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NEGOTIATION SKILLS : How to Influence People with Persuasion and Manipulation Techniques Learn how to Analyze People

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6 Hours 27 Minutes

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November 2020

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If You Want To Master Persuasion And Mind Control… Read On!
What if you could build your dream career with effortless ease?

What if you never had to argue with your partner because they’d always agree with you?

What if you could make anyone trust you and accept your point of view?

Being persuasive often feels like a superpower only given to the elites: to politicians who inspire millions with their speeches, to top lawyers who can twist the law to suit their clients’ interests, to world-famous entrepreneurs whose ideas and values move the world forward.


This book is a real treasure trove of persuasion and manipulation methods and techniques that range from subtle tweaks to the complex tools of neurolinguistic programming (NLP).

Here’s what you’ll discover:
- Clear step-by-step guides to the key persuasion techniques used by the world’s best persuaders
- Psychological tools for analyzing people’s body language
- The most powerful NLP techniques for getting into anyone’s mind
- Self-defense tactics against manipulators and brainwashers
- And much more!


This book is aimed at beginners, so it carefully explains key concepts and provides easy-to-follow directions. You’re guaranteed to succeed and become a skilled persuader even if you’ve never practiced persuasion techniques before!


It’s time to grow your superpower!

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  • Grant S.

    The content was marginal and the narration was extremely poor. The emphasis on words was non existent and even after a few listens the point was lost. It was not worth the money or the time spent listening

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  • Gambler J.

    This is a great book, and very informative. Yet I thought the substance started to fall away after the first half. This was mainly a result of rehashing principles of communication styles and influencing which you will get more from another book

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  • Roseline R.

    Negotiation Genius is an extremely readable introduction to the world of negotiation. Written by a pair of Harvard professors, Genius walks the reader through key principles of successful negotiating. The authors are acutely aware of the likely audience's need for something tangible and concrete to take away and have explicitly constructed their work to be a toolkit for handling common scenarios.

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  • Raymond J.

    I was looking to negotiate a job offer. But the principles apply. I was able to take the information I learned and apply it to the job-offer situation and many others after. It takes the mystery and some stress out of negotiation. It teaches you to be patient and that there's a lot of research you can do

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  • Jorge H.

    Author gives analytical insight into the mindset of the "negotiation genius" - an individual who uses sound reasoning and empathic behaviour to address rules of engagement when negotiating on almost anything

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  • Alexander B.

    I love this book. I bought it for a few friends too. Every chapter wasn't relevant for me. It's more of a textbook for different types of negotiation situations. I was looking to negotiate a job offer. But the principles apply. I was able to take the information I learned and apply it to the job-offer situation and many others after. It takes the mystery and some stress out of negotiation. It teaches you to be patient and that there's a lot of research you can do. It's not just salesmanship and charisma. Plus, the book was a good read, entertaining in parts, for a business book.

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  • Saimon M.

    This book lists many useful strategies and tactics that are applicable in many negotiation situations. There is nothing that is truly groundbreaking if you have read other negotiation texts, but it lays down a practical framework for negotiation.

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  • Andrew S.

    It is really a good tool-book to improve negotiation skills at every level and to help create or at least look for additional value. As a non-native English speaker I would also recommend the audio book to help advance easier throigh the book.

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  • Olivia R.

    This is a great book, and very informative. Yet I thought the substance started to fall away after the first half. This was mainly a result of rehashing principles of communication styles and influencing which you will get more from another book

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  • Parsha R.

    Although this book is written from a very academic point of view it is surprisingly very practical. There are specific actions outlined that you can learn to set you up for success in any situation. Well worth listening.

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