How to Analyze People on Sight + FREE Audiobook Included - Elsie Lincoln Benedict & Ralph Paine Benedict

How to Analyze People on Sight + FREE Audiobook Included

von Elsie Lincoln Benedict & Ralph Paine Benedict

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 2013-05-05
  • Genre: Education

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This book gives new meaning to 'people watching'. See how your first impressions of people are analyzed. You will learn more about others and quite likely something about yourself as well. How to Analyze People on Sight differs from every other system of character analysis in that it classifies man, at the time it was written for the first time, into five types.

It deals with the character of men and estimates each individual according to his "human" qualities rather than his "character" or so-called "moral" qualities. The book is based on the scientific premise that it is easy to know what an individual will do under most circumstances because every human being does what he wants to do in the way he prefers to do it most of the time.