If you are new to this area, it is okay. If you are familiar with the research on innovation on creativity, this gets pretty tedious quickly.
Perhaps someone looking for a middle school approach to "ensnaring people." Seriously, the analysis is pretty shallow and the recommendations for "how to" are sophomoric and morally debased.
Yes, unless they have a more scholarly tone or a positive message.
Creepy tone of voice, more like what you'd expect Satan to have while he is whispering in your ear, rather that a serious and learned presentation of the psychology of seduction.
I would not have published this book. It makes no significant contribution to society.
This book is a time-waster. Shallow, repetitive, and morally debased. Where should you turn to for advice on winning people over either in business or personal settings?
How about Dale Carnegie (How to Win Friends and Influence People) or Steven Covey (Seven Habits of Highly Effective People). Don't fall for the cynically manipulations espoused by the author of this book.
A personal statement such as this book is best read by the author, not a paid reader that lacks the full force and sentiment of the author. No passion comes through...
A shorter, breezier story and a less lecturing tone. Far too much repetition.
To monotone and not very expressive.
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