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Charles Faulkner

Charles Faulkner, (born 29 February 1960), is an American life coach, motivational speaker, trader and writer. Has made numerous contributions to the field of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). Charles has authored a number of books, including NLP: The New Technology. His best known tape program is Success Mastery With NLP/Cassettes ; other programs include The Essence of Intuition! and Submodalities : An Inside View of Your Mind. Charles is profiled in the book The New Market Wizards by Jack D. Schwager

Education Edit

Charles holds degrees in English and Experimental Psychology.

Published works Edit

Faulkner, Charles; Robert McDonald (2003). NLP The New Technology of Achievement, Nightingale Conant. ISBN 0-7435-2905-7.

Faulkner, Charles (1994). Success Mastery With NLP, Nightingale Conant. ISBN 0-671-89487-0.

Faulkner, Charles (1999). Worlds Within A Word: The Metaphors of Movement, Genesis II. ISBN 1-884605-08-7.

Faulkner, Charles (2005). The Mythic Wheel of Life: Finding Your Place in the World, Genesis II Publishing. ISBN 1-884605-16-8.

Faulkner, Charles (2005). Metaphors of Identity: Operating Metaphors & Iconic Change, Genesis II Publishing. ISBN 1-884605-15-X.

Faulkner, Charles (2005). Submodalities : An Inside View of Your Mind, NPL Comprehensive. ISBN 0-9705492-3-7.

Faulkner, Charles (1998). The Essence of Intuition, NPL Comprehensive. ISBN 0-9705492-4-5.

Faulkner, Charles (2001). Creating Irresistible Influence with NLP, Nightingale Conant. ASIN B000EZQH0I.

See alsoEdit

References Edit

includeonly>Nusbaum, David. "Charles Faulkner: mind reader", Futures magazine, Nov 1993. Retrieved on 2006-09-03.

includeonly>Burke, Gibbons. "Getting on track with a journal", Futures magazine, June 1993. Retrieved on 2006-09-03.

includeonly>Hartle, Thom. "Neuro-Linguistic Programmer Charles Faulkner", Stocks & Commodities magazine, January 1994. Retrieved on 2006-09-05.

includeonly>Bremner, Brian. "Promotions", Comings and Goings, Crain's, September 26 1988, pp. 53. Retrieved on 2006-09-03.

includeonly>Drexler, Madeline. "Mind Over All", Five Star PD magazine, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, April 10 1994, pp. 32. Retrieved on 2006-09-03.

includeonly>"Business Inc", Calgary Herald, July 5 1999, pp. Enterprise C2. Retrieved on 2006-09-03.

includeonly>Maughan, Shannon. "Spoken Audio for Spring", Publishers Weekly, Feb 3 2003. Retrieved on 2006-09-03.

External links Edit

Further reading Edit

Schwager, Jack D. (1995). The New Market Wizards, 15 pages: Wiley; New Ed edition. ISBN 0-471-13236-5.

Covel, Michael W. (2005). Trend Following, Chapter 6 Section: Financial Times Prentice Hall. ISBN 0-13-134550-8.

Koppel, Robert (1996). The Intuitive Trader, Chapter 5: John Wiley and Sons. ISBN 0-471-13047-8.

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