How to Analyze People 2.0
- How to Read Anyone Using Cognitive Conditioning & Personality Typing - Spot Influence & Persuasion Tactics of Others
- Narrated by: Deborah Fennelly
- Length: 1 hr and 39 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 09-20-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Katherine Chambers
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Whether it's assessing potential business clients, knowing what your colleagues are really thinking, or simply being able to read the true intentions of strangers on the street, you will gain such an advantage in life and get so much more from your relationships as a result - especially when it comes to spotting potentially manipulative behavior. But most people aren't equipped with the right cognitive assessment tools to do it.
Katherine Chambers is an ex-Stanford psychologist who specializes in all forms of neuroscientific and psychotherapy subjects. However, not until she left college life and entered the "real world" did she start to understand these theoretical topics in a practical sense. One skill she has continued to perfect is the art of analyzing people.
In this insightful and functional second edition to the series, Chambers gives listeners a practical real-life guide on how to:
Understand human cognitive conditioning and learning
Predict people's actions through their habitual behavior
Identify the classic psychological motivators and needs which drive us all
Understand personality traits and the Myers-Briggs four-letter typing model
Spot the six weapons of influence when you see them
Detect potentially manipulative and persuasive strategies
Use the "OODA Loop" thought-processing cycle to get ahead of people's thinking
...and much more.
How to Analyze People 2.0 is a mixture of theoretical principles combined with real-life practical advice on how to read the behavior of anyone.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By NabilaBarry on 02-16-18
I can't wait to listen again to this!
I really enjoy this book. its great for learning to pick up clues on reading people. it was nicely written, and explained things very well.
I am going to listen to it again to just to make sure I didn't miss anything.