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Do you want to have meaningful relationships, great co-worker relationships, and get promoted? Then, keep reading...

Oh no, it’s happened again. You just spoke your mind, acted like yourself, and the other person either looks at you strangely or they turn away awkwardly. You try to dispel the awkwardness by making sure the next thing you say or do is something socially acceptable, but nothing comes. You’re at a loss, and you’re not even sure what you said or did to make things weird.

Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. Most awkward social situations arise because we’re all different, and many of us aren’t good at judging situations and picking up the tell-tale signs of discomfort.

The good news is that you can discover ways to pick these up, improve your social skills, and drastically improve your professional and personal relationships.

In The Simple Guide to Analyze People, you’ll discover:

  • The common cues and clues that everyone exhibits so you can know exactly how to act in any situation
  • Ways how human psychology works and use it to level up your social intuition
  • The importance of self-awareness and how to improve it through simple steps
  • Steps to reprogram your knowledge of nonverbal and verbal communication and how to create an impactful first and everlasting impression
  • Methods to develop your intuition to detect deception and manipulation

Luckily, developing great people analysis skills has been well documented and done by thousands of others before. The instructions are out there, and it’s so easy that even the most awkward unsocial robot can do it!

Let’s face it, none of us are getting any younger, and having great social skills will exponentially improve your life. So, if you want to age knowing you won’t become the person who is not promotable and nobody wants to be friends, then listen to this audiobook!

©2019 Jordan Allan (P)2019 Jordan Allan

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  • Philip T.
  • 05-28-20

Good listen

This books is great, really enjoyed it. Helped me get my head around personality types

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  • Ferhan Hussain
  • 05-23-20

Bitesize helping of big big topics

I found this an easily digestible intro to some powerful psychological topics. I loved the parts about the roles we ourselves, and others play. Sometimes without knowing it! As someone who is about to start my own business, I feel this kind of stuff is essential to pick the right staff and building a harmonious team. Strongly recommend!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-22-20

Nicely put together

Clear and concise. An enjoyable listen. I would recommend for anyone intrigued by this topic

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  • Laurent S.
  • 04-04-20

really useful

Book is packed with a lot of applicable advise that helps with your everyday life.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01-13-20

Ordinary read

I am sorry to write this as I was hoping this would be a great listen. Unfortunately it did not work for me. Felt like a regurgitation of a lot of other people’s work without any deep or scientific work. For example the section on Myers briggs was very light and could have been a lot deeper and richer.