You Can't Lie to Me PDF/EPUB ¶ Can't Lie to eBook

You Can't Lie to Me PDF/EPUB ¶ Can't Lie to eBook

You Can't Lie to Me ❴Reading❵ ➿ You Can't Lie to Me Author Janine Driver – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Observation to interrogation in five steps Hot spots are suspicious behaviors Memorable techniques are from handbooks for ATF, CIA, and FBI situations from celebrities, politicians, and typical daily Observation to interrogation in five Lie to ePUB ☆ steps Hot spots are suspicious behaviors Memorable techniques are from handbooks for ATF, CIA, and FBI situations from celebrities, politicians, and typical daily life in photos Verbal and non verbal clues spot liars Micro expressions betray face to face Links to video exercises Index.


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10 thoughts on “You Can't Lie to Me

  1. Jeremy David Jeremy David says:

    YOU CAN T LIE TO ME, despite the author bragging about breaking up a couple, is a decent, resourceful tool to sorting out all of the dishonesty in your life While this fight is nearly as pointless as the war on drugs, getting SOME semblance of control can t hurt anybody but the scum bullshitting you Unfortunately being a man I felt out of place reading this because Janine Driver definitely is talking to women In fact I don t think there was one single comment throughout this catered to males YOU CAN T LIE TO ME, despite the author bragging about breaking up a couple, is a decent, resourceful tool to sorting out all of the dishonesty in your life While this fight is nearly as pointless as the war on drugs, getting SOME semblance of control can t hurt anybody but the scum bullshitting you Unfortunately being a man I felt out of place reading this because Janine Driver definitely is talking to women In fact I don t think there was one single comment throughout this catered to males whatsoever And with that, a lot of her methods are just incorrect Especially the idea that truthful people NEVER get defensive when accused of something Haha SUCH GARBAGE When people don t believe anything you say over a lifetime you get to the point where the only thing LEFT is disdain for judgmental know it alls Janine wrote this book in a BUBBLE Grade C


  2. September September says:

    I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised when I learned the direction Driver took This book is not a witch hunt for liars, which I hate to admit, is a large percentage of why I picked the book up But I discovered something better when Driver explained that to uncover the liars in our lives, we need to seek out truth.Janine not only takes you on a journey of self reflection and growth, but she teaches you accessible techniques for reading body language, vocal cues, statement analysis, and I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised when I learned the direction Driver took This book is not a witch hunt for liars, which I hate to admit, is a large percentage of why I picked the book up But I discovered something better when Driver explained that to uncover the liars in our lives, we need to seek out truth.Janine not only takes you on a journey of self reflection and growth, but she teaches you accessible techniques for reading body language, vocal cues, statement analysis, andShe s labeled or itemized every aspect with easy to remember names, making them easier to study and remember I really feel that what the reader gets out of this book is highly dependent on how much he she is willing to put in TheI label something I ve witnessed and say why I ve labeled it as such, the stronger my BS Barometer is becoming It may seem like make work, but having put in the work I m telling you it s anything but Treat this like a textbook, and you ll be very pleased with the results.An invaluable read that I will continue to keep handy for a time, as I continue to improve my BS Barometer Driver has a new fan, of her knowledge, packaging for sharing that knowledge


