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I Can Read You Like a Book: How to Spot the Messages and Emotions People Are Really Sending With Their Body Language

By Simon Sinek (Author)

After having read this poorly organized book, I can totally agree with Sally Atman’s review. Though I must state I …



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Rafael Munoz

After having read this poorly organized book, I can totally agree with Sally Atman's review. Though I must state I read this book before coming to this site. The author makes the book about how great he is at reading body language. He than only gives little insights as of how to do it. He is purely arrogant and seems to talk about himself for the majority of the book. He gloats about his military past, his boots, his own personality and even his political views. The book comes off as if body language is just too difficult for anyone to learn and he just WON'T tell you how to do it. So he decides to fulfills the emptiness of the book with talk about himself. Even the title says narcissism. nAfter reading this book I felt incomplete. I felt I didn't hardly learn anything about body language. So I read another book. I read What Every BODY is Saying: An Ex-FBI Agent's Guide to Speed-Reading People. A well organized comprehensive guide to learning body language. It gives you detailed information on how to read body language along with interesting stories on how he the author, Joe Navarro, has used the specific tell in his life. Through Joe Navarro you will learn a skill set, not just some bits of information. nDo yourself a favor and DON'T read "I can read you like a book". It will just waste your time.

Language: english
ISBN 10: 1564149412
ISBN 13: 9781564149411
Year: 2009
Pages: 288
File Type: PDF

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