Analyze People

  • by Nathan Newman, Sarah Faulkner
  • Narrated by Anneliese Rennie
  • 3 hrs and 9 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Do you want to learn more about human behavior?
Find out with How to Analyze People: Proven Techniques to Analyzing People, Body Language, Human Behavior, Reading People and Human Psychology.
Do you want to have more fruitful and harmonious relationships?
Using this easy-to-follow book with simple ways of analyzing and categorizing personalities you can!
This book is a good guide for anyone wishing to learn about human behavior in all is diverse glory.
This book not only breaks down what experts have said over the years about the various personality types and their associated traits, but also presents the facts relating to human behavior in very simple language. You will find it interesting to learn how many misconceptions you often have about people you know, including coworkers, family members, and those in your social circle. Best of all, after going through the tips provided in this book, you will find it very easy to relate to people of different personalities in ways that help you have more fruitful and harmonious relationships.


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What made the experience of listening to Analyze People the most enjoyable?

How to Analyze People by both Nathan Newman and Sarah Faulkner is a fascinating read. Although, I would really recommend it for those who have taken either or both classes in Psychology and Sociology. Because, these classes would make the topic presented easier to relate to as well as to understand. Both writers, have taken a deep dive into the hearts of both core subjects. I found that interesting. Everything in life is connected. Major themes inside were about the human personality, personality diversity, and personality analysis. These are the factor to help readers analyze things such as human behavior, humanity, and human nature. From there we can explore and understand peoples body language. This is crucial in helping us learn the different types of human interactions. By learning all of this, we can easily sense, judge, feel, think and perceive things from others. These skills would especially help for those of us who work in environments that has a lot of human interaction. Communication is key to success. If we can analyze people correctly our ways of communication would come out better thus, improving our personal growth. Overall, I really liked this nonfiction book. It was a great guide, and I recommend it to others.

What about Anneliese Rennie’s performance did you like?

How to Analyze People is narrated by Annelies Rennie. She was the perfect narrator for this kind of audio book. It felt more enriching when listening to her voice. Clear, well-spoken, and engaging. It made the book topic stick out in a good way. Annelise Rennie's tone of voice is one, that I would recommend for educational and other nonfiction reads. She just has that voice that suits the topics well. Educational and interesting.

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- Danielle Urban "Danielle Urban"

I learned how to identify personality types

Would you consider the audio edition of Analyze People to be better than the print version?

I had taken the Myres-Briggs test a couple of times in the workplace before getting the book and the book provided a lot of useful insight. This would serve as a good introduction to the theory of personality analysis and a good reference for anyone interested.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Analyze People?

The way the types are broken down is different than the typical way, makes it a lot more accessible.

Which scene was your favorite?

The narrator is very engaging.

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- HMCbooklover

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-21-2016
  • Publisher: Open Spirit Publishing, LLC