  3. An Odd1 An Odd1 says:

    We can applaud the feel good aim oftruth in our lives, but 4 topic denigrated by 1 style Advertisement for edits and rewrites Trashy infomercial pushy sell drowns whether common non sensical sounding points work Can one demonstrate a good grasp of this material by applying given techniques to the book itself Text shows contradiction, inconsistency, exaggeration, over convincing, deflection, others vouching A weak five step structure shakes down better as two observe the norm, th We can applaud the feel good aim oftruth in our lives, but 4 topic denigrated by 1 style Advertisement for edits and rewrites Trashy infomercial pushy sell drowns whether common non sensical sounding points work Can one demonstrate a good grasp of this material by applying given techniques to the book itself Text shows contradiction, inconsistency, exaggeration, over convincing, deflection, others vouching A weak five step structure shakes down better as two observe the norm, then differences at interrogation For a baseline, we start with informal questions, casual, relaxed We watch for other red flags hot spots under the caveat no jumping to conclusions A powerful person or psychopath may not show guilt A subject s regular behavior may include such signs sweat, gas, jitters p 162, shrugs, speedy or slow speech, evasion eyes, posture , mismatch of microexpressions or body language from verbal That our navels tend to point as do inner desires is dubbed navel intelligence Catchy nicknames help, buzz babble does not Unscientific Lacks statistics, studies, proof References , as in Wiki, should be backing sources, not Power Team p 133 mush praise Indicative of falsehoods are shovelfulls of self promotion Name dropping is wasted Asking us to choose and copy strong women p 227 reveals direction bias, audience expected to be femalenames I ve never heard of Black and white photos some clarify text about obvious hand positions chest, fig leaf , others are pointless criminals, her family holiday The grouping, structure for teaching, seems weak Scattered boxes are useless I d like to try her 7 second fixes , but never see those situations mechanic, car salesman Mostly hodge podge lists The final interrogation claims credibility from police interviews, primarily watching for previously cited signs Not sure if I can implement, or need to The procedure emphasizes to overwhelm by sheer quantity of questions Ask open ended questions starting Tell me, What do you mean, Repeat, Who What Why When Where How If an answer should be only Yes No, thenare lies Asking for a story backwards breaks down rehearsed bosh Do different questions get the same answer if they should Made aware that questions can be slanted, how do we apply that revelation Opposites include How short tall, fast slow, hot cold, powerful weak, cute ugly, smart stupid, nice mean So Unproven handwriting examples still confuse, look arbitrarily excerpted I see ambiguous letters, deliberate illegible scrawls deny culpability I cannot see Bee Stings I can see her Felon s Claw in d, f, g , a deflowered virgin s guilty grip, broken grasp, where lower loops turn to hooks, but where does Driver see them in b, d, l, n p 122 Where is any proof YouTube exercises may test how much I ve learned or distract and detract My long ago training for distress phone help line was stay quiet, listen, reflect back what I thought I heard One step here is also to wait Could we practice until recognition of lies is unconscious, instant So what if we do know How do we cope Walk away From family superiors Infinite topics only slightly addressed Games distract, practice our observation skills Ask someone to repeatedly hold a coin thing behind their back in one hand, you guess, they reveal Keep watching for tells , hints toward one side p 93 Epilogue is Using your powers for good , pop psychology be your best self advice, optimistic reasoning that our own individual honesty can better the worldThe only thing needed for the triumph of devil is for good men to do nothingEdmund Burke


  4. Laura Laura says:

    This book builds on the author s first body language book, You Say More Than You Think, by also covering in greater detail facial expressions, handwriting, and use of language Pretty interesting stuff and I like that the author cautions readers to really know what they are doing with interpreting all of these factors, as falsely accusing can result in damaged relationships There s a LOT of information here so it is not simple to put it all into practice right away Driver s mission is to give This book builds on the author s first body language book, You Say More Than You Think, by also covering in greater detail facial expressions, handwriting, and use of language Pretty interesting stuff and I like that the author cautions readers to really know what they are doing with interpreting all of these factors, as falsely accusing can result in damaged relationships There s a LOT of information here so it is not simple to put it all into practice right away Driver s mission is to give people a BS Barometer so that they can createauthentic relationships in their lives There s an app you can get that has some videos and other tools to use for practicewhich is good because some of the links she offers in the books are no longer functional.I m a fan of both of her books so far Easy to read and I was amazed at all of the things I could tune into that were going on around me that I hadn t noticed before


  5. Haley Haley says:

    I ve read a few books that are supposed to tell you how to spot liars in your midst and this is definitely the best This is the only spot the liar book i ve read with such a focus on establishing the baseline before being able to tell anything effectively Which is so true and so important, just because someone won t my eye contact or is biting their nails doesn t mean their nervous and lying to you, it could just be the way they are normally It s so clear and I can t believe so many other I ve read a few books that are supposed to tell you how to spot liars in your midst and this is definitely the best This is the only spot the liar book i ve read with such a focus on establishing the baseline before being able to tell anything effectively Which is so true and so important, just because someone won t my eye contact or is biting their nails doesn t mean their nervous and lying to you, it could just be the way they are normally It s so clear and I can t believe so many others either don t have the baseline or certainly don t emphasise its importance nearly enough


  6. Ginger Ginger says:

    Driver expands the typical body language cues for lying into subtle deception detection cues covering micro facial movements, gestures and changes in voice tone and language structure She also provides links to web site video examples and exercises This is a good read for all interested in sorting fact from fiction from an author with years of solid experience and the training of high level professionals in the art and science of deception detection.


