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Publisher's Summary

Effortlessly read and influence your boss's and customers' true thoughts and intentions!

Announcing the fastest path to unprecedented business growth.

For 25 years, Joe Navarro interrogated career criminals, terrorists, and witnesses for the FBI. As a former agent in counterintelligence working with the most deceptive and untrustworthy people on earth, getting to the truth was a matter of life or death.

What worked best for him was using body language and nonverbal cues to magically influence his clients. By wielding this awesome power, Joe was able to extract the exact information he needed to get to the truth and keep America safe.

And if it's potent enough for the FBI, it's more than powerful enough to enable you to command a presence in your own business. To influence colleagues, customers, and vendors. And to achieve the tangible results you want to ensure profitability and long-term growth.

Introducing Joe Navarro's newest program: Your Hidden Power: Using Nonverbal Intelligence to Propel Your Business or Career to Excellence.

Throughout four CDs and a DVD featuring an eye-opening Question and Answer session, Joe personally teaches you how to master nonverbal intelligence, the ability to interpret and use nonverbal signals - in poker terms, "tells" - in business to assess and influence others.

©2011 Joe Navarro (P)2011 Nightingale Conant

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  • Tracy
  • 17-02-15

Mandatory reading for life and work.

I'm a big fan of Joe Navarro. I've read several of them. I work in the prison industry. This is a must read for all of us. Wish I could go to his seminars.

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  • daniel
  • 16-10-20

important information badly disorganized

Waste of money. The Author has important ideas. but so disorganized it's unusable. it's as if he wrote a book put it through a shredder machine, taped it back together and read what came out.

Stream of consciousness approach does not work at all.

e.g.- he keeps alluding to 4 core principals but fails to provide 4 principals. would be hilarious if it wasn't an expensive book.

It would have been so easy to organize the concepts so they follow some logical progression, which makes me wonder if it was done intentionally to seem "modern" but the result is awful. ironic that he spends so much time talking about awareness. he could use his own advice here.

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  • Martina
  • 21-04-19

Simple

It’s a basic 3 stars. Some good points but overall basic and not overly thought provoking

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  • Daniel Ríos
  • 16-03-19

Not worthy.

Not worthy. Too much bla bla and no real content. Informativo that you can put in fice minutes takes almost one hour in this book. Like he is trying to get more minutes without great value. Sorry, I really like JN but not this book.

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  • L. B.
  • 11-01-19

It's OK

I could have done without the cheesy music interludes between sections and the shameless advertising by the publisher in the middle and end of the book but it's good information contained within it

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  • Patrice
  • 04-02-18

Navarro is great as usual, lose advertising by publisher

Navarro is 5 stars personally but the publisher is really annoying interruptions and make me want to turn book off. They are self serving and add zero value. you are force to ‘get past’ them to get back to Navarro!!!

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  • vince
  • 10-07-17

all fluff no actual content.

Joe talks about social connect room and body language but does not give any information on how to read this body language. no actual information.

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  • Ken
  • 03-02-17

Great Book

You can not go wrong with any of Joe's books, a lot to be learned

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  • NY Hammer
  • 18-01-17

great bonding & rapport book

This is a must read for salespeople. Well done. International business this is great primer.

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  • G. Tobin
  • 12-12-16

Disappointing

Definitely not his best. Very little tangible information. His other books are excellent. Trying to stretch out his knowledge is showing on this book.

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  • D. Knight
  • 01-07-15

Fantastic

Simple, precise and Powerful it will teach you to ethically persuade also greater levels of tolerance and harmony in the world.

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  • Tony
  • 17-06-15

Aimed at beginners


Aimed at people that are new to concepts of nonverbal intelligence and this should have been stated in the description. Suggest Joe's other work.