How to Analyze People

  • by Modern Psychology Publishing
  • Narrated by Terry F. Self
  • 0 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Imagine if you had the magical ability to read people's minds. You would always know what they were really thinking, and how they formed their opinions. You would be able to tell if they were lying. You would know what decisions they were going to make even before they did. Wouldn't it be great if you could always know just the right thing to say to influence them effectively?
Well, it turns out that this isn't a magical superpower at all - it is simply the ability to analyze people.
We are all continuously broadcasting hundreds of signals to us every second through their body language, speech patterns, and unconscious gestures. Our subconscious picks up on all of these signals; however, not all of this information can possibly be processed by our conscious mind.
In this book you will become the master of two essential skills to understanding people inside and out: Observation, or mastering the non-verbal cues that constitute the majority of our communications; and Interpretation, or developing a framework to understand anyone from a psychological perspective through their personality type.
Whether you are looking for greater social influence in business and relationships, or if you are simply looking to learn to improve your communications, the value of the ability to be able to analyze people cannot be underestimated!
In this book, you will learn:


A reliable system for discovering personality type accurately - without them knowing!
How to uncover psychological traits based on a framework of observation
The best way to master body language and nonverbal cues
The benefits of being able to analyze people effectively, and how it can lead to greater social influence
How to determine if someone is lying
And much, much more!

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-02-2017
  • Publisher: Modern Psychology Publishing