• Critical Thinking & Dark Psychology Secrets 101

  • Beginners Guide for Problem Solving and Decision Making Skills to Become a Better Critical Thinker, Then ... the Art of Reading People & Manipulation
  • By: Pamela Hughes
  • Narrated by: Samantha Novak
  • Length: 7 hrs and 46 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)

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Critical Thinking & Dark Psychology Secrets 101

By: Pamela Hughes
Narrated by: Samantha Novak
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Publisher's Summary

If you feel psychologically pressured and want to learn how to make effective and informed decisions then keep listening....

Do you want to avoid being a target of social influence and manipulation? Do you feel guilty for wanting to say no although you have not done anything wrong? Do you often find your decisions are based on assumptions rather than knowing the facts? Are you tired of repeatedly making the same mistakes?

The solution is Critical Thinking and Dark Psychology Secrets 101, a valuable skill that you can use at work and in your personal life so you can regain control of your own thoughts, opinions, and behaviors to develop better decision making skills in order to create a healthier more rational environment.

In the book you will discover:

  • A simple trick you can do to become more creative with problem solving.
  • The best techniques to influence others and stop being manipulated.
  • The one method available to read people.
  • Why you need to separate the truth from the myths.
  • Why some people will fail to think critically and the harm it can cause.
  • And much, much more.

The proven methods and pieces of knowledge are so easy to follow. Even if you’ve never heard of dark psychology or tried critical thinking before, you will still be able to achieve high levels of success. 

If you want to be in control of your own mind and make better informed decisions, so your business and personal life has a more positive outcome, then buy now!

©2020 Pamela Hughes (P)2020 Pamela Hughes

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Just don’t unless you like being read Wikipedia pages

This is the first audiobook I’ve ever “returned”. It’s is just a very poorly written and structured book, it’s basically two books in one and both are equally bad. It starts with discussing critical thinking and at multiple points I literally felt I was being read to directly from a Wikipedia page. All the concepts were very academic in nature, but at a elementary level with no value unless you were trying to memorize content for a multiple choice test.

The dark psychology section I made it half way through before I finally gave up on this book. This second section again is just poorly structured and thought out. It also advocates for a complete pessimistic and victim mindset which I feel is just lazy writing try to fuel up some kind of emotion to mask the poor content and writing.

The narration/performance was good all things considered. Kind of dry and expressionless but I can’t fault that with the type of material they had to work with.

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The narrator misspells several words.

I felt like I was listening to an outline of many points. The book's narrative was not engaging.

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  • SteveN
  • 03-31-20

Critically Underachieving

I really wanted this book to wow me...but unfortunately the title is misleadingly overstated.

The book offers basic knowledge regarding critical thinking and persuasion, which wouldn't have been an issue if the title had stated the fact. There is a chapter titled A beginner's guide to critical thinking, a title best suited for the book in my opinion. The narrative sometimes repeats which is concerning, for example the overall benefits of critical thinking are best stated in the intro and then left there not to be repeated just to emphasize the pertinance of practical points or chapters.

Furthemore, a few errors in reference such as 'Sarcastic questioning' as opposed to the correct Socratic questioning (coined after Socrates and his development of critical thinking) which for me reduces the authors credibility on the subject. To end my negative perspective of this book, I would warn the listener that the narration sounds terribly amature. The narrator is fine, but the sound quality is desperately poor, to suggest that the narrator is speaking via Skype is probably being kind plus the volume frequently dips up and down just to add insult to injury.

That all said and done, this book does possess very insightful knowledge for those new to critical thinking, plus the book offers some particular usefull advice for specific audiences such as students.

Overall, I gave this book three stars mainly due to its technical performance, however one final critical proof read of this book may have gained it a 4 or even 5 stars had the repitition and more concise referencing been addressed before publishing.

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  • 05-19-21

So…what?

Strange book. It’s a book i would give to aliens if they invaded earth. Factual without being insightful, is it aimed at school kids? I don’t know who would benefit from this. Kind of like reading out a dictionary..every other word is ‘critical thinking’ for half the book and there is little meat to actually chew. Then suddenly we have a deeply thought through guide to seduction and then a story on Ted Bundy. Some interesting bits but just a bit odd. Was expecting more high level and deeper…I would get this for a teenager I guess that’s the level. Better books out there on this matter.