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Level Up Your Life and Career

Learn How to Analyze People Through Human Psychology, Body Language and Personality Types
Narrated by: Clay Willison
Length: 3 hrs
3.5 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Would knowing what people are thinking help your business or career?

Would it help to drive you towards success? 

For millions of entrepreneurs, business owners, marketers, and employees the world over, dealing with people and knowing exactly what they want is key. It is what makes people successful and helps them stand out from a crowd. 

Now imagine that you could know even more, just by reading their body language. 

This audiobook is your tool to learning how body language, psychology, and other non-verbal clues make up a huge part of the way we interact with others and determine their needs and wishes. 

You will learn proven technics on:

  • The secret to analyze people
  • Rules for accurate reading
  • Handling objections and resistance
  • Reading non-verbal cues
  • How personality drives behavior
  • Advanced human psychology
  • The power of a handshake and more....

Armed with the advice here, you will be a step ahead of the competition and be in a position to deliver your customers’ needs every time. 

Get a copy today and see how being able to analyze people will improve your life and the way you do business!
 

©2019 Nathan Powell (P)2019 Nathan Powell

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Great book with many useful advices

The book is great and has many useful advices, and you should definitely read/hear it at least 2 times to be able to understand and retain as much information as possible(make bookmarks if needed). You can see/hear many similar ideas to the Dale Carnegie's books and lectures or Napoleon Hill, but they are brought up to date and that's great. The narrator's voice is pleasant, but there are a few errors during the lecture, as if he's reading that chapter for the first time, it would have been better if he recorded again those chapters to remove the sound issues and mist intonations (I'm saying this as a novice audiobook fan not a critic, as I don't have even half of his talent as a narrator). The author should at least create a single page presentation website in order to get more information about him and the book, so that future listeners will be have a better understanding of the author's experience and what the book is trying to express.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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some good info

A lot of the ideas in this book seemed forced and not backed up by science. However there still was a lot of good lessons that I took from this book. I received this book in exchange for an unbiased review.

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Basic info but that’s not a bad thing!

The author restates the basic concepts of bifurcation in the analysis of an audience in terms of their conscious and subconscious reactions, and the degrees to which people can even control their subconscious reactions (e.g. foot tapping or crossing arms).

Contains a few good points such as with the reliance on electronic (phone, email, texts) communication versus face to face, people lose their ability to read people and interact accordingly by assessing context and nonverbal cues.

Not a lot of new “aha’s” for people that have recently read standard business or pop psychology books, but good to brush up or get acquainted with the concepts. Highly recommend!

Received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

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Couldn't even listen.

I receieved a free copy in exchange for an unbiased review. I couldn't even listen to it. The narrator taking a breath after ever sentence destoryed any chance of this being enjoyable.