It is important that you understand the motives behind what people do or say. For one, we are naturally social and are surrounded by people all the time. These people exhibit a wide range of behavior that affects who we are and various aspects about us, like our well-being and our finances, and we need to monitor this influence. Secondly, people rarely reveal their true intentions, and these could sometimes be intended for your harm. Knowing this beforehand could save you from different kinds of pain, disappointment, and regrets.
Understanding the true nature of a person makes you a better negotiator because you can read emotions like desperation, and you are likely to get a better deal than you would if you couldn’t read the person. In addition, it is easier to deflect negative emotions when they are thrown at you because you understand well where they are coming from. You become more empathetic and accommodating of people and their flaws.
To that end, this audiobook is arranged into 11 brief chapters each indicating the most important aspects of interaction you need to master to be able to interact with, analyze, and influence the people around you seamlessly. The author jumps right ahead and informs you how to read from a person’s body language in the first chapter. A person communicates using almost every organ of his body – from his or her eyes, lips, legs, hands, body posture, facial expressions, and even the skin. Get to know how each of your body parts could be sending secret messages to other people. Also, you will know how to analyze the people by their body language.
Your intuition is a critical component of the tools you use to read and analyze others. The intuition is the sense that lets you in on information about someone even without having someone else telling it to you. When you have it in your intuition, you know what you know, and it is difficult for anyone to convince you otherwise. Most of the time, your intuition will be 100 percent correct. In this audiobook, learn how your intuition works and what to do about what you find out.