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Manipulation is a linguistic term used with most creative potential to convince someone with one's thought and ideas. The first attempt to control someone starts from first breath of life when a baby cries just to seek the attention of others. With time, children start using tears as a weapon to manipulate their parents and elder siblings. As we grow we start developing those skills which can meet our demands by taking matters into our own hands and then manipulate. In psychology, manipulation is a type of social influence which change the way of perception of others through deceptive, abusive and underhanded tactics. On the basis of advancement of manipulator, the techniques used in manipulation could be considered exploitative, deceptive, abusive and devious. Basically, we can say that manipulation which is a social influence that works to change the behaviors or perception of others or the subject, through deceptive, abusive or underhanded tactics. The agent or manipulator is going to work to advance his own interests usually at the expense of another that is why most of their methods would be considered deceptive, abusive, devious and exploitative.

In this book, you will find all the information you're looking for about:

  • The Master Manipulator
  • Manipulation & Mind Control
  • Manipulation By Persuasion
  • Manipulation & NLP
  • so much more!

When you download Manipulation: How to Manipulate People Using Mind Control, NLP & Persuasion Techniques you will soon become the master manipulator and always get your way with people! Buy this book today!

©2017 Joe Miller (P)2017 Joe Miller

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Narrator kills it

In all fairness, I could only listen to 5 minutes of this book because the narrators voice is really aweful. Imagine a robotic and nasal version of Ben Stein in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
The 5 minutes of content I did hear was unimpressive, and leaned toward a very negative view of manipulation, using the word “abusive” and other negative adjectives repeatedly.
If nothing else, it was uncreative writing. I have a hard time seeing it improve.
I’m giving the story and overall ratings 3 stars only because I didn’t listen to the rest.

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