Never Be Lied to Again

How to Get the Truth in 5 Minutes or Less in Any Conversation or Situation
Narrated by: William Dufris
Length: 4 hrs and 17 mins
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Publisher's Summary

How many times have you been manipulated or taken advantage of by someone's lies? Are you tired of being deceived, tricked, and fooled?   

Finally, renowned behaviorist David J. Lieberman shows listeners how to stop the lies and uncover the truth - in any conversation or situation. In a simple, user-friendly format, Dr. Lieberman gives you the tools to determine, with uncanny accuracy, if you are being lied to. 

Utilizing newly developed techniques in hypnosis and psycholinguistics, this audiobook also shows you how to easily influence anyone to tell the truth - within minutes. Use it in any situation, from casual conversation to in-depth interviews. 

Never Be Lied to Again is chock-full of colorful examples and engaging scenarios to help you keep from being taken advantage of and give you that extra edge. Use these groundbreaking techniques to take control of every personal and business situation...and never be lied to again.

©1998 David J. Lieberman, PhD (P)2018 Macmillan Audio

Critic Reviews

“If you want to find out whether your boyfriend is cheating, your boss is getting away with murder, or the life-insurance salesman is playing you for a fool, read on.” (Cosmopolitan)

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This is interesting- for different reasons

The solutions seem very much like how narcissists and sociopaths analyze and disarm their victims. Direct communication is always better- and anyone going through the trouble of analyzing in this way raises red flags (especially with such tactics like mirroring emphasized.) Also, the indicators of dishonesty are very general and doesn't take into account differences in culture, personality, etc. Following these maye lead you to think that everyone who doesn't behave and belief as a standard suburban male or female is indeed untrustworthy. The book is a good, broad foundation, but misses on many points.

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Order the book.

There is a lot of information to consider and it would be easier to have a book to highlight important pointers. The irony is that in order to catch a lier, you have to lie. I thought the topic on self-deceit was helpful though.

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Wonderful

Absolutely wonderful. Would recommend. This taught me so much and I can now use this to detect deceit.

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Excellent

Extremely interesting and informative! I was able to apply the steps to certain situations. Thanks!

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I kinda feel lied to

Eh.. I feel like I was lied to after listening to this. Most of the information was basic knowledge. “People who lie are bad” “if you believe a person you know is a liar, you should avoid them” 🤦🏼‍♀️