In 1998, my first book Never Be Lied to Again introduced the public to specifically formulated techniques to help people detect deception in their everyday lives. It went on to become a New York Times bestseller and one of the top 100 selling books that year. Nearly a decade later, in 2007, my follow-up, You Can Read Anyone, became an instant classic and a perennial bestseller, with millions of copies sold in 27 languages and 40 countries. Now, roughly another decade later, thanks to emerging research in psycholinguistics, neuroscience, and the cognitive and behavioral sciences, I will introduce you to the most advanced, cutting-edge methods in lie detection, which will give you the ability to detect deceit in the FOUR most important areas:
Section 1. Assessing Honesty and Integrity
Whenever you’re speaking with a suspect, coworker, or new acquaintance, find out if they’re going to be open and honest or guarded and deceitful.
Section 2. The Art of Reading the Bluff
They make a threat—to walk out or to sue; they make a claim—to expose you or to protect you. Instantly know if they are just blowing smoke out of desperation or making a declaration of true intention.
Section 3. Making Up Stories: Alibis and Lullabies
Quickly determine whether someone’s account of any incident or experience is the absolute truth or nothing but a complete work of fiction.
Section 4. What Are They Hiding?
When you have a sneaking suspicion that another person may be up to something underhanded, you are left with three bleak options: confront the person, ignore the situation, or try to gather more information. Now you
You’ve got another way….five ways, to be exact!
Go Beyond Body Langauge
This course covers brand new ground and, relies little on age-old, outdated body language signs and signals. Many experts, for example, claim that crossed arms and legs suggest defensiveness or disagreement. While not technically wrong, you will get a lot of false positives if your subject is seated in a cold room in a chair without an armrest. And yes, little or no direct eye contact is a classic sign of deception. But the bad guys already know this, so unless your subject is a five-year-old caught with his hand in the cookie jar, you’ll need more sophisticated tactics. More chillingly, how do you accurately read a psychotic person who believes his own lies? Or a sociopath who looks you straight in the eyes and swears up and down on a stack of Bibles that he’s telling the truth?
Now you can eliminate the guesswork and learn the same easy-to-use method that I teach to the FBI’s elite Behavioral Analysis Unit, the CIA, the NSA, every branch of the United States military, and law enforcement agencies around the world.
Chock full of colorful examples and real-life scenarios, this course shows you step-by-step exactly how to tell what someone is thinking in real-life situations. For example, you will see precisely how to determine whether another poker player will stay in or fold, whether a salesperson is trustworthy or devious, or whether a first date is going your way or the other way. And when the stakes are high—negotiations; interrogations; questions of abuse, theft, or fraud—you’ll learn how to save yourself time, money, energy, and heartache by identifying out who is out for you, and who is out to get you (or a loved one).
Enjoy an unprecedented edge in every conversation and situation, when you become a human lie-detector.
Let’s go inside and become the master of lie detection.