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
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I have no doubt that Peter Freeth is on course to be one of the most influential and effective leadership guides of the early 21st century. If you've encountered Peter before, you’ll probably already have this book. If you haven’t – be prepared for a fundamental shift in your approach to business. He really is that good.
David Nicoll, MD Certax Accounting
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!
In the fast paced environment we work in, the senior sales managers really welcomed the opportunity to spend an hour thinking about how they manage talent and can get the best from their sales teams. The (Genius at Work) concepts were simple to grasp and apply whilst being easily overlooked!
Catherine Noel, Canon UK
If I wanted to read a book that would help me triumph over adversity, this would be it. So often this type of book can be maudling, but this one tells you in simple terms that if you set your mind to something you CAN do it (my capitals, not those of the authors). It reminded me of Jeffrey Archer's first book - the story of his own determination to triumph over bankruptcy - "Not A Penny More, Not A Penny Less". I say that, not because the authors' own experiences were in any way similar to his. But because in their own way, in their very different social situation, they did it too. Well done to them - and thanks for the read!
It was very thought-provoking, and yet was also run to demonstrate and prove how extremely simple it is to apply and achieve results! (Genius at Work)
Karen Minto, BI Worldwide
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!
As a ghostwriter focusing on writing books that my clients use to promote their service businesses, I highly recommend working with Christopher Greenaway at CGW Publishing, who understands how to effectively promote business books better than most; for example, a recent client, published by CGW, found his book at the top of Amazon.com UK's most recommended list.
Martin Smith, Professional Writer
Humorous and accessible - This book explains clearly how modelling can help you identify the difference that makes the difference. Really useful in a business context when what creates high performance can be counter intuitive or difficult to quantify. The author gives real examples from his consultancy experience to illustrate how NLP can have a positive impact in practice.
Catherine Noel, L&D Manager, Canon UK