The Twenty-One Principles of a Lie

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Identifying the tactics and strategies of a liar are critical for an individual's personal security.

Everyone has dealt with a toxic relationshipâ€"that interaction with a person who is capable of destroying even the most stolid of psyches. It is important to deal with liars methodically and head on. In his book Twenty-one Principals of a Lie, Rodney Lee Smith takes you through all the steps of handling liars and how to avoid making them part ...

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Overview

Identifying the tactics and strategies of a liar are critical for an individual's personal security.

Everyone has dealt with a toxic relationshipâ€"that interaction with a person who is capable of destroying even the most stolid of psyches. It is important to deal with liars methodically and head on. In his book Twenty-one Principals of a Lie, Rodney Lee Smith takes you through all the steps of handling liars and how to avoid making them part of your life in the future.

Smith shows us that although it can be difficult, it is imperative to eliminate all contact with liars. This can have a positive effect, not only in personal relationships, but at work, at church, and with family and friends. Learn how to derail and prevent liars from having a negative effect on your life, and start having productive and honest interactions.

After reading this book, you will be able to do the following:

A. Identify why the perception of privilege attracts the attention of serious liars.

B. Identify the characteristics of the Art of Conversation and Communication.

C. Identify the characteristics a lie must have.

D. Identify the five major types of lies.

E. Identify the strategic stages and strategies of the lie process.

F. Identify who the players are or were and the special interest involved.

G. Identify the lies end state goals and how it was created to negatively affect you as an individual person, group, or nation.

H. Why being placed in a hard place may not be a bad location if you identify what your rock is and approach it right.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615669790
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
  • Publication date: 5/18/2010
  • Pages: 194
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.41 (d)

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