Uncover the incredible art of manipulation with this powerful guide!
Do you want to improve your persuasive abilities? Want to get that job, win that argument, or become a better leader? Then this book is for you!
Manipulation is a powerful psychological skill which we all use at one point or another in our lives. But what could you achieve if you knew how to consciously control this skill? How would your life change if you could make people do you what you want, all with them thinking it's their idea?
Delving into the art of manipulation, this book arms you with all the tools you need to take advantage of this vital skill - and protect yourself from those who seek to use it against you. From identifying emotional manipulation to the subtle manipulation tricks you encounter every day, this book is your all-in-one ticket to understanding manipulation.
Inside, you'll discover:
? The Types of Manipulation
? Understanding the Human Brain and Why Manipulation Works
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 182 Pages (5,756 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 15th, 2020
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Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 124 Pages (2,887 KB) Lending: Enabled Added: Aug 15th, 2020
Black Lives and Spatial Matters is a call to reconsider the epistemic violence that is committed when scholars, policymakers, and the general public continue to frame Black precarity as just another racial, cultural, or ethnic conflict that can be solved solely through legal, political, or economic means. Jodi Rios argues that the historical and material production of blackness-as-risk is foundational to the historical and material construction of our society and certainly foundational to the construction and experience of metropolitan space. She also considers how an ethics of lived blackness -- living fully and visibly in the face of forces intended to dehumanize and erase -- can create a powerful counter point to blackness-as-risk.
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Genre: Politics & Social Sciences Length: 398 Pages (4,572 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 15th, 2020