In 1990 Perry Wood shelved his music career to breed, break in and train horses. 'All my work with horses,' he says, 'has been about exploring deeper communication, learning to understand and influence another being for the mutual benefit of both parties. As time went on I realised that more communication was happening below the surface than people normally noticed. I started to apply these observations to the people who came to me to learn, at which point it was suggested that what I was doing with the horses and people would be transformational if it was brought into corporations.' He was right, it is! 'What I bring to this work is not only my learning from years of horse whispering and people-training but also the non-judgemental spiritual essence of unconditional love that is present in everything.'In Secrets of the People Whisperer, Perry Wood shows with unique simplicity how to listen to yourself, how to listen to others and - once you've mastered these skills - how to set goals and turn your life into a stunning success story.
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About the Author
Perry Wood studied music at the Guildhall School of Music until 1989, when he moved to Exmoor to work with horses. Gradually his career included teaching communication skills to senior executives at e.g. BT, HSBC, Barclays, IBM etc. Kenilworth Press has published his Real Riding (2002) and Practical Horse Whispering (2003). Today Perry Wood lives in Brecon, Wales.