-Linguistic Programming, is a powerful approach to personal development and communication. It explores the connection between language, behavior, and the mind, offering practical techniques to enhance our lives. Our thoughtfully selected book list is here to help you dive into the world of NLP.

These books provide insights and strategies to help you improve communication, build better relationships, and overcome personal challenges. So, why not take the first step towards self-improvement and start exploring these transformative NLP books?
The best 4 NLP books
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NLP Books: The Ultimate Introduction to NLP by Richard Bandler, Alessio Roberti and Owen Fitzpatrick

The Ultimate Introduction to NLP

Richard Bandler, Alessio Roberti and Owen Fitzpatrick
How to Build a Successful Life
4.4 (253 ratings)
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What's The Ultimate Introduction to NLP about?

The Ultimate Introduction to NLP (2012) offers a fascinating primer of Neurolinguistic Programmingor NLP, a novel approach to the ways your thoughts and language can “program” your emotions, behavior and communication. When you learn to master NLP, you’ll connect better with the people around you, have a healthier outlook on the future and lead a happier life, too.

Who should read The Ultimate Introduction to NLP?

  • Psychology students
  • Anyone interested in Neuro Linguistic Programming
  • Anyone feeling stuck in life

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NLP Books: The Mind Club by Daniel M. Wegner and Kurt Gray

The Mind Club

Daniel M. Wegner and Kurt Gray
Who Thinks, What Feels and Why It Matters
3.6 (143 ratings)
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What's The Mind Club about?

The Mind Club (2016) is all about how we perceive beings as having a mind or not, and how this determination affects our moral judgments. These blinks explain what constitutes a mind as well as how and why we perceive minds the way we do.

Who should read The Mind Club?

  • Psychologists, philosophers and scientists
  • Students of philosophy or neuroscience
  • Anyone interested in the field of ethics and the justification of brutal acts

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NLP Books: Neuro-linguistic Programming for Dummies by Romilla Ready and Kate Burton

Neuro-linguistic Programming for Dummies

Romilla Ready and Kate Burton
4.0 (288 ratings)
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What's Neuro-linguistic Programming for Dummies about?

Neuro-linguistic Programming for Dummies (2015) is an introduction to the basic principles behind NLP. If you’ve ever struggled to say what’s on your mind, NLP may be of use to you. Discover the human traits that can keep us from understanding each other and the helpful methods that can lead to clear and effective communication.

Who should read Neuro-linguistic Programming for Dummies?

  • Readers who strive to communicate clearly
  • Students of neuroscience and linguistics
  • Anyone open to new ideas and techniques for improvement

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NLP Books: Words Can Change Your Brain by Andrew Newberg and Mark Robert Waldman

Words Can Change Your Brain

Andrew Newberg and Mark Robert Waldman
12 Conversation Strategies to Build Trust, Resolve Conflict, and Increase Intimacy
4.4 (544 ratings)
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What's Words Can Change Your Brain about?

Words Can Change Your Brain (2012) is an easy-to-follow guide on the art of effective and compassionate communication. Informed by the brain’s natural behavior and responses, these blinks outline measures we can take to become better at listening, expressing ourselves, and fostering trust and cooperation with others. 

Who should read Words Can Change Your Brain?

  • Anyone who wants to improve their communication skills
  • People who’d like to approach difficult conversations with confidence
  • Those curious about the science of communication

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 FAQs 

What's the best NLP book to read?

While choosing just one book about a topic is always tough, many people regard The Ultimate Introduction to NLP as the ultimate read on NLP.

What are the Top 10 NLP books?

Blinkist curators have picked the following:
  • The Ultimate Introduction to NLP by Richard Bandler, Alessio Roberti and Owen Fitzpatrick
  • The Mind Club by Daniel M. Wegner and Kurt Gray
  • Neuro-linguistic Programming for Dummies by Romilla Ready and Kate Burton
  • Words Can Change Your Brain by Andrew Newberg and Mark Robert Waldman

Who are the top NLP book authors?

When it comes to NLP, these are the authors who stand out as some of the most influential:
  • Richard Bandler, Alessio Roberti and Owen Fitzpatrick
  • Daniel M. Wegner and Kurt Gray
  • Romilla Ready and Kate Burton
  • Andrew Newberg and Mark Robert Waldman