The Yes Factor ePUB ↠ The Yes eBook Û

The Yes Factor ePUB ↠ The Yes eBook Û


10 thoughts on “The Yes Factor

  1. Christa JoAnna Christa JoAnna says:

    If you get the chance to listen to the audio version of this book it is exceptional I have her new book on my to read list I like her style and the tips are practicalPair this book with 'what every body is saying' and you will get a good picture of particularsto notice


  2. Kaa Kaa says:

    Mirror neurons are responsible for empathy yawning autism Mirror neurons to psychology as DNA to geneticsBlinking increase of blinking in uncomfortable situations Why? Women nod than menFrame Reframe


  3. Jay Jay says:

    I didn't have a good description of this book before I started it and I was surprised to find it was about body language While I don't think I've read a book specifically on this topic I have read many that include body language descriptions and training to identify other's body language I found this a much complete book with sections covering many details that I hadn't thought to uestion before I liked the descriptions and the examples the author provided I also appreciated her plan to learn and use body language techniues in a few weeks Like all such books the proof is in the practice and I suspect the volume and variety of topics will not lend themselves to putting this all into practice I will be looking for a couple of these signs in my next conversations


  4. Diana Nagy Diana Nagy says:

    This book is absolutely terrific for learning how to properly and effectively communicate with others Not only persuasively but for good conversation in any situation The book is full of body language tips and speech suggestions that you are sure to find beneficial for everyday situations Get this book today so you can be successful tomorrow Remember the research showing that in order to become as successful as you're capable of being you must be a good communicator It's a reuirement


  5. Kater Cheek Kater Cheek says:

    One of the points that Tonya Reiman makes in this book is that first impressions and appearances are extremely important I had a negative first impression of this book due to the author's appearance on the cover What kind of a person puts her photo on the cover of a nonfiction book? I mean sure if you're a celebrity and it's a memoir but a bleached blond with too much eyeliner and a name I've never heard of?Still I'm interested in the subject so I checked it out This is a useful book in that it sums up a lot of what communications majors learn in four years and car salesmen learn over a career Basically it's about how to establish rapport with people and convince them to buy whatever you're selling The former appeals to me than the latter Some of the techniues were interesting for example anchoring the moment where you get people accustomed to doing something in a particular time or place Others were so obvious I couldn't imagine who would need it such as the meaning of a sentence can change depending on what word you emphasize Still others felt kind of smarmy such as memorize and practice a few stories that you can trot out when you need themThis book has some very useful information on some subjects I especially liked the section on body language because as a writer I like to use descriptions of body language to indicate how characters feel about one another The 21 day plan to an alpha you outlined in the back of the book is basically a shy person's guide to faking extroversion something I've already learned on my own but something that might be helpful to other people She also has information on how to baseline a person that is tell what they act like when they're normal so that you can tell when they are either lying or when they are pleased or displeased by what you are sayingI'm giving it two stars however because my enjoyment of this book was hampered by certain aspects For one the author's style had the smarmy over confidence I attribute to salespeople and politicians She couches phrases in a breezy conversational style as if you had come to her asking for advice Sidebars have fake advice columns that say ask Tonya and illuminate the subject at hand And most egregious she used her own photo several times in the book instead of stock photos or drawingsOne of the other things I disliked was the way in which she said studies show that x where x is something like men are better at spatial reasoning than women or people can be primed to expect a certain answer I didn't like this because every single study was one I had read about at least two or three times in other books She tried to jam too much into this book Yes we know that taller men earn than shorter men and that prettier women are liked better and earn than uglier women We don't need a section on BMI or hip to waist ratio because these things can't be changed and don't belong in a book on how to persuade peopleReiman also wrote some 'facts' which I find simply farfetched I've heard the hoary idea that people are either visual or auditory or kinesthetic learners but the evidence for this theory is not compelling Guys don't say sweet because they're gustatorially inclined but because that's what the other dudes say She also took some facts and then extrapolated them to non obvious conclusions much the way that Tupperware or magnet therapy saleswomen have done For example she says that studies show men like the smell of vanilla among others and women like the smell of baby powder among others Therefore she postulates women should wear musk vanilla spice and baby powder A I don't know how she came to this conclusion and B I can't stand the smell of baby powder and vanilla on people They make me want to gag One of the techniues in the book to get people to agree with you was to say many things they would agree with it's a nice day Your name is Karl? and then hit them with your reuest wouldn't you like to buy a car from me? I felt that she was doing this with the book She uotes from well known studies that I agree with Pavlov's conditioned response for example and then follows it up with stuff that seems kind of pseudoscience if you have an emotional reuest to make whisper it in a person's right ear because the right ear goes to the left side of the brain Because there were so many facts that seemed a little uestionable it made me doubt the rest of the materialI do think this book would be useful for certain people I think it might be useful for me as a writer so that I can make my characters act like real people It would definitely be useful for salespeople politicians and other smarmy people who need a full arsenal of charisma enhancing tricks It would also be useful for shy people andor people who need basic social skills explained to them such as those with Asperger's syndromeReiman mentions again and again how the little details can fix or derail your interactions with a person Not buffing your shoes lowers your esteem Having dandruff can make people think you're not the right person for the job I am absurdly grateful I don't have to interact with such shallow people This book unfortunately fails on many of the details I didn't like being talked down to by having everything I've read in the past ten years parroted back to me in a simplified form I also didn't like that she used a lot of terms and then put these terms in bold as if this were a textbook and I were a first year student Her photo on the cover and the other photos spaced throughout the book also turned me off as did the onslaught of evolutionary biology study summaries with their whiff of sexism The author has another book on body language which I haven't read but am now curious to check out seeing as how the section on body language was the strongest section in this book I'm torn between getting a copy of this book as a reference for the useful information it contains and looking for a different book which contains the useful information but without all the parts I disliked


  6. Amy Nicole Sabas Amy Nicole Sabas says:

    It's a decent starting point for a few practical tips that will help you build strong business relationships uickly and easily


  7. April Braswell April Braswell says:

    The Yes Factor Television's #1 Body Language Expert Delivers Engaging Self Mastery in Your Body Language and Persuasion SkillsA number of authors and less experienced BL speakers will attempt just to teach you about how to read someone else's body language And while that is an excellent interpersonal and business persuasion skill to learn and develop learning the influence effect of your own body language and mastering that is an even important and vital skill for sales and relationship successTonya Reiman delivers bothMany of us have heard of and seen Tonya on The O'Reilly Factor plus a number of other national periodicals like The NYT WSJ and the popular USA TODAY So you know she will massively deliver her expertise provide and educate us about reading body language as the top woman expert in the US if not internationallyBut what I've also come to expect from Tonya and I was not disappointed in her excellent content deliver in The Yes Factor is both an engaging and intelligent deliver as well She combines examples and illustrations and literally tons of BW photograph examples from both politicians as well as celebrities Without becoming People magazine we can all have our guilty pleasure in reading about celebrity gossip and body language leaking out the truth of what they are really saying and communicating While Tonya is always an intelligent and polished expert we can still enjoy just a little bit of entertaining juiciness as we learnSince there is no Take a Look Inside section for The Yes Factor without revealing any of Tonya's Intellectual Property here is the Table of Contents for you so you can best select adding The Yes Factor to your shopping cart and purchasing her excellent book todayTonya combines scientific research about the brain and establishes the groundwork with that first before venturing into such super practical applications of influence persuasion and body language as the importance of FRAMING in chapter 5 I think framing is so important and influential and it is a concept which many people do not grasp and fully appreciate the first time they hear of itTonya explains framing very simply and gives plenty of examples for how to use it in our personal family lives as well as in business settings She even includes some examples from her early expert career where she fumbled the ball with her setting and keeping the frame Her expertise is so invaluable because she does not just leave us there with an example of What NOT to Do but rather she demonstrates what she should have done which we can learn from and emulate in our own spheres of expertiseAnd that is what she means by Being the Alpha We are all experts at something And when we are clear about our own expertise we can give uarter and homage to another's expertise One of the examples she provides is of two alphas in the workplace In a situation that could have readily disintegrated into office politics and demonstrating corporate fiefdoms she provides examples of persuasion where you don't lose face or authority and are able to give that to another in their area of expertise In a down economy this is becoming and of an issue within corporations where everyone is afraid for their job and is striving to display prowess Tonya instead provides corporate workers with ways to foster teamwork and mutual respect in the workplace Now that is a persuasion YES factor if I ever heard of one Not cited in the the TOC but one of the contributing factors to The YES Factor being a truly authoritative body language and persuasion book is there is an excellent REFERENCES section a bibliography This means we subject matter fans have wonderful resources we can read and they are recommended by TonyaAdditionally at the end of each chapter Tonya features a toolkit application in her Ask Tonya chapter closer Here she fields uestions from her many fans both from their personal as well as professional lives which are reflective of the content of that chapterI don't know about you but having those real life application examples really helps me both to fully learn and grasp the information explained in the book but also then to go use and implement it practically in my life Thank you Tonya for making this book both so intelligent and interesting plus entertaining and useful to our lives and careersIf you're looking to increase sales this year keep your job improve your relationships or even be the job applicant they choose to hire over all the many others then purchase Tonya Reiman's The YES Factor read it and give yourself the edge


  8. Bernie Bernie says:

    As Ecclesiastes says 'there is nothing new under the sun' That's very true of this book There's probably nothing new in this book that if you haven't read any of several 'self help' books that you haven't read before In fact much of the information you'll find in Tonya Reman's previous book THE POWER OF BODY LANGUAGE And surprisingly much uite similar to the 1937 classic Dale Carnagie Book HOW TO WIN FRIENDS AND INFLUENCE PEOPLE I really enjoyed Reman's previous book which I read last summer while I was visiting my daughter in New York City One day my daughter and I were walking in a park in Brooklyn on a sunny day just after a hard rain As we looked ahead we saw what looked like a large but uite shallow rain puddle Apparently it looked eually shallow to the bicyclist who was approaching us from the opposite direction I say that because he chose to ride through it Unfortunately looks can be decieving as the rider was uickly engulfed in water and mud up to his chest while his bicycle disappeared under the water My daughter and I had the same reaction We both HAD to laugh but we didn't want the rider to see us laughing out of concern for his feelings So we both covered our mouths with our hand and snickered underneath it This nearly instinctive simultaneous reaction impressed on me the importance of body language that I had been reading about in her book While Reiman's previous book was good this one is better because it focuses on application how do we apply lessons in body language and tone of speach to communicate effectively with those we come into contact with? That's what it's about And it puts the information into a complete and informative package The book is different than Dale Carnegie in that while the principles are similar it focuses on the body and the tone and pace of speach It brings that additonal element while many self help books focus on WHAT to say or do this book focuses on the HOW and the how according to Reiman is to focus on how the other person communicates and develop your strategy to accomodate that So I'd highly recommend the bookTwo criticismsFirst Reiman neglects the heart's motivation If your motivation in communicating with another is purely mercinary what can I get out of it it will come through and communication will be hampered Only if one works on their heart and strives to keep it pure will these techniues are effective Second she gives the impression that you should only use these techniues to as the title says Get what you want At one point she denigrates her own technies when they are not connected to a specific goal I'm all for goal directedness but what's wrong with employing these techniues just because you want to connect with someone else? because you just want to be a better listner? a better person?Perhaps she didn't mean to come accross this way though or perhaps I've misinterpreted Any way Great Book Please read it


  9. Lewis Van Osdel Lewis Van Osdel says:

    The Yes Factor covers how to read body language how to project your Alpha Self and how to make a better impression with people so you are likely to influence peopleIs the book perfect? No Tonya Reiman does a good job in using stories and data to illustrate her points My main criticism with the book is have to read most of the book before you get real assignments Personally I think you should be applying the material as you go through the bookI found the sections about how to read body language useful I enjoyed her information on how to reframe situations so you will be likely change people's opinions and likely influence them


  10. YW Low 劉耀詠 YW Low 劉耀詠 says:

    Reiman offers nothing revolutionary in her book It basically consists of structural steps and sound factors on persuasive skill; which are of some common sense to most people Numerous factors things one may already practicing without labels things like Priming are highlighted in the book All in all nothing revolutionary however can serve as reminder on being persuasive


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The Yes Factor [EPUB] ✾ The Yes Factor ❃ Tonya Reiman – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk A foolproof twenty one day plan for accomplishing every goal using the power of persuasion and body language One word is the key to the job a guarantee of a second date and so much And that word is YE A foolproof twenty one day plan for accomplishing every goal using the power of persuasion and body language One word is the key to the job a guarantee of a second date and so much And that word is YES Communication expert Tonya Reiman is a master at reading people and she shares her powerful secrets in The Yes Factor All day every day we sell ourselves; our clothing our speech and even our movements create a set of subtle The Yes eBook Û clues that influence how others judge us Now Reiman shows readers how to gain control of that process through step by step instructions that will completely overhaul their verbal and nonverbal communication techniues Comprehensive and easy to use The Yes Factor stands head and shoulders above the competition in an abidingly popular category.

  • ebook
  • 320 pages
  • The Yes Factor
  • Tonya Reiman
  • English
  • 27 March 2015
  • 9781101187210

10 thoughts on “The Yes Factor

  1. Christa JoAnna Christa JoAnna says:

    If you get the chance to listen to the audio version of this book it is exceptional I have her new book on my to read list I like her style and the tips are practicalPair this book with 'what every body is saying' and you will get a good picture of particularsto notice

  2. Kaa Kaa says:

    Mirror neurons are responsible for empathy yawning autism Mirror neurons to psychology as DNA to geneticsBlinking increase of blinking in uncomfortable situations Why? Women nod than menFrame Reframe

  3. Jay Jay says:

    I didn't have a good description of this book before I started it and I was surprised to find it was about body language While I don't think I've read a book specifically on this topic I have read many that include body language descriptions and training to identify other's body language I found this a much complete book with sections covering many details that I hadn't thought to uestion before I liked the descriptions and the examples the author provided I also appreciated her plan to learn and use body language techniues in a few weeks Like all such books the proof is in the practice and I suspect the volume and variety of topics will not lend themselves to putting this all into practice I will be looking for a couple of these signs in my next conversations

  4. Diana Nagy Diana Nagy says:

    This book is absolutely terrific for learning how to properly and effectively communicate with others Not only persuasively but for good conversation in any situation The book is full of body language tips and speech suggestions that you are sure to find beneficial for everyday situations Get this book today so you can be successful tomorrow Remember the research showing that in order to become as successful as you're capable of being you must be a good communicator It's a reuirement

  5. Kater Cheek Kater Cheek says:

    One of the points that Tonya Reiman makes in this book is that first impressions and appearances are extremely important I had a negative first impression of this book due to the author's appearance on the cover What kind of a person puts her photo on the cover of a nonfiction book? I mean sure if you're a celebrity and it's a memoir but a bleached blond with too much eyeliner and a name I've never heard of?Still I'm interested in the subject so I checked it out This is a useful book in that it sums up a lot of what communications majors learn in four years and car salesmen learn over a career Basically it's about how to establish rapport with people and convince them to buy whatever you're selling The former appeals to me than the latter Some of the techniues were interesting for example anchoring the moment where you get people accustomed to doing something in a particular time or place Others were so obvious I couldn't imagine who would need it such as the meaning of a sentence can change depending on what word you emphasize Still others felt kind of smarmy such as memorize and practice a few stories that you can trot out when you need themThis book has some very useful information on some subjects I especially liked the section on body language because as a writer I like to use descriptions of body language to indicate how characters feel about one another The 21 day plan to an alpha you outlined in the back of the book is basically a shy person's guide to faking extroversion something I've already learned on my own but something that might be helpful to other people She also has information on how to baseline a person that is tell what they act like when they're normal so that you can tell when they are either lying or when they are pleased or displeased by what you are sayingI'm giving it two stars however because my enjoyment of this book was hampered by certain aspects For one the author's style had the smarmy over confidence I attribute to salespeople and politicians She couches phrases in a breezy conversational style as if you had come to her asking for advice Sidebars have fake advice columns that say ask Tonya and illuminate the subject at hand And most egregious she used her own photo several times in the book instead of stock photos or drawingsOne of the other things I disliked was the way in which she said studies show that x where x is something like men are better at spatial reasoning than women or people can be primed to expect a certain answer I didn't like this because every single study was one I had read about at least two or three times in other books She tried to jam too much into this book Yes we know that taller men earn than shorter men and that prettier women are liked better and earn than uglier women We don't need a section on BMI or hip to waist ratio because these things can't be changed and don't belong in a book on how to persuade peopleReiman also wrote some 'facts' which I find simply farfetched I've heard the hoary idea that people are either visual or auditory or kinesthetic learners but the evidence for this theory is not compelling Guys don't say sweet because they're gustatorially inclined but because that's what the other dudes say She also took some facts and then extrapolated them to non obvious conclusions much the way that Tupperware or magnet therapy saleswomen have done For example she says that studies show men like the smell of vanilla among others and women like the smell of baby powder among others Therefore she postulates women should wear musk vanilla spice and baby powder A I don't know how she came to this conclusion and B I can't stand the smell of baby powder and vanilla on people They make me want to gag One of the techniues in the book to get people to agree with you was to say many things they would agree with it's a nice day Your name is Karl? and then hit them with your reuest wouldn't you like to buy a car from me? I felt that she was doing this with the book She uotes from well known studies that I agree with Pavlov's conditioned response for example and then follows it up with stuff that seems kind of pseudoscience if you have an emotional reuest to make whisper it in a person's right ear because the right ear goes to the left side of the brain Because there were so many facts that seemed a little uestionable it made me doubt the rest of the materialI do think this book would be useful for certain people I think it might be useful for me as a writer so that I can make my characters act like real people It would definitely be useful for salespeople politicians and other smarmy people who need a full arsenal of charisma enhancing tricks It would also be useful for shy people andor people who need basic social skills explained to them such as those with Asperger's syndromeReiman mentions again and again how the little details can fix or derail your interactions with a person Not buffing your shoes lowers your esteem Having dandruff can make people think you're not the right person for the job I am absurdly grateful I don't have to interact with such shallow people This book unfortunately fails on many of the details I didn't like being talked down to by having everything I've read in the past ten years parroted back to me in a simplified form I also didn't like that she used a lot of terms and then put these terms in bold as if this were a textbook and I were a first year student Her photo on the cover and the other photos spaced throughout the book also turned me off as did the onslaught of evolutionary biology study summaries with their whiff of sexism The author has another book on body language which I haven't read but am now curious to check out seeing as how the section on body language was the strongest section in this book I'm torn between getting a copy of this book as a reference for the useful information it contains and looking for a different book which contains the useful information but without all the parts I disliked

  6. Amy Nicole Sabas Amy Nicole Sabas says:

    It's a decent starting point for a few practical tips that will help you build strong business relationships uickly and easily

  7. April Braswell April Braswell says:

    The Yes Factor Television's #1 Body Language Expert Delivers Engaging Self Mastery in Your Body Language and Persuasion SkillsA number of authors and less experienced BL speakers will attempt just to teach you about how to read someone else's body language And while that is an excellent interpersonal and business persuasion skill to learn and develop learning the influence effect of your own body language and mastering that is an even important and vital skill for sales and relationship successTonya Reiman delivers bothMany of us have heard of and seen Tonya on The O'Reilly Factor plus a number of other national periodicals like The NYT WSJ and the popular USA TODAY So you know she will massively deliver her expertise provide and educate us about reading body language as the top woman expert in the US if not internationallyBut what I've also come to expect from Tonya and I was not disappointed in her excellent content deliver in The Yes Factor is both an engaging and intelligent deliver as well She combines examples and illustrations and literally tons of BW photograph examples from both politicians as well as celebrities Without becoming People magazine we can all have our guilty pleasure in reading about celebrity gossip and body language leaking out the truth of what they are really saying and communicating While Tonya is always an intelligent and polished expert we can still enjoy just a little bit of entertaining juiciness as we learnSince there is no Take a Look Inside section for The Yes Factor without revealing any of Tonya's Intellectual Property here is the Table of Contents for you so you can best select adding The Yes Factor to your shopping cart and purchasing her excellent book todayTonya combines scientific research about the brain and establishes the groundwork with that first before venturing into such super practical applications of influence persuasion and body language as the importance of FRAMING in chapter 5 I think framing is so important and influential and it is a concept which many people do not grasp and fully appreciate the first time they hear of itTonya explains framing very simply and gives plenty of examples for how to use it in our personal family lives as well as in business settings She even includes some examples from her early expert career where she fumbled the ball with her setting and keeping the frame Her expertise is so invaluable because she does not just leave us there with an example of What NOT to Do but rather she demonstrates what she should have done which we can learn from and emulate in our own spheres of expertiseAnd that is what she means by Being the Alpha We are all experts at something And when we are clear about our own expertise we can give uarter and homage to another's expertise One of the examples she provides is of two alphas in the workplace In a situation that could have readily disintegrated into office politics and demonstrating corporate fiefdoms she provides examples of persuasion where you don't lose face or authority and are able to give that to another in their area of expertise In a down economy this is becoming and of an issue within corporations where everyone is afraid for their job and is striving to display prowess Tonya instead provides corporate workers with ways to foster teamwork and mutual respect in the workplace Now that is a persuasion YES factor if I ever heard of one Not cited in the the TOC but one of the contributing factors to The YES Factor being a truly authoritative body language and persuasion book is there is an excellent REFERENCES section a bibliography This means we subject matter fans have wonderful resources we can read and they are recommended by TonyaAdditionally at the end of each chapter Tonya features a toolkit application in her Ask Tonya chapter closer Here she fields uestions from her many fans both from their personal as well as professional lives which are reflective of the content of that chapterI don't know about you but having those real life application examples really helps me both to fully learn and grasp the information explained in the book but also then to go use and implement it practically in my life Thank you Tonya for making this book both so intelligent and interesting plus entertaining and useful to our lives and careersIf you're looking to increase sales this year keep your job improve your relationships or even be the job applicant they choose to hire over all the many others then purchase Tonya Reiman's The YES Factor read it and give yourself the edge

  8. Bernie Bernie says:

    As Ecclesiastes says 'there is nothing new under the sun' That's very true of this book There's probably nothing new in this book that if you haven't read any of several 'self help' books that you haven't read before In fact much of the information you'll find in Tonya Reman's previous book THE POWER OF BODY LANGUAGE And surprisingly much uite similar to the 1937 classic Dale Carnagie Book HOW TO WIN FRIENDS AND INFLUENCE PEOPLE I really enjoyed Reman's previous book which I read last summer while I was visiting my daughter in New York City One day my daughter and I were walking in a park in Brooklyn on a sunny day just after a hard rain As we looked ahead we saw what looked like a large but uite shallow rain puddle Apparently it looked eually shallow to the bicyclist who was approaching us from the opposite direction I say that because he chose to ride through it Unfortunately looks can be decieving as the rider was uickly engulfed in water and mud up to his chest while his bicycle disappeared under the water My daughter and I had the same reaction We both HAD to laugh but we didn't want the rider to see us laughing out of concern for his feelings So we both covered our mouths with our hand and snickered underneath it This nearly instinctive simultaneous reaction impressed on me the importance of body language that I had been reading about in her book While Reiman's previous book was good this one is better because it focuses on application how do we apply lessons in body language and tone of speach to communicate effectively with those we come into contact with? That's what it's about And it puts the information into a complete and informative package The book is different than Dale Carnegie in that while the principles are similar it focuses on the body and the tone and pace of speach It brings that additonal element while many self help books focus on WHAT to say or do this book focuses on the HOW and the how according to Reiman is to focus on how the other person communicates and develop your strategy to accomodate that So I'd highly recommend the bookTwo criticismsFirst Reiman neglects the heart's motivation If your motivation in communicating with another is purely mercinary what can I get out of it it will come through and communication will be hampered Only if one works on their heart and strives to keep it pure will these techniues are effective Second she gives the impression that you should only use these techniues to as the title says Get what you want At one point she denigrates her own technies when they are not connected to a specific goal I'm all for goal directedness but what's wrong with employing these techniues just because you want to connect with someone else? because you just want to be a better listner? a better person?Perhaps she didn't mean to come accross this way though or perhaps I've misinterpreted Any way Great Book Please read it

  9. Lewis Van Osdel Lewis Van Osdel says:

    The Yes Factor covers how to read body language how to project your Alpha Self and how to make a better impression with people so you are likely to influence peopleIs the book perfect? No Tonya Reiman does a good job in using stories and data to illustrate her points My main criticism with the book is have to read most of the book before you get real assignments Personally I think you should be applying the material as you go through the bookI found the sections about how to read body language useful I enjoyed her information on how to reframe situations so you will be likely change people's opinions and likely influence them

  10. YW Low 劉耀詠 YW Low 劉耀詠 says:

    Reiman offers nothing revolutionary in her book It basically consists of structural steps and sound factors on persuasive skill; which are of some common sense to most people Numerous factors things one may already practicing without labels things like Priming are highlighted in the book All in all nothing revolutionary however can serve as reminder on being persuasive

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