How To Analyze People: 13 Laws About the Manipulation of the Human Mind

How To Analyze People: 13 Laws About the Manipulation of the Human Mind

English | 2019 | ASIN: B07SVM5PD, ISBN: n/a | EPUB | 124 Pages | 0.6 MB

Have you ever felt awkward because you can't catch the signals that your partner is trying to send you?
Would you like to read people by their unspoken behavior?
Do you wish you could figure out if someone is lying to you?
Do you want to get anybody to do anything you want?
Are you a manipulator or are you being manipulated?
Let's be honest... even just for once you have dreamed of having all of your relations in the palm of your hand, realizing your partner's desire before he asks anything, or smelling the cheating in the air. But if you lack of control makes you feel helpless and powerless, then it's time to wake up and learn how to turn things around. It's time to stop being slave of other's business and make the world play your game by your rules.

The only way is to find out the secrets underlying the human mind and learn the strategies to sneak into its paths, in order to smoothly handle it, manage it, persuade it, control it. With these skills you will be able not only to influence other people's choice, but also to prevent yourself from being tricked by this same techniques, so as to become ruler of your decisions, relations and lifetime. That's what you will take in thanks to HOW TO ANALYZE PEOPLE.


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