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How to Analyze People: Mastery Edition – How to Master Reading Anyone Instantly Using Body Language, Human Psychology and Personality Types (How to Analyze People Series Book 2)

by Ryan James

How to Analyze People Series Book #2

Have you ever wondered why there are some people you take an instant dislike to and others to whom you gravitate? Obviously, there’s something else happening besides their verbal communications that are attracting or repelling you, right? You might just discover what that is by reading our book. Within the pages of this book, you’ll learn about the four main personality types and even determine what personality type fits you. You’ll also learn how to adjust and monitor your behaviors, gestures, and body language to enhance your communication skills.

You’ll understand the Principles of Perceptions and the Three Key Elements to Connectivity as you move through the book. Take a journey through our book to discover if you’re a

  • Leader Personality Type (decisive, goal-oriented, and powerful)
  • Perceiver Personality Type (analytical, precise, and compulsive)
  • Identifier Personality Type (nurturing, empathetic, and emotional)
  • Fraternizer Personality Type (fun-loving, thrill-seeker, and impulsive)

Learn what motivates your behavior as well as those around you, and discover how to attract and influence others. Our strategies and techniques will open your eyes to what you are doing that might annoy your boss or be a turn-off to your significant other. As a champion communicator, you’ll inspire others and motivate yourself to accomplish goals that you never thought possible.

Learning how to analyze others accurately might even protect you from a life-threatening situation. You’ll teach yourself to listen to that inner warning voice, that part of your subconscious that recognizes the danger signs before you have had time to take it all in and react.

Before you spend hundreds of dollars on self-improvement courses or Toastmasters, why not take some time to make use of all the information this book offers?



A Revision of the Treaty

by John Maynard Keynes

The Economic Consequences of the Peace, which I published in December 1919, has been reprinted from time to time without revision or correction. So much has come to our knowledge since then, that a revised edition of that book would be out of place. I have thought it better, therefore, to leave it unaltered, and to collect together in this Sequel the corrections and additions which the flow of events makes necessary, together with my reflections on the present facts.
But this book is strictly what it represents itself to beâ??a Sequel; I might almost have said an Appendix. I have nothing very new to say on the fundamental issues. Some of the Remedies which I proposed two years ago are now everybodyʼs commonplaces, and I have nothing startling to add to them. My object is a strictly limited one, namely to provide facts and materials for an intelligent review of the Reparation Problem as it now is.
“The great thing about this wood,” said M. Clemenceau of his pine forest in La Vendée, “is that, here, there is not the slightest chance of meeting Lloyd George or President Wilson. Nothing here but the squirrels.” I wish that I could claim the same advantages for this book.



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