How to Analyze People

A CherryTree Style Book
Narrated by: Dave Wright
Length: 51 mins
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Do you find yourself wondering in the middle of a conversation what the other person really feels? And what about in situations where it falls to you to lead others? What does their facial expression and their body expression mean? Are they people you can trust, or do they secretly resent you? Imagine reading people like reading books.

It is logical that conflict is a result of ignorance. When two people interact, each containing their own rich inner worlds, personal connotations, and mysterious reasons for feeling and acting and wanting, it is nearly impossible for one to fully understand the other without a proper body language training.

But this audiobook will unlock the body language secrets and help you to begin to understand the emotions, motivations, and desires of those around you. This will gift you with increased empathy, amiability, and ability to lead. This book is an all in one tool book to start your journey in learning how to analyze people. With this book, you won't have to face the problem of misunderstanding, shallow conversation, or guessing. Anyone can gain a deeper understanding of those around them the next day with the help of this audiobook.

©2016 CherryTree Publishing (P)2016 CherryTree Publishing
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A recap (if you're older), on how to spruce up your self of steam and keep charging forward with making new connections, and friendships.

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I would not. Most of what was discussed what mostly general and lacked specifics