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The designer of this and all other MindSkills 10 minute techniques, tools, protocols, components, modules and models (hereinafter called ‘techniques’) disclaims all warranties, either expressed or implied, including fit for purpose. The designer does not warrant that this technique can be relied upon for complete accuracy or applicability to any purpose or situation, including those resembling any listed as typical for any given techniques/s. MindSkills techniques do not provide medical, mental health, psychiatric or psychological diagnosis, treatment or advice.

Although the material is believed to accurately reflect sound application of various language patterns, tools and techniques at the time of publication, the possibility of human error and changing standards for utilisation of such techniques, the individuals involved in the production of this technique or any technique does not warrant that the information contained herein is in every respect accurate or complete, and thus are not responsible for any errors or omissions or for the results obtained from the use of such information. The designer, MindSkills and Leadership DynamiX makes no representation or warranties, express or implied.

In any event shall the designer, any contributors, or anyone referenced as a source or authority be liable for any claims or damages (including, without limitation, direct, incidental and consequential damages, personal injury/wrongful death, lost profits, resulting from the use, misuse or inability to use this material, whether based on warranty, contract, tort, or any other legal theory, and whether or not the designer is advised of the possibility of such damages.


The designer is grateful to all the authors, academics, consultants and trainers who have created the foundation knowledge, patterns and techniques subsequently influencing the pioneering design and development of MindSkills techniques. Every effort has been made to ensure that proper credit wherever possible or relevant is attributed to the original sources that underpin or have contributed to the design of each component, module and/or model. The following abridged list of authors includes but is not restricted to:

Richard Bandler John Grinder Herbert Benson Ken Wilber
Anne Linden Robert Cialdini Maxwell Maltz Stephen Gilligan
Margaret Wheatley Robert Fritz Jim Collins Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Steven Covey Eric Harrison Ned Hermann Charles Baudouin
Tad James Larry McLauchlin Paul Scheele Robert Greene
Joseph O’Connor Anthony Robbins Paul McKenna Win Wenger
Noel Tichy Richard Branson Donald Moine Shelle Rose Charvet
Robert Dilts Michael Hall Sharon Morgan Genie Laborde
Shlomo Vaknin Albert Korzibski Candace Pert Tim Hallbom
Napoleon Hill Jim Collins Deepak Chopra James Lawley
Daniel Goleman Tony Buzan Byron Lewis David Gordon
Warren Bennis Joseph Campbell Spencer Johnson Malcolm Gladwell
Gregory Bateson Milton Erickson Peter Senge Clare Graves
James Kouzes Roger von Oech Michael Michalko Gareth Morgan
Don Beck Michael Murphy Ken Blanchard Charles Hampton-Turner
Timothy Gallwey Robert Hare Jon Katzenbach Carl Larson
John Overdurf Jack Welch John Seymour Charles Faulkner
Wyatt Woodsmall Lucas Derks Bob Bodenhamer Stephen Wolinsky
George Lakoff Doc Childre Thomas Kuhn Daniel Coyle
Chris Argyris Jim Loehr Steve Lankton Paul Watzlawick
Steve Andreas John Kotter W. Chan Kim Michael Porter
Judith Delozier Howard Gardner Leo Angart Warren Bennis
. . . and many, many others

It should be noted that there is unlikely to be ‘one best way’ and technique designs has drawn from many sources. Some provided a partial background or blueprint of expertise in the field (e.g. leadership, coaching, sports, wealth, meditation, arts, etc.) many integrated with human capital development (e.g. emotional intelligence, accelerated learning, team-building, creativity and innovation, change management, learning styles, cognitive research and psychometrics) using up-to-date knowledge, easy to follow psycholinguistic guidelines, and the designers many years of extensive pioneering, innovating and field-testing experience applied largely in a business context and to a lesser extent sports (especially golf), business and private coaching, workshops, talks and seminars.

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