WHAT? Did you really say what I think I heard?, by Sharon-Drew Morgen

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Readers are saying:

“I really like this book. It is punchy, fast and direct and gets to the point well. I think the approach fits in nicely. The book includes lot of things that I have learned to be skilled at and would have dearly loved this book earlier on in my development to improve my conversation skills. It therefore will be very handy for people to read and learn from.

This is not another NLP take on communication which is refreshing too. The concepts go much further into the realm of practicability, which is something I really like. Well done Sharon Drew on getting this book out. This book will have its rightful place in the world. I can see how the book will take the reader on the journey many of us are on, to improve ourselves, break through and discover our own authenticity and help get us on our way to do this. I will be recommending this book to my clients that require additional help in their conversation skills and communication.

Part two is my favourite as it powerfully brings together the concepts very well with good action plans and learning summaries to move the reader forward.

Sharon Drew, this is a great read, a practical tool kit for better conversations, well done you, a great achievement.

Andrew Jenkins, MSc BSc CEng. MNCP (Snr. Accred). NLP & Hypn Mstr Pract. INLPTA & ANLP Cert. HypDip. GHR, GQHP (GHSc), NRH. CNHC, TFT Pract.

“A game-changing book about hearing others without our biases, filters, to properly hear what our communication partner is trying to say. Please forgive a shameless plug of a remarkable piece of work that is entirely relevant to all forms of communication.


This product is best used in conjunction with:

Listening: Study Guides

Keynote: have Sharon Drew speak at your meeting or conference to discuss the role of bias and communication in colleague and client conversations.

Listening tools: Online Bias Assessment