How to Analyze People
- A Psychologist's Guide to Master the Art of Speed Reading Anyone, Through Psychological Techniques & Body Language Analysis
- Narrated by: Deborah Fennelly
- Length: 1 hr and 46 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 08-21-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Katherine Chambers
- Whispersync for Voice-ready
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Whether its 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 out of your relationships as a result. Especially when it comes to spotting potentially deceitful behavior. But most people aren't equipped with the right verbal and non-verbal analysis tools to do it.
Katherine Chambers is an ex-Stanford Psychologist who specializes in all forms of neuroscientific and psychotherapy subjects. However, it wasn't 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 audiobook, Chambers gives listeners a firsthand look into the body language principles, as well as a practical real life guide on how to:
Understand your own biochemistry, to better understand others
Use the five contextual cues to assess any situation
Detect "Leaking Signals" people subconsciously give away
Understand the words being spoken, and why they were selected
Pattern seeking secrets of the limbs
Interpret the goldmine of gestures of facial expressions
Use the "Pinocchio Principle" to detect general deception
And much more.
How to Analyze People is a mixture of theoretical principles combined with real life practical advice on how to read the behavior of anyone. The verbal and non-verbal analysis tools will help you get a leg-up in every interaction in your life, from business associates, family/friend relationships, and everything in between.
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By D. Rose on 09-15-17
Body Language 101
If you've already read (or listened to) a good book on body language then you may be disappointed with this one. There's nothing new here. In fact, it's downright basic. I have read or listened to other books with significantly more information on the topic.
If this is your first book on reading body language, you may like it; I didn't. I kept listening for something new, but it didn't come until the bonus chapters. I found those to be the most interesting, by far. However, the topics of those chapters seemed to be totally disconnected from the rest of the book.
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