A Guide to Your Ultimate Self-actualization

By: L Michael Hall


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PublishedSeptember 2007

Abraham Maslow intended to write a book about Self-Actualization Psychology, but he died at the young age of 62 before he could pull together his life’s research. Now, Dr. L. Michael Hall a cognitive psychologist has stepped up to continue Maslow’s revision of actualizing human potential.

So what exactly is Self-Actualization?

Actualizing your highest and best skills, capabilities, possibilities, and potential. Being the best you so that you can be fully alive/fully human and contribute your unique gifts. Fully functioning as a psychologically healthy human being in all of your relationships, activities, career, habits, etc. Refusing to die with your music and gifts still within you, but actively seeking to develop your talents, turn them into competent skills and express your best as your contribution. The human adventure of continuing to grow and develop as an adult with child-like love, passion, curiosity, wonder, and learning.

Many talk about self-actualization, but this book shows us how it actually works and what can we practically do to actualize our potential. But this is not an adventure for the faint of heart. It is for those ready to change themselves and their world.

How ready are you to be unleashed?

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L Michael Hall

L. Michael Hall is a Cognitive Psychologist who through research into NLP and Self-Actualization Psychology is now a modeler of human excellence; he has completed 15 modeling projects from Resilience, Women in Leadership, Self-Actualization, Coaching, Self-Actualizing Leaders, Managers, and Companies, Selling, Defusing, Wealth Creation, etc. He has authored 50 NLP books and a series on Meta-Coaching. Michael co-founded the ISNS (International Society of Neuro-Semantics) and the MCF (Meta-Coaching Foundation) and is an internationally renowned trainer. For his free weekly newsletter, Neurons, go to www.neurosemantics.com to sign up.

Click here to visit L Michael Hall's site on Self-Actualization.


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