  7. Bret Beynon Bret Beynon says:

    Really basic interpretation of human communication No real insights.


  8. Evin Ashley Evin Ashley says:

    This book was hyper marketed, and the reader gets the feeling, ironically, that you are not being told the whole truth Driver reiterates that she is beholden to retain certain confidential discoveries related to body language, in the context of her formal training with intelligence, law enforcement and government entities However, she seems to push her own school of body language for further knowledge, which comes across as sales y.I ll tell you the secret of the book which she dangles like This book was hyper marketed, and the reader gets the feeling, ironically, that you are not being told the whole truth Driver reiterates that she is beholden to retain certain confidential discoveries related to body language, in the context of her formal training with intelligence, law enforcement and government entities However, she seems to push her own school of body language for further knowledge, which comes across as sales y.I ll tell you the secret of the book which she dangles like a super tease throughout, as the most reliable way to tell someone is lying change in voice intonation If someone changes the pitch of their voice suddenly, it is almost guaranteed they are fibbing But then again, as she reiterates throughout the book, there is no 100% indefatigable way of knowing whether someone is lying we homo sapiens have perfected the art over the millennia Your best bet is to obtain an individual s baseline behavior a.k.a., know them For me, this book was a bit like the film, Citizen Kane It s Rosebud There, I just saved you three hours


  9. Capt. JD Morgan Capt. JD Morgan says:

    Advertisements for her other book, way too much personal crap that doesn t really add anything, all over the place writing, lack of facts and lots of self righteous opinions I couldn t even get through whole book, I only made it a through a third of it before deciding that life is too short to waste another second on the crap in this book DO NOT READ THIS BOOK, IT BROUGHT DOWN THE VALUE OF THE PAPER IT WAS PRINTED ON I didn t get to it but I guess there is a part of the book where she bu Advertisements for her other book, way too much personal crap that doesn t really add anything, all over the place writing, lack of facts and lots of self righteous opinions I couldn t even get through whole book, I only made it a through a third of it before deciding that life is too short to waste another second on the crap in this book DO NOT READ THIS BOOK, IT BROUGHT DOWN THE VALUE OF THE PAPER IT WAS PRINTED ON I didn t get to it but I guess there is a part of the book where she busts her HUSBAND TO BE as a cheater in front of his at the time wife and then thinks it s a funny anecdote to put in the book REALLY WHY WOULD YOU READ THIS


  10. Margaret Page Margaret Page says:

    Not just a book of pictures to memorize that this body gesture means that Instead a book where metaphors, imagery and stories are used to insure the reader masters the art of reading the body.


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10 thoughts on “You Can't Lie to Me

  1. Jeremy David Jeremy David says:

    YOU CAN T LIE TO ME, despite the author bragging about breaking up a couple, is a decent, resourceful tool to sorting out all of the dishonesty in your life While this fight is nearly as pointless as the war on drugs, getting SOME semblance of control can t hurt anybody but the scum bullshitting you Unfortunately being a man I felt out of place reading this because Janine Driver definitely is talking to women In fact I don t think there was one single comment throughout this catered to males YOU CAN T LIE TO ME, despite the author bragging about breaking up a couple, is a decent, resourceful tool to sorting out all of the dishonesty in your life While this fight is nearly as pointless as the war on drugs, getting SOME semblance of control can t hurt anybody but the scum bullshitting you Unfortunately being a man I felt out of place reading this because Janine Driver definitely is talking to women In fact I don t think there was one single comment throughout this catered to males whatsoever And with that, a lot of her methods are just incorrect Especially the idea that truthful people NEVER get defensive when accused of something Haha SUCH GARBAGE When people don t believe anything you say over a lifetime you get to the point where the only thing LEFT is disdain for judgmental know it alls Janine wrote this book in a BUBBLE Grade C

  2. September September says:

    I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised when I learned the direction Driver took This book is not a witch hunt for liars, which I hate to admit, is a large percentage of why I picked the book up But I discovered something better when Driver explained that to uncover the liars in our lives, we need to seek out truth.Janine not only takes you on a journey of self reflection and growth, but she teaches you accessible techniques for reading body language, vocal cues, statement analysis, and I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised when I learned the direction Driver took This book is not a witch hunt for liars, which I hate to admit, is a large percentage of why I picked the book up But I discovered something better when Driver explained that to uncover the liars in our lives, we need to seek out truth.Janine not only takes you on a journey of self reflection and growth, but she teaches you accessible techniques for reading body language, vocal cues, statement analysis, andShe s labeled or itemized every aspect with easy to remember names, making them easier to study and remember I really feel that what the reader gets out of this book is highly dependent on how much he she is willing to put in TheI label something I ve witnessed and say why I ve labeled it as such, the stronger my BS Barometer is becoming It may seem like make work, but having put in the work I m telling you it s anything but Treat this like a textbook, and you ll be very pleased with the results.An invaluable read that I will continue to keep handy for a time, as I continue to improve my BS Barometer Driver has a new fan, of her knowledge, packaging for sharing that knowledge

  3. An Odd1 An Odd1 says:

    We can applaud the feel good aim oftruth in our lives, but 4 topic denigrated by 1 style Advertisement for edits and rewrites Trashy infomercial pushy sell drowns whether common non sensical sounding points work Can one demonstrate a good grasp of this material by applying given techniques to the book itself Text shows contradiction, inconsistency, exaggeration, over convincing, deflection, others vouching A weak five step structure shakes down better as two observe the norm, th We can applaud the feel good aim oftruth in our lives, but 4 topic denigrated by 1 style Advertisement for edits and rewrites Trashy infomercial pushy sell drowns whether common non sensical sounding points work Can one demonstrate a good grasp of this material by applying given techniques to the book itself Text shows contradiction, inconsistency, exaggeration, over convincing, deflection, others vouching A weak five step structure shakes down better as two observe the norm, then differences at interrogation For a baseline, we start with informal questions, casual, relaxed We watch for other red flags hot spots under the caveat no jumping to conclusions A powerful person or psychopath may not show guilt A subject s regular behavior may include such signs sweat, gas, jitters p 162, shrugs, speedy or slow speech, evasion eyes, posture , mismatch of microexpressions or body language from verbal That our navels tend to point as do inner desires is dubbed navel intelligence Catchy nicknames help, buzz babble does not Unscientific Lacks statistics, studies, proof References , as in Wiki, should be backing sources, not Power Team p 133 mush praise Indicative of falsehoods are shovelfulls of self promotion Name dropping is wasted Asking us to choose and copy strong women p 227 reveals direction bias, audience expected to be femalenames I ve never heard of Black and white photos some clarify text about obvious hand positions chest, fig leaf , others are pointless criminals, her family holiday The grouping, structure for teaching, seems weak Scattered boxes are useless I d like to try her 7 second fixes , but never see those situations mechanic, car salesman Mostly hodge podge lists The final interrogation claims credibility from police interviews, primarily watching for previously cited signs Not sure if I can implement, or need to The procedure emphasizes to overwhelm by sheer quantity of questions Ask open ended questions starting Tell me, What do you mean, Repeat, Who What Why When Where How If an answer should be only Yes No, thenare lies Asking for a story backwards breaks down rehearsed bosh Do different questions get the same answer if they should Made aware that questions can be slanted, how do we apply that revelation Opposites include How short tall, fast slow, hot cold, powerful weak, cute ugly, smart stupid, nice mean So Unproven handwriting examples still confuse, look arbitrarily excerpted I see ambiguous letters, deliberate illegible scrawls deny culpability I cannot see Bee Stings I can see her Felon s Claw in d, f, g , a deflowered virgin s guilty grip, broken grasp, where lower loops turn to hooks, but where does Driver see them in b, d, l, n p 122 Where is any proof YouTube exercises may test how much I ve learned or distract and detract My long ago training for distress phone help line was stay quiet, listen, reflect back what I thought I heard One step here is also to wait Could we practice until recognition of lies is unconscious, instant So what if we do know How do we cope Walk away From family superiors Infinite topics only slightly addressed Games distract, practice our observation skills Ask someone to repeatedly hold a coin thing behind their back in one hand, you guess, they reveal Keep watching for tells , hints toward one side p 93 Epilogue is Using your powers for good , pop psychology be your best self advice, optimistic reasoning that our own individual honesty can better the worldThe only thing needed for the triumph of devil is for good men to do nothingEdmund Burke

  4. Laura Laura says:

    This book builds on the author s first body language book, You Say More Than You Think, by also covering in greater detail facial expressions, handwriting, and use of language Pretty interesting stuff and I like that the author cautions readers to really know what they are doing with interpreting all of these factors, as falsely accusing can result in damaged relationships There s a LOT of information here so it is not simple to put it all into practice right away Driver s mission is to give This book builds on the author s first body language book, You Say More Than You Think, by also covering in greater detail facial expressions, handwriting, and use of language Pretty interesting stuff and I like that the author cautions readers to really know what they are doing with interpreting all of these factors, as falsely accusing can result in damaged relationships There s a LOT of information here so it is not simple to put it all into practice right away Driver s mission is to give people a BS Barometer so that they can createauthentic relationships in their lives There s an app you can get that has some videos and other tools to use for practicewhich is good because some of the links she offers in the books are no longer functional.I m a fan of both of her books so far Easy to read and I was amazed at all of the things I could tune into that were going on around me that I hadn t noticed before

  5. Haley Haley says:

    I ve read a few books that are supposed to tell you how to spot liars in your midst and this is definitely the best This is the only spot the liar book i ve read with such a focus on establishing the baseline before being able to tell anything effectively Which is so true and so important, just because someone won t my eye contact or is biting their nails doesn t mean their nervous and lying to you, it could just be the way they are normally It s so clear and I can t believe so many other I ve read a few books that are supposed to tell you how to spot liars in your midst and this is definitely the best This is the only spot the liar book i ve read with such a focus on establishing the baseline before being able to tell anything effectively Which is so true and so important, just because someone won t my eye contact or is biting their nails doesn t mean their nervous and lying to you, it could just be the way they are normally It s so clear and I can t believe so many others either don t have the baseline or certainly don t emphasise its importance nearly enough

  6. Ginger Ginger says:

    Driver expands the typical body language cues for lying into subtle deception detection cues covering micro facial movements, gestures and changes in voice tone and language structure She also provides links to web site video examples and exercises This is a good read for all interested in sorting fact from fiction from an author with years of solid experience and the training of high level professionals in the art and science of deception detection.

  7. Bret Beynon Bret Beynon says:

    Really basic interpretation of human communication No real insights.

  8. Evin Ashley Evin Ashley says:

    This book was hyper marketed, and the reader gets the feeling, ironically, that you are not being told the whole truth Driver reiterates that she is beholden to retain certain confidential discoveries related to body language, in the context of her formal training with intelligence, law enforcement and government entities However, she seems to push her own school of body language for further knowledge, which comes across as sales y.I ll tell you the secret of the book which she dangles like This book was hyper marketed, and the reader gets the feeling, ironically, that you are not being told the whole truth Driver reiterates that she is beholden to retain certain confidential discoveries related to body language, in the context of her formal training with intelligence, law enforcement and government entities However, she seems to push her own school of body language for further knowledge, which comes across as sales y.I ll tell you the secret of the book which she dangles like a super tease throughout, as the most reliable way to tell someone is lying change in voice intonation If someone changes the pitch of their voice suddenly, it is almost guaranteed they are fibbing But then again, as she reiterates throughout the book, there is no 100% indefatigable way of knowing whether someone is lying we homo sapiens have perfected the art over the millennia Your best bet is to obtain an individual s baseline behavior a.k.a., know them For me, this book was a bit like the film, Citizen Kane It s Rosebud There, I just saved you three hours

  9. Capt. JD Morgan Capt. JD Morgan says:

    Advertisements for her other book, way too much personal crap that doesn t really add anything, all over the place writing, lack of facts and lots of self righteous opinions I couldn t even get through whole book, I only made it a through a third of it before deciding that life is too short to waste another second on the crap in this book DO NOT READ THIS BOOK, IT BROUGHT DOWN THE VALUE OF THE PAPER IT WAS PRINTED ON I didn t get to it but I guess there is a part of the book where she bu Advertisements for her other book, way too much personal crap that doesn t really add anything, all over the place writing, lack of facts and lots of self righteous opinions I couldn t even get through whole book, I only made it a through a third of it before deciding that life is too short to waste another second on the crap in this book DO NOT READ THIS BOOK, IT BROUGHT DOWN THE VALUE OF THE PAPER IT WAS PRINTED ON I didn t get to it but I guess there is a part of the book where she busts her HUSBAND TO BE as a cheater in front of his at the time wife and then thinks it s a funny anecdote to put in the book REALLY WHY WOULD YOU READ THIS

  10. Margaret Page Margaret Page says:

    Not just a book of pictures to memorize that this body gesture means that Instead a book where metaphors, imagery and stories are used to insure the reader masters the art of reading the body.

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