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Discover 21 fundamental principles of human psychology to understand people and influence their actions
Human psychology itself is a vast topic that requires many years of research and attention to truly learn the entire subject. However, you likely don't have many years of time to invest in research if you want to start using human psychology to direct human actions and behaviors now. For that reason, in this audiobook you'll find 21 of the most important human psychological traits that you should know if you want to use someone's psychology to influence and direct them to act and behave in certain ways.
Each of these topics will be explored in-depth, allowing you to understand what they are, how they work, why people experience them, and how you can use them to direct people's behaviors.
Whether you are a boss looking to have greater control over your employees or to create a more positive atmosphere, a friend looking to increase the positive energies and emotions experienced by your friend or family member, or someone who is looking to get people to do more for them effortlessly, understanding human psychology is essential. Not only will this help you understand behaviors themselves, but it will also help you understand what drives them and how you can use this knowledge to drive the behaviors yourself.
Some precious lessons you'll learn:
- How people take decisions and how to influence them
- How to understand other people's perception and take advantage of it
- Freud's theory of personality
- Are morals always a good thing?
- Core values that drive human behavior
- The biggest reason people lie
- Psychology behind cheating
- How to take advantage of social influence
- The psychology of love and how to take advantage of it
- And much more
Learn the right principles to get in control! Get this audiobook now!
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- John Darcy
Should u trust An author that spends 12% of the time promoting his other books ??
The book covers 21 topics and briefly covers each one with good examples . This book is really good for a beginner and good starting point to encourage further more detailed readings of each topic . The thing that made me rate this books lower is the ending. The last 15 min of the audio book are spent on promoting and trying to sell other books by the same author . I am really surprised that person who writes a book on psychology would think that this would be good idea. U can tell that the author is more concerned about money than sharing knowledge , and only reason why he wrote this book is for monetary gains. It’s up to u to decide whether to trust a person who spends 15 min of 2 hr book to promote and try to sell u other books as credible. Also another turn off on the author is the way he is trying to make u seem like u don’t know what u doing and somehow by reading his books you will fix it all . At one points he even mentioned that if u don’t believe him he feels sorry for you. This is ridiculous, the authors should really reconsider his approach. If he kept the book without the selling part at end I think he would be way more effective at selling more books. I would consider buying his other books if I haven’t heard last 15 min of try to sell his books in a very desperate and almost insulting way.
- Ross P.
Found my mind wandering and not listening.
I'm not sure if it was the author or the voice talent, but I could not hold my attention to this book.
I will avoid listening to it again.
- Andrea Patten
could not get through it, have heard it
before, elementary, reader ok, from the title I expected in depth new information