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Pages: 261

Language: English

Publisher: International Focus Press (Oct. 1997)

By: Dan Korem(Author) Danny Korem(Author)

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This book will serve as a mile-maker for those interested in improving communication skills, exploring and fine-tuning business relationships, gaining better parenting and/or teaching skills, increasing sales, insuring confident hiring, and more. Profiling is a skill everyone needs and yet very few have. The information in this book allows you to avoid making erroneous assumptions about people - looking beyond their façades to become a become a better judge of character, a better predictor of behaviour, and a better communicator (From the Foreword by James Reese - former FBI Behavioural Sciences Unit)


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  • By L. Davidson on 12 January 2011

    I really enjoyed this book. I am new to the topic of profiling so this was a good introduction for me. I found it easy to understand the concepts and the exercises were benificial to bringing it all together. I have re-read this book and more of the content sunk in after my first run through as i was able to reflect on what i had learnt (and what i thought i had learnt) in the first go round. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in profiling. It is interesting, with great cases and well explained concepts. Very good value for the money and an all round great read on a fasinating topic.

  • By P. J. De Maziere on 2 January 2010

    Haveing read "what every body says" also by an ex FBI agent (also on amazon) i wanted to build on this and found that this book is a great compliment its very informative, well writen and a joy to read belive me after reading this book you can have some fum doing your own profiling especialy if you add in body language.

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