I already have listened three times, there is a lot of information to soak in.
It is amazing how you truly can tilt the odds in your favor when trying to determine the truth.
It will totally change your perspective on talking to strangers, co-workers, family and even when you watch TV interviews. Amazing.
I havent read the book but the audio edition is excellent
In some how you can compare it with Daniel Coleman's Social Intelligence in some if his chapters where you can abstract usual behaviors in social interaction.
Or even with Paul Ekman, even though the authors recite Ekman
Fred's perfomance just fit with this book, it engaged me!!
All in one setting and several times
Excellent information and tips that everybody should know and have present in social interactions
I loved the content and how they worked the suspense into the theory. Priceless skills can be learned from this book.
Very interesting. I have used the theories and they seem to work extremely well. You must give it full concentration while using the theories. I will listen over and over to grasp all the nuances that are taught in this book. I enjoyed this book very much. Well narrated.
The examples of how to spot the lie
The Sandusky transcript interview with Bob Costas
Oh the tangled web we weave when practice to deceive.
The stories keep it moving from subject to subject and the "how to" part is easy enough to follow audibly. I've listened to it twice and will go through it again soon. A must have for anyone who works with personnel.
He has such a natural way of reading it felt more like a friend was just talking and explaining things to me most of the time, rather than that he was reading to me. His ability to share the book with me in such a personable way led me to not realizing until this minute that he was not the author. I suppose I did not spot the reader's "lie" there. Well done!
Yes - both times.
Makes you realize that more people are lying more often than we think. It's also true that if everyone reads this book it's going be a very good thing to be good and tell the truth.
I am an Accountant and an MBA Candidate. I like to listen to audio books when I am in traffic, at the gym or doing repetitive work.
Yes. I plan on listening to Spy the Lie again in order to dedicate more of the lessons to memory. There is a lot of information in this audio book and I am glad I can listen to it over and over again.
One of the most memorable moments was the breakdown done on the Sandusky case.
I have not.
It made me laugh in some parts and drew shock from me in others.
Audible is the balm for an itch I can't scratch that sits right between my ears.
The methods discussed in this book are interesting, well explained and may just work. The examples presented are in some cases amazing, others outrageous and more often than not amusing.
The narration is very good, clear and read with an enthusiasm to make this work of non-fiction enjoyable to listen too and not a chore.
Well worth listening too
I work in IT, I love reading, I love Writing and for those daily travels too and fro I love to listen to Audible books too
Interesting, telling, useful
How easy they make it sound, how simple and how watchful I am now when interviewing or talking to people