The Manipulation Bible: The Dark Side of Communication, ISBN-13: 978-1955655309


The Manipulation Bible: The Dark Side of Communication, ISBN-13: 978-1955655309

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  • Publisher: ‎ Remote Publishing (February 19, 2022)
  • Language: ‎ English
  • ISBN-10: ‎ 1955655308
  • ISBN-13: ‎ 978-1955655309

Unlock the secrets of dark psychology and manipulation with this bestselling book from expert communication coach, Wladislaw Jachtchenko.

In today’s cut-throat world, it’s not enough to just be nice. To truly succeed, you need to put yourself first and learn how to get your own way. But how do you do that without coming across as arrogant or insincere?

This essential psychology book delves into the world of manipulation and dark psychology, teaching you the techniques and strategies you need to know in order to run circles around your acquaintances, family members, and colleagues. From understanding the psychology of human behavior to mastering the art of persuasion, this book is a must-read for anyone looking to improve their communication skills and gain an edge in any situation.

With a focus on real-world examples and step-by-step instructions, this psychology textbook is a comprehensive guide to the art of manipulation. Learn how to use bogus arguments, devious body language techniques, and twisted truths to gain the upper hand in every conversation.

Don’t be a sucker. Arm yourself with the knowledge and skills you need to succeed in today’s world with this bestselling manipulation and dark psychology book.

For far too long, the good guys have been getting kicked around and outsmarted by people who aren’t afraid to bend the rules. Enough is enough! I’ll teach you how to take the gloves off, do away with good manners and finally start getting the results that you’ve been denied. How will we do it?

First – you need to know the most essential skills of manipulation.

The 10 Most Essential Skills for Everyday Manipulation

1. Confidence – Look like you have it, even if you don’t

2. Appearance – Let your looks do the talking

3. Building Rapport – Create a connection you can use to your advantage

4. The perfect lie – Tell the truth, or don’t! Nobody will ever know.

5. Forcing People into Agreement– Get people on your side – fast!

6. Steering the Conversation with Questions – Do you know how? Well, do you?

7. Overwhelming People with Emotions – Control the emotions, control the man!

8. Disarming the Mind – Attack their subject and make it hard for them to defend their position

9. Leaving Them Speechless – Attack a personality and they won’t know what hit them!

10. Shutting Down Disagreeable Conversations – If it’s not going your way, it’s not going at all!

Table of Contents:

Foreword: Being Nice is So Yesterday
Introduction: You Manipulate People Daily
The Top 10 Skills for Everyday Manipulation
1. Seeming Confident When You Haven’t Got a Clue
2. Dazzling People with Your Appearance
3. Building a Quick Rapport
4. Telling the Perfect Lie
5. Forcing People into Agreement
6. Steering the Conversation with Questions
7. Overwhelming People with Emotions
8. Attacking the Content – and Disarming the Mind
9. Attacking the Person – and Leaving Them Speechless
10. Shutting Down Disagreeable Conversations
The Three Boxes of Dirty Communication Tricks
I. First Box of Tricks: Cognitive Biases
1. Superiority Bias
2. Confirmation Bias
3. Attentional Bias
4. Cognitive Dissonance
5. The Priming Effect
6. The Anchoring Effect
7. Social Proof
8. Optimism Bias and Wishful Thinking
9. Processing Fluency
10. The Halo Effect
11. Authority Bias
12. The Sunk Cost Fallacy
13. The Reciprocity Trap
14. The Scarcity Trap
II. Second Box of Tricks: Verbal Tricks
1. Technical Terms and Foreign Words
2. Weak Language and Power Talking
3. Framing
4. Metaphors
5. Loaded Language
6. The Word “Because”
7. The Voice and Its Nuances
8. Quotations
9. The Passive
10. Ten Little Verbal Tricks
III. Third Box of Tricks: Bogus Arguments
1. The Irrelevance Technique
2. The Appeal to Tradition
3. The Personal Attack
4. The Circular Argument
5. The Slippery Slope
6. The Appeal to Common Sense
7. The Appeal to Emotion
8. The Endless Repetition
9. The Faulty Generalization
10. The Cum Hoc Fallacy
11. The Post Hoc Fallacy
12. The Argument from Utility
13. The Argument from Fallacy
The (Im-)Morality of Manipulation
What is Morality?
The Moral Stages of Manipulation
Conclusion: Manipulate Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere

Wladislaw Jachtchenko studied political science, law, history and literature in Germany and at prestigious schools in the USA. He had a promising legal career, even working at the United Nations in New York, before following his passion to begin work as a communication coach and public speaker in 2007. He is the founder of the Argumentorik Academy in Germany, where he leads training courses in interpersonal communication and business negotiation. He has won multiple awards for his work and has enjoyed considerable success at international debating tournaments, ranking among the Top 10 Speakers in Europe. With his online courses alone he regularly reaches and teaches an audience of over 200,000 learners across the globe.

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