• How to Read People

  • The Best Ways to Analyze People and Non-Verbal Communication
  • By: Xena Ronin
  • Narrated by: Samantha Novak
  • Length: 3 hrs and 26 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (52 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

What is the deal with communication? Why do people not always say what they think? And most importantly, how can you figure out what they think if they don’t say it?

That’s where this book comes in. 

How to Analyze People shows you all the little details you may have overlooked in all your years on this planet, the clues, the hints, and the nonverbal messages. This book goes into intricate secrets of the hidden world of body language, from the way people sit, where their eyes are aimed, and the tone of their voice, to flirting, making an impression on your employer, or being more social.

You should definitely give this audiobook a try if you are curious about that.

©2020 Xena Ronin (P)2020 Xena Ronin

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Nice book

I love the cover. I mean, I understand if it's not your cup of tea, but it is mine. The facial expressions show exactly what the book talks about: Facial expressions and body language. It's a good thing to learn more about those. I was impressed. I recommend this one.

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Loved the book

I know I'm not the best of critique writers, but this is worthy of praise. The author and narrator have obviously put so much time and energy into these books.

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Body language books

Some of the very best secrets about this specific idea are candidly being shown by the author. That's the reason that I just like it. I did not stop listening until completion. That's just how much I liked it. I was happy to hear the right articulation of all the words by a skilled audio book narrator.

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Not bad at all

I liked this book because it tells you about all the facial expressions (just like on the cover) and body gestures.

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Interesting

This is interesting content. It's important to read between the lines, to understand what people are saying even if they aren't using any words (sometimes, it's the opposite of the words coming out of their mouths).