Jason Gale

How To Analyze People The Art of Deduction & Observation

How To Analyze People The Art of Deduction & Observation

Do you want to think like Sherlock Holmes?

Like any world-class detective they all had to start from somewhere. The ability to take sparse amounts of information, make precise observations, and than successfully fitting all the pieces together is the essence of deduction.
This type of mental acumen and deductive reasoning is not something you are born with.
This is a skill set and talent you must study, hone and work on developing in order to be able to make successful deductions that leave people in awe.
Are you tired of people using deception, manipulation and other under handed tactics to control you?
You're going to want to invest into this guide where I will personally show you how to identify deception, influence people and become likeable, understand emotional intelligence, read body language and other para-verbal activities 99% of society is not aware of!

Get on top of every social encounter you come across whether at the workplace, school, social settings, and other family functions.

What You Will Learn

-Understanding emotional intelligence

- Different personality types

- Analysis of body language

- How to Influence people

- The subtle art of observation

- How to make the appropriate deduction

- Case Studies

- Social anxiety

- Becoming a good listener

- And, much, much more!

Other psychological books retail for over +$100s! but I give you my guide for a fraction of the price. The greatest investment you can make is an investment in yourself!

This is your opportunity to delve into the realm of psychology and learn historic truths and have your mind thinking like the “greats”.
«Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, and intelligent execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives — choice, not chance, determines your destiny” --Aristotle
“An unexamined life is not worth living. One thing only I know, and that is that I know nothing. True knowledge exists in knowing that you know nothing.” --Socrates
“After you have excluded the impossible whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.”--Sherlock Holmes

91 паперова сторінка
Дата публікації оригіналу
Рік виходу видання
Уже прочитали? Що скажете?


  • Tayfun Batuцитує2 роки тому
    We live in a culture that focuses solely on celebrating our strengths. Although that is part of becoming self-aware, when we are cognizant of our strengths only, we miss the other important aspect of being self-aware. In a sense this creates a blind-spot where we can’t recognize our faults, weaknesses, and places where we can improve on.

    But to be truly self-aware, as many claim to be but fail to act on, is being honest with yourself. This can happen by genuinely reflecting, acknowledging your

На полицях

Перетягніть файли сюди, не більш ніж 5 за один раз