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Self-Help
Author: Murray Oxman
ISBN: 1402206933
Subcategory: Relationships
Pages 96 pages
Publisher Sourcebooks, Inc. (May 1, 2006)
Language English
Category: Self-Help
Rating: 4.7
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by Murray Oxman


This book was not what I thought it would be. That was a pleasant surprise

He has been featured on radio and TV shows and in newspapers throughout the country. He's published in the prestigious American Journal of Psychology and has led thousands of classes and seminars. This book was not what I thought it would be. That was a pleasant surprise. I bought the book thinking it would be a self-help book about reading other people and characterizing them. is a thought-provoking book.

Start by marking How to Read People Like a Book: 50. .In discovering how others attempt to manipulate others, we discover how we try to manipulate others, often unconsciously to protect our own hidden needs and fears

Start by marking How to Read People Like a Book: 50 Uncommon Tips You Need to Know as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In discovering how others attempt to manipulate others, we discover how we try to manipulate others, often unconsciously to protect our own hidden needs and fears. In the end, this little book provides a few tools to help dig through the many layers of tarnish the false self builds up so that we may risk being our true self.

I have read the book ‘How to read people like a book: 50.Therefore, observing people helps us to know what they are for that moment only

I have read the book ‘How to read people like a book: 50 uncommon tips you need to know’ written by Murray Oxman. I did not like this book. This book is a short book and so, it can be read fast. I disagree with the author on many points. I could not find anything helpful in this book. Therefore, observing people helps us to know what they are for that moment only. It does not help us to label a person as good or bad, jovial or unpleasant et. rom this book, I also got the idea that all people are selfish and are after something when they speak pleasantly to me. However, this is a wrong idea. All people are not selfish.

Murray Oxman puts more in twenty pages than most authors put in One hundred . Yes that's point 29. Humans are social creatures and we need to explore each other - not 2nd guess and discount everything people do in life.

Murray Oxman puts more in twenty pages than most authors put in One hundred, L. M. Hunt. 4 people found this helpful. Sometimes people do get sick, sometimes they do give - this says take it and ignore the thank you. You will quickly find you will have no one to "read like a book" around you if you follow this. This book is a waste of time. It offers nothing in deciphering interactions to MAKE IT GO YOUR WAY.

Book Binding:Hardback. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard. Read full description. How to Read People Like a Book: 50 Uncommon Tips You Need to Know by Murray Oxman (Hardback, 2006). Pre-owned: lowest price.

How to Read People Like a Book: 50 Uncommon Tips You Need to Know (Hardcover) by Murray Oxman. He has been featured on radio and TV shows and in newspapers throughout the country.

The ability to read people properly will significantly affect your social . Before you attempt to read people, you must first practice having an open mind.

The ability to read people properly will significantly affect your social, personal, and work life. When you understand how another person is feeling, you can then adapt your message and communication style to make sure it is received in the best way possible. This may sound cliche, but you don’t need any special powers to know how to read people. So, here are 17 tips for reading people like a pro: 1. Be objective and open-minded. Do not let your emotions and past experiences influence your impressions and opinions. If you judge people easily, it will cause you to misread people.

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You have probably wondered how things would be if you could read other people's . When people like someone and want to make contact with them, they usually lean forward

You have probably wondered how things would be if you could read other people's minds. When people like someone and want to make contact with them, they usually lean forward. In this position, the legs can be motionless, but the body moves forward intuitively.

Bill Gates reads 50 books per year . In 2015, Mark Zuckerberg read a new book every two weeks. In light of that, I don’t have time ceases to be a viable excuse. It’s a matter of priority. But that doesn’t mean you need to be reading during every spare second you have. Reading 50+ books per year sounds like a daunting challenge, but it doesn’t need to be. It’s a matter of prioritizing reading over other things. All you have to do is make time to read for around one hour per day.

Who would have thought that someday we'd be coining a new axiom? Remember this old one? Never judge a book by its cover. Here's a new one for you: Never judge a book by its size.It's only natural to wonder if a book this small could really offer that much in content and substance. Please allay your concerns: Murray Oxman has a writing style that somehow puts more help in a few pages than you would believe possible. And perhaps you're asking: "Just what makes this book special; worth my hard-earned money?"Well, here's your answer: It's all about revealing insights into human nature. If you're at all interested in what makes people tick, you'll love this very special small book. It's a great read.Enjoy!
Ielonere
I have been an avid reader of this type of book for over twenty years. What I have found is that the books that have given me the most help are the ones most disliked by others, because they strike to close to home.
This book is a perfect example of what I'm talking about, a lot of people have strong negative reactions to it. I must admit at first I let the nay sayers influence me,
but i bought this special book and read it several times and each time I was more surprised than the last!
Anyone who has an opportunity to read it and doesn't is deneying themselves a great resource. Read it several times-- you'll be glad you did. Some carp about its size -- which is why I love it so much. It's short and to the point and loaded with powerful help. Murray Oxman puts more in twenty pages than most authors put in One hundred,

L. M. Hunt
Lanionge
I have an open mind when it comes to things so I gave this a try and was hopeful but disappointed. But it makes sense. You can't explain our complex behavior in 17 pages with statements that give skepticism to every human behavior the author brings up.

Example: Thank you - the author says beware of people that say thank you because they really want you to do it again. Of course dummy. I could probably put the entire pamphlet in this space but spare your time. This book makes you look at life in a defensive, paranoid lens and to trust no one. Yes that's point 29. Humans are social creatures and we need to explore each other - not 2nd guess and discount everything people do in life. Sometimes people do get sick, sometimes they do give - this says take it and ignore the thank you. You will quickly find you will have no one to "read like a book" around you if you follow this.

This book is a waste of time. I find more insight in a fortune cookie. It offers nothing in deciphering interactions to MAKE IT GO YOUR WAY. That's what we are all looking for right?

If you follow this book - which of course you shouldn't because he leaves an out in the end "don't blame me I'm just sayin," you will end up alone and with no social interaction - no community with which to belong, except an insane asylum.

Try "Get Anyone to Do Anything: Never Feel Powerless Again--With Psychological Secrets to Control and Influence Every Situation" by David J. Leiberman PhD. The title is a little goofy but it's a good quick read and it WAS a New York Times Best Seller.
Dozilkree
The book was a little disappointing and I guess you get what you pay for. I would use this buyer again because, I couldn't believe how fast the service was! Awesome!
Waiso
I read the book few times before I bought it in my kindle really help full don't get paranoid but just observe
funike
This book has nothing to do with "how." It is just a bunch of random thoughts on the way the author thinks people are. It is very brief but cynical and the author seems to think all people are after something or out to be self-serving.

I have a collection of over 500 books and this is the first book I have ever wanted to throw in the garbage. It did not make me feel anything. Not happy not sad, it was just blaaa.
Erennge
the booklet arrived in a timely manner and in good shape - it is a good short read and even though i didnt learn any new facts, it did help me open my mind to think things in a little different way. especially about time just being something we all agreed on - what time is it really anyway teeeeheeee ;>) i really enjoyed it thanks
Perius
I am in complete agreement with the previous "Worthless" review. I wish I had read it before wasting $4.95 on this pamphlet. The book is just 17 pages of observations that any adult of average intelligence will have made by age 18. I defy anyone to find one sentence in there that will be new and not previously learned from everyday life.
This book was not what I thought it would be. That was a pleasant surprise. I bought the book thinking it would be a self-help book about reading other people and characterizing them. It turns out, the book is more about self-evaluation - what you project outwards and what you allow in.

"How to Read People..." is a thought-provoking book. It is short. Many of its chapters are short. The ideas presented are short. None of the means it is it is not meaningful or helpful, however.

This is the type of book that can be read over and over. In fact, in the beginning of the book, it advises the reader to do so. Each reading will produce another revelation depending on the frame of mind the reader has at the time of the reading.

The ideas and philosophy professed in the book are almost Eastern mysticism. The book teaches "wholeness" with the Universe and obeying the practice of being oneself by following one's true feelings.

The book is very portable. It is a small hardcover. It can easily fit into a jacket pocket or purse.