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  2. Erhard Seminars Training - Wikipedia

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    Erhard Seminars Training (marketed as est, though often encountered as EST or Est) was an organization, founded by Werner Erhard in 1971, that offered a two-weekend (6-day, 60-hour) course known officially as "The est Standard Training". The seminar aimed to "transform one's ability to experience living so that the situations one had been ...

  3. Representational systems (NLP) - Wikipedia

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    NLP [who?] asserts that for most circumstances and most people, three of the five sensory based modes seem to dominate in mental processing: visual thoughts – sight, mental imagery, spatial awareness auditory (or linguistic) thoughts – sound, speech, dialog, white noise

  4. Adam Khoo - Wikipedia

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    At 25, Khoo was coaching insurance agents and marketing managers on how to boost sales, [2] and in 2002, he co-founded Adam Khoo Learning Technologies Group where he created his first personal development training program, Pattern of Excellence, that taught Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) techniques to working professionals.

  5. Scam letters - Wikipedia

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    Today scam letters are a general part of electronic life, ending up in mailboxes in hordes. Types Lottery scam letter. Based on mostly the same principles as the Nigerian 419 advance-fee fraud scam, this scam letter informs recipients that their e-mail addresses have been drawn in online lotteries and that they have won large sums of money ...

  6. Richard Bandler - Wikipedia

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    Richard Wayne Bandler (born 1950) is an American consultant in the field of self-help. [1] With John Grinder, he founded the neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) approach to psychotherapy in the 1970s. Education and background[ edit] Bandler was born in Teaneck, New Jersey and attended high school in Sunnyvale, California.

  7. Predatory conference - Wikipedia

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    Overview. Jeffrey Beall coined the term "predatory meetings" as analogous to "predatory publications" and explains that the business model involves "conferences organized by revenue-seeking companies that want to exploit researchers' need to build their vitas with conference presentations and papers in the published proceedings or affiliated journals," these affiliated journals being predatory ...

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    DataMask by AOL. DataMask protects you by disguising your every keystroke. Ward off attackers with patented keystroke protection safeguarding your personal information. We are currently experiencing higher than normal call volume and wait times due to a system issue which might be impacting your ability to login to one of AOL’s services.