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NLP: Dark Psychology - Secret Methods of Neuro Linguistic Programming to Master Influence over Anyone and Getting What You Want

Dark Psychology Series, Book 4
Narrated by: Sam Slydell
Length: 1 hr and 16 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (35 ratings)
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NLP: Dark Psychology - Secret Methods of Neuro Linguistic Programming to Master Influence Over Anyone and Getting What You Want (Persuasion, How to Analyze People)

Dark Psychology Series, Book 4 

I've spent a long time gathering these tips on how to manipulate people and get whatever one might want from them. Using dark psychology tricks, we can learn how to work with people's thoughts and take advantage of their innermost emotions and desires so that we can get whatever we want from them.

If you want a quick listen that will drastically improve your quality of life, there's nothing out there better than this. This book features actionable tips to help you really break apart the people around you, as well as teach you how to get ahead of them and use them to your advantage. This book is a critical part of the library of anybody who wants to build and exert their influence over others.

This book uses the concepts of neuro-linguistic programming to give the listener a rock-steady foundation that they can use to subtly make people do their bidding. Over the course of this book, we'll discuss:

  • What neuro-linguistic programming is and how it can be used
  • How to read and process people's emotions
  • How to psychoanalyze people
  • How to plant different emotional seeds that will grow in people's minds
  • How to use words to steer people however you like
  • How to identify and work with different types of people like contrarians and control freaks
  • And so much more.

So if you're looking for the audiobook that will get you ahead in life, then look no further. This is the one for you.

©2018 R.J. Anderson (P)2018 R.J. Anderson

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dont buy

this book is poorly written. not worth the price i highly recommend not buying as i fear you will be disappointed as well.

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Waste of my money and time.

Misleading title. Simple elementary skills one obtains in youth and is a far cry from psychology. Would not recommend to others unless it was a “Brewster’s Millions” example.

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I have read up on NLP This one was very good

I learned a few things I didn't learn before in reading several books on this topic. This is a good one but recommend this one with at couple others before feeling comfortable using NLP. NLP is very powerful. Wise is one that experiments carefully. If you get spotted using it from another pratitioner, he might see your intent and get very very angry. Consider a young man just learning NLP and he is trying to pick up your daughter. It comes accross as manipulation so best to read well before you play with it.

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clever author got me to buy this worthless series.

The only thing you will learn with this series is you were suckered into paying for it. This is by far the worst series I have ever read on this topic.

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Not in depth enough

This is basic information that most people should already know about having people trust you. Watching body language, gaining rapport, and lying is not some dark secret. Nothing about speech patterns, anchoring, or in depth social engineering. There isn't any fine detail that is worth buying the book for. This book is basically a summary of what you should do without telling you how to actually do it.

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excellent book


This book outlines some basic NLP principles and provides a handful of fundamental exercises to help you get started as a beginner. Got it for a friend of mine who had no prior experience with NLP and he really enjoyed it!

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I really enjoy this book

Perfect and awesome to read book on how to analyze people. I was so impressed on how this book was written because it gives an ideas on how to analyze people.

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  • Ballboy
  • 07-19-18

Where's the rest?

I felt as though I just listened to someone reading from an index. There was no meat to anything that was said, more like a bullet-pointed flyer of what should be learned rather than a book to learn from. It seemed to have been recorded at 75% speed too so I had to listen to it at 125% for it to sound normal.

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  • Kevin Walker
  • 12-19-18

I enjoyed this book

I listened to this twice and will go back to it and listen to it yet again

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  • patrick
  • 06-06-18

Concise, practical

The contents of the book are very explanatory, the reader can easily depict useful information to improve his analyzing skills.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-06-18

Poor show

The information seems to be unresearched basic common sense. The reading is only slightly more expressive than having a program read it. Many of the chapters are under a minute long. Don't waste your money.

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  • Michael
  • 06-18-18

To the point

Liked the fact that the content was concise and specific. Although could have expanded with more techniques and examples. Look forward to listening to other books in the series.