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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
A brilliant, pin-point specific book, and a POWERFUL tool.
on 4 August 2002
When you see the title of this book, you are at some point going to be sceptical - and rightly so. Obviously, just buying the thing isn't going to stop you being lied to, and nor is reading it. Take the information in, though, and choose to use it, and I am convinced that you will have quite extrordinary results.
In a way it's relief to say that I have used only a tiny percentage of the material, and therefore cannot say everything works like magic... It remains the case, however, that the occassions on which these realistic and simple techniques were applied, they were incredibly effective.
There is only one reservation to state! SOME of the principles would be considered dubious, if used in a professional setting... Running through one or two scenarios, I found myself hesitant about applying such strong psychological pressure on an employee. Employment law would, I think, not allow for a few of the more intense methods.
The fact that this reservation does not prevent my giving five stars ought say something about the rest. Buy the book, Be lied to again... and know not only that you have been, but also how to deal with the situation.