Jessica Greiner

How to Analyze People

Would you be interested in a skill that helps you understand people better?

For anyone who is looking to get ahead at work, to get closer to their family and friends, or to improve their status in life, learning how to read people is a must. Relying solely on the token word puts you at a disadvantage in many situations. Our style of communication is extremely complex, and for the most part, humans have lost that connection with the things our subconscious mind is telling us to do.
We still practice those old habits, gestures, movements, and other tactics when we interact with each other, but we do so on a level that we are not aware of. This book is designed to help you to be aware of the things you do and those that other people do that send the true message of human behavior in a vast array of situations.

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♦ How the brain processes behavior
♦ How to read facial expressions
♦ What micro-expression are and what they mean
♦ How to spot a lie
♦ The secrets we tell in our body language
♦ How to determine different personality types
♦ LOTS of practical and illustrative examples
♦ And much more…

To get ahead in this world, we need to tap into our minds and how it instructs our bodies to respond in a variety of situations. If you're looking for something that will put you ahead of the pack, then download this eBook now to get started.

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90 printed pages
Original publication



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    b7529921934has quoted6 months ago
    Change in pitch or tone: Practiced liars can spin a tale that can sound very convincing to the untrained ear. But if you listen carefully, you’ll find the clues in the voice. If you listen closely to the voice of the speaker, you will notice that when they lie, the pitch gets higher than normal or the tone will drop lower than usual. You will also notice that they will speak much faster than normal when they are trying to pull a fast one on you.
    b9337049726has quoted6 months ago
    The neurotransmitter serotonin is responsible for regulating a person’s inner drive. This can affect anything from their appetite and sex drive to their impulsive and aggressive behavior. When there is not enough serotonin, depression can set in along with a host of anxiety disorders.
    Giovanny Mercadohas quotedlast year
    When we face an uncomfortable situation, we automatically begin to create a mental environment that makes us feel more comfortable.

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