This serves as a great introductory guide to body language. One can tell that Mr Navarro is an expert is his field and this is a solid introduction.
It is also evident that the author has a lot more knowledge in this field and perhaps he will follow this up some more detailed stories about his experiences. There are several appetite whetting stories that he glosses over in this book that could make great follow-ups.
Chad Williams boldly holds nothing back... except for the expletives of his instructors, fellow candidates and colleagues in the Seals.
This story is an exceptional witness of living as a Christian in a very tough environment. I found the story very encouraging and recommend reading this if you have any testosterone flowing through your veins.
It is easy to get lost in the detail that the author gives as he looks at how the American Civil War started. This is not a good 'first read' for readers who want to gain a broad understanding of the American Civil War.
If you are a serious Civil War aficionado and have already read widely on this subject then you will probably enjoy this book.
This book gives excellent insight into the challenges and psyches of successful entrepeneurs. A must read for any would-be entrepreneur.
This is a fascinating insight into the "boys who should be men" (failure to launch) phenomenon. Dr Sax presents a truck load of statistics and data to support his real-world experience with the boys of today. I found the book immensely useful in understanding the drifting generation of underachieving, under-motivated men in our society. I think for any parent of boys this is a "must read". Throughout the book, Dr Sax points out the problems and gives corrective action recommendations, which I think are poignant, savvy and useful for educators and parents alike.
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