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The Most Dangerous Business Book You'll Ever Read

Narrated by: Sean Crisden
Length: 6 hrs and 48 mins
Categories: Business, Career Skills
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Hone your professional approach to a razor's edge using lessons from military and civilian intelligence...

The Most Dangerous Business Book You'll Ever Read brings expertise from military and civilian intelligence operations into your business life. It lays out hard-hitting interpersonal skills to raise your level of professional effectiveness and vanquish your competition.

The Most Dangerous Business Book You'll Ever Read features former Army interrogator Gregory Hartley's unique system of profiling, formula for persuasion, and framework for establishing expertise quickly. Gregory makes his system concrete with case studies, tables, diagrams, and more.

  • Question like a Polygrapher.
  • Sort Personalities like a Profiler.
  • Close a Deal like a Hostage Negotiator.
  • Interview like an Interrogator.
  • Network like a Spy.
  • Research like an Intelligence Analyst.
  • Decide like a SEAL.
  • Team-Build like Special Ops.

Take your career focus to the next level. Discover the skills they don't teach in business school with The Most Dangerous Business Book You'll Ever Read.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

©2011 Gregory Hartley and Maryann Karinch (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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Over complicated

Pigeon holing was done in a fashion that I myself had difficulty understanding. There are much easier ways to identify personality types.
Granted it comes from a military background. That being said a more plain English version would have been more listener friendly.
I did get a lot from the book but no where as much as I would have liked too.
I would not recommend this be your first book if you are just starting in this line of educational series.
It's for the more advanced. This is my 5th book in this line of learning, I got lost several time to the point of starting the chapter over
I hope you find this review helpful

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  • esquibien, France
  • 09-14-12

this book drove me round the band

this book drove me crazy as it is complicated and put people in boxes , analysing their behaviours etc....But it is a good book , i got "inside" about how people think and i do think that made it worth it going a bit crazy at time...

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Great book!

Great book, information, and overall knowledge. Great way to prepare for anything, and also know how to handle multiple environments.

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Good information

The approach comes from a heavy military background. While I cannot personally identify with the approach, I can appreciate and understand the concepts. The book helps you to open your eyes and mind to a different way of seeing the world... A different approach.

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  • Marcio Borlenghi Fasano
  • 01-03-15

Strong Title that sells a "Ok" book

With this book title i really did expected this book to be the best of all in its genre. I'm very disappointed.