By Gregory Hartley
Hone your specialist method of a razor's facet utilizing classes from army and civilian intelligence
The most deadly enterprise ebook you will Ever Read brings services from army and civilian intelligence operations into what you are promoting existence. It lays out hard-hitting interpersonal abilities to elevate your point effectiveness and vanquish your competition.
The most deadly enterprise e-book you will Ever Read gains former military interrogator Gregory Hartley's distinctive procedure of profiling, formulation for persuasion, and framework for setting up services quick. Gregory makes his approach concrete with case reports, tables, diagrams, and more.
- Question like a Polygrapher
- Sort Personalities like a Profiler
- Close a Deal like a Hostage Negotiator
- Interview like an Interrogator
- Network like a Spy
- Research like an Intelligence Analyst
- Decide like a SEAL
- Team-Build like designated Ops
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