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How to Analyze People

A Psychologist’s Guide to Mastering the Art of Speed Reading People, Through Human Psychology & Analysis of Body Language
Narrated by: Sam Slydell
Length: 1 hr and 51 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Would you like to speed-read people effectively through verbal and non-verbal clues?

The essential skill that helps you form more rewarding interpersonal relationships, boost professional relationships, improve your overall social life, and generally lead a happier life is the skill of speed-reading people accurately.

The gift of being able to read people's feelings, thoughts, and behavior is probably what sets apart exceptional performers from average folks. Analyzing other humans isn't a skill we are all born with, but it can be acquired with training and practice.

In this audiobook, you’ll learn everything about knowing yourself and others through body language clues, cool strategies for speed reading people through both verbal and nonverbal clues, reading facial expressions like a pro, reading hand gestures, spotting signs of deception, and much more.

Here’s a glimpse of what you can expect from this book:

  • Proven strategies for reading people through the words they use
  • Fool-proof techniques for boosting your body language reading skills 
  • The importance of mastering people speed reading skills 
  • Power packed tips for reading other people’s behavior for developing more rewarding interpersonal relationships
  • Surefire signs of deception, enthusiasm, flexibility, and several other thoughts, feelings, and emotions
  • A comprehensive guide to reading expressions, hand gestures, and leg movements.

So, what are you waiting for? Get your copy today and dive into the world of human psychology and behavior!

©2017 David Clark (P)2018 David Clark

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Good.

Good book, I feel a lot more confident in analysing people when I go into interviews and meetings.

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  • brian
  • 17-08-2018

these techniques will be very useful

These teachings will be very useful in life. the Narrator is a little monotone, but the subject material keeps ones attention

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 28-03-2018

Good insight into the art of reading people

I loved the fact that the author acknowledges that reading people can never be a one size fits all thing, it requires one to also consider personality, the environment in which they are meeting those people and their relationship or mutual feeling with those people.

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  • jency
  • 06-02-2018

Good book

I liked the book because is easy to understand.
5 stars as he made it to the point fast.
Good luck.

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  • 匿名
  • 17-03-2018

a usefu and short introduction to people reading

Has examples that we meet everyday.Makes a good introduction for many chapters.There is still space to add more information and detail but this would make the book longer.Would recommend to someone to spend their time on this book

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01-03-2019

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At the beginning for ME was boring, because I've been reading about body language for the last 6 months as well always I like to observe people's behaviour.
The most important information I received was in the last 3 chapters, because it explains very well how to read or catch a liar. Whoever guys, do not assume nothing, always look for more information on non verbals before make an statement. The easiest non verbals occurs when someone is nervous. But the hardest one it's to tell when someone is manipulating an information. Sometimes they are professionals.

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  • Cristina Cristian
  • 30-10-2018

Nothing new

I have not learned any new palpable information after reading it. Could do with some more detailed info

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  • Elvis079
  • 01-08-2018

Not enough substance

I'll be surprised if you can't find the same information in a free website somewhere.

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  • 匿名
  • 24-06-2018

Awesome material for newbies

I've had difficulty understand other person for a long time as I payed too much attention to sound and ignored the picture infront. This book is filled with great tips and tricks to enhance your perception of what is really going on . If you're like me you'll enjoy this book much!

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  • thomas
  • 10-06-2018

A little bit too basic

This book reminded me of a summary of a bigger book. If you had never read a word on the subject before it might get you going. Also, the narration was very flat. I was waiting for the book to finally end.

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  • 匿名
  • 07-06-2018

Interesting but dry

I thought this was an interesting book with some useful indicators. Not that in-depth and not what I'd call a thorough analysis. But if you want a basic introduction to understanding people by clusters of signs then this is OK. The real let down was the narrator which seemed very stilted and a little robotic.

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  • sophie
  • 01-06-2018

great info

great info that covers body language, very helpful. As an actor I found it helpful

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  • Lilja Sif Þorsteinsdóttir
  • 17-05-2018

Maybe good for laypeople

As a psychologist myself I didn't find much new information in this book. It might be good for laypeople (I can't really tell), but for working clinicians I wouldn't recommend it.

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  • patrick
  • 10-02-2018

Well done

Very easy and wonderful listen! The teachings inside were true, effective and that I felt like I caught myself studying about this field of psychology. I love how the author explains the process of human analysis in simple terms.