Controlling People: How to Control Others and Don't Get Controlled: Make Your Life Happier Learn How to Handle Controlling People [NOOK Book]

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There is a huge difference between being controlled by someone and letting them take control of a situation. When we are at work there are times when we all need to step back and recognize someone else has more expertise at a given moment and should be the one taking the lead in a situation. This is considered the natural order. This book will help you to learn to master the art of persuasion in both business and your personal life.
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Controlling People: How to Control Others and Don't Get Controlled: Make Your Life Happier Learn How to Handle Controlling People

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Overview

There is a huge difference between being controlled by someone and letting them take control of a situation. When we are at work there are times when we all need to step back and recognize someone else has more expertise at a given moment and should be the one taking the lead in a situation. This is considered the natural order. This book will help you to learn to master the art of persuasion in both business and your personal life.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781634282208
  • Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 7/29/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 43
  • Sales rank: 18,145
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Having found herself at the end of a difficult period in her life, looking back Jo realized most of the significant relationships during that time may have been with different personalities, but all of them had controlled her. To change her life she needed to work out how to recognize these controlling attributes in others and how to make sure she did not get trapped by them again. In this book she discusses what she has learned and shows how she constantly works on herself so that she can counter any moves others might take to try and manipulate her. Using these skills has helped her meet new people, develop new trusting relationships, and feel more confident and assertive at work. Follow Jo's skills and learn how to control your destiny!
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2014

    Short but okay


    39 pages of free. Two things the author may want to fix:

    1. Dump the chapter on the Chinese horoscope on "hares and boars." It is unworthy of your writing.

    2. List all of your sources. Specific books that you have read and write out the websites you refer to using the standard http--sort of thing.

    I would like to see your ideas expanded with anecdotes and examples. This could be a full-length book of 50,000 or more words. Your use of pictures was good but cite the sources even if they came from free to use no royalties involved websites.

    Write longer. Write harder. Write with more details. You have stories to tell and we need to know them.

    Best wishes!

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