This audio-book is NOT a collection of recycled ideas about body language! It contains specific, proven, and practical psychological techniques that can be applied instantly to any person, in just about any situation.
Dr. Lieberman has demonstrated the ease and accuracy of these techniques on hundreds of television and radio programs. In a special report for FOX News, host Jeff Rosin declared,
"It's simply amazing! I was with him and he was never wrong...not even once. I even learned how to do it and that's saying something."
In fact, Dr. Lieberman has gone "head-to-head" on live television with skilled polygraph examiners and scored just as well-every time.
Lieberman offers proven psychological techniques that deliver on their promise to get inside a person's head....Dr. Lieberman's insights into human nature are breathtaking and practical.
You Can Read Anyone teaches step-by-step exactly how to tell what someone is thinking and feeling in real-life situations. For example, you will learn precisely how to determine whether another poker player will stay in or fold, whether a salesperson is trustworthy or whether or not a first date is going your way or the other way. And when the stakes are high-negotiations, interrogations, questions of abuse, theft, or fraud-learn to detect who is out for you, and who is out to get you (or a loved one) to save yourself time, money, energy, and heartache.
©2007 David J, Lieberman; (P)2007 Gildan Media Corp
What I thought....
At first all the information you're getting is commonly known, but as it progresses it gets a lot more interesting.
I enjoyed it
Horrific audio quality
The recording is very bad. You can hear the reader's dry mouth. There is static. It makes it hard to listen to.
Not so much.....
The Audio is really bad, he speaks very quickly and he adds bits of information out of place. In one moment he will be speaking about language and tone, then drop a tip about handwriting. I also found he LOVES to use very big words, but just to make sure you know what he's talking about, he will follow up that word with the more commonly used word (you know, just incase you're stupid, and he assumes you are) I found him annoying to listen to.