• How to Analyze People : The Ultimate Guide to Speed-Reading People and Body Language, Secret Techniques to Understand Human Mind and Personality Types Using Human Psychology

  • By: BRANDON JAMES
  • Narrated by: Bill Franchuk
  • Length: 3 hrs and 26 mins
  • 3.7 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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How to Analyze People : The Ultimate Guide to Speed-Reading People and Body Language, Secret Techniques to Understand Human Mind and Personality Types Using Human Psychology

By: BRANDON JAMES
Narrated by: Bill Franchuk
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Analyzing people is one of life’s unheralded pleasures, a way to gain insight into the way other people live. When you have learned to analyze the people you meet, you will be able to associate more readily with them.

Most researchers now agree that words are used primarily for conveying information, while skills like body language are used for negotiating interpersonal attitudes and, in some cases, are used as a substitute for verbal messages. For example, a woman can give a man a "look to kill" and will convey a very clear message without opening her mouth.

Once you can analyze people readily, you can then proceed to the next step of understanding why they do the things they do. Good people sometimes do bad things, and it helps to comprehend why they do this. Also, you will be able to read the various behavior patterns in people you meet, so that you know what to expect from people shortly after having met them. You may learn more about yourself, too.

Having learned to analyze people accidentally by doing some petty businesses and traveling from office to office to try to convince people to buy my services, I have come to realize that this is indeed a great skill.

In this special guide, How to Analyze People, I take a deep look into the different techniques and methods you can follow to begin analyzing people. This book isn’t just a vital tool for anyone that wants to become more aware of their personality and body language but is also keen on learning how to read and analyze verbal and nonverbal clues of other people. 

Perhaps, you are wondering if your date is truly into you; if your boss truly cares about what you do, or he is just waiting to leave. There are certain unspoken words, behaviors, actions, and even body movement that you should learn. We are all able to observe the personality traits and behavior patterns of others, but we fail to realize that each movement reveals certain aspects of human behavior. These findings are essential for interviewing people, choosing prospective romantic partners, and even detecting deceptive behavior.

All of these is what the book, How to Analyze People, will reveal to you. Highlighted below are some of the things you will discover:

  • Understanding the self
  • Defining the different personality types
  • How to analyze people and their body language
  • Understanding behavioral patterns
  • Ways to discover one’s true intentions
  • The power of persuasion
  • The psychology of body language
  • How to interpret gestures and facial expressions
  • How to master the art of good listening

How to Analyze People will teach you to analyze people readily, after which you can then take the next step of understanding why people do the things they do.

So do not hesitate to grab your copy now!

©2019 BRANDON JAMES (P)2019 BRANDON JAMES

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No idea why people gave this more than one star!

It’s painful. Found myself looking for reasons to not play in traffic while I was listening. The book may or may not have helpful info. I don’t know. The delivery from the reader is unbearable. Guy has no clue what punctuation is. The entire book is an unenthusiastic run on sentence. Ben Stein has more personality. I will try to listen to it again with hopes to learn something. I don’t know if it’s was the writer or the reader but there were words in sentences that was just plain wrong. The very thick Canadian accent is hard to listen to. Although, that may just be me being annoyed. I’ve listened to many books on audible and this is my first negative review. I implore you, please listen to the sample before the purchase. Good luck.

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Poorly written

I could feel myself getting dumber as I listened to this as it is full of strange grammatical errors and feels as if it was written by an eight year old child.

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A lot of big words

Not really catches my Attention. Kind of dry material. I am a bring it to my level king of person.

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This book make it easy to understand, a very good book for beginners and revision. I particularly like the book also recommend another book to read as follow up.

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This audible presentation is delivered in a very robotic way and becomes quite irritating . The content is sound with good insights although mostly nothing new. In one chapter the reader was not speaking words correctly, as if edited badly from a translation?

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