Do you struggle to get people to listen to you, to have them comply with instructions and requests? Have you ever wanted to become a great persuader? Do you ever think about how great it would be to control and manipulate anyone you wanted?
Well, what if I told you that there are various ways to do so, and that you can easily use them throughout your business and personal lives to great effect, enabling you to get what you want with children, adults, spouses, friends, colleagues, bosses, subordinates, students, teachers, and practically anyone you encounter in your daily life?
Psychological Triggers: How to Use the Dark Secret Techniques of Psychology to Control, Influence, Persuade and Manipulate Anyone contains invaluable insights into how to achieve unbeatable success in an ever more competitive world.
Who Can Benefit from This Book?
Let's be honest: It is chaos out there. Millions of people are striving to get noticed, struggling to stand in the light, to be different. If you are one of these people, determined to be someone who not only wants to be noticed but absolutely must stand out and get to the top, then this book is for you. Think of it as your guide to the heights.
Getting your way with people and knowing how to persuade, influence, control, and manipulate them will help you achieve incredible levels of success in whatever field you operate in. Teachers, students, parents, children, husbands, wives, boyfriends, girlfriends, bachelors, businessmen, supervisors, colleagues, or subordinates - in short, anyone with the right mind-set - can reap the benefits delivered by this book. It doesn't matter what group you belong to; if you want to do better in life, this book is for you!
How Can This Book Help You?
If used correctly, this book can help you achieve the success that you have been yearning for since as far back as you can remember - since that first realization that you were special, that you deserve the very best in life.
©2016 Dan Crosby (P)2016 Dan Crosby
I can't say anything positive about this. You'd probably be better off going with the book "how to argue and win every time" or the book about manipulative people quote in sheep's clothing"
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