Flipnosis: The Art of Split-Second Persuasion by Kevin Dutton
By Kevin Dutton
'What if I have been to inform you psychopathic arsonist may additionally be the individual probably to save lots of you from a burning building'? This booklet is ready a unique type of persuasion: 'flipnosis'. It has an incubation interval of simply seconds, and will immediately disarm even the main discerning brain. Flipnosis is black-belt brain regulate. It doesn't simply flip the tables, it kicks them over. From the malign yet attention-grabbing powers of psychopaths, serial killers and con males to the political genius of Winston Churchill - through the grandmasters of martial arts, Buddhist clergymen, magicians, advertisers, salesmen, CEOs and frogs that mug one another - Kevin Dutton's brilliantly unique and revelatory publication explores what state of the art technology can train us concerning the suggestions of persuasion.
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