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Use this guide to help you analyze people by using psychological techniques.
This book has actionable information on how to analyze people using human psychological techniques, body language signals, social skills, and personality types.
"If only I could know what he/she is thinking...?" This statement is one most of us have used at one time or the other. Let us not forget the common regret statement of, "How could I not see X for what he/she truly is? How could I be so blind?"
Many are the times when we wish we had the ability to read the mind of those we are in love with, those we do business with, and those we associate with on an everyday basis. This wish, although nothing but a wish, comes from the fact that knowing what someone is thinking would make communicating and relating infinitely easy.
If we could read minds, we would know what to do or say at the right time. We would never have to worry about how others perceive you, and we would not have to waste so much time on people who did not deserve it. If we could read minds, the world would be "sucker"-free. Such ability would save so much time and trouble!
While the ability to read minds may seem like something out of a sci-fi movie, did you know that if you applied psychology to analyze people, you could actually "read them like a book"? A person is a series of behaviors and verbal and non-verbal symbols that if you learn how to analyze, you can gain a supernatural ability: reading people and knowing what they are thinking.
From this amazing book, you are going to learn how to use psychological techniques, personality types, and body language signals to read people as you would an open book. Let's begin.
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- Fernando Briceño
This is a good introduction for someone who does not know anything about the subject. It enumerates what to look for when interacting with other people.