- Tapa blanda: 386 páginas
- Editor: Real Deal Publishing; Edición: 1 (3 