• Manipulation

  • The Complete Guide for Influencing and Analyze People’s Personality Using Mind & Emotional Control, Dark Psychology, NLP Programming Techniques, Stealth Persuasion and Social Skills.
  • By: J.P. White, Chris Bukowsky
  • Narrated by: Kelly Ryan Wilmoth
  • Length: 3 hrs and 14 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Do you want to know what manipulation is or how to identify it? If so, then keep reading...

While outright mimicry is obviously out of the question, you can certainly seek to mirror the communication styles of the people you're engaging with, in order to help you establish rapport and common ground.

Suppose someone looks at you for just a couple of seconds before looking down, or goes past you and then looks back at you. This nonverbal style tells you something important about the person you're engaging - sustained eye contact is undesirable. So, mirror that to establish a comfortable level of communication that's implicitly agreed upon by both parties. This is an unspoken level of communication.

By mirroring the tendencies of the other party, you are sending a message of respect and concession to the communication style being modeled. After a business interaction, especially a meeting, you must provide a summation of what you came into that meeting intending to do. In the course of your summation, you can acknowledge the importance of the feedback and input the exchange or meeting has provided.

Pointing out that the feedback received was pivotal to the development of your agenda and enriched it gets people on your bus and ready to roll. When people feel their opinions are valued, they will come along for the ride. They will also form a part of a team that is more cohesive than if you hadn't included and acknowledged the role their input played in reinforcing your foundational agenda.

The addition of the input of others to your narrative is a key component of consensus building as a part of influential action. It's a form of leadership outreach that not only strengthens the leader's position. but strengthens the agenda’s integrity. Adding useful feedback and input can only build a better mousetrap. Good and successful leaders are keenly aware of this.

This audiobook gives comprehensive guidance on the following:

  • What is Manipulation?
  • Identifying Manipulator Types
  • Influencing Mind by Manipulation
  • The Pillars of Manipulation
  • Social Manipulation Strategies
  • Dark Psychology
  • Mind Control
  • NLP
  • The Subtle Art of Deception
  • Combatting Manipulation
  • And more!

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©2019 J.P. White, Chris Bukowsky (P)2020 J.P. White, Chris Bukowsky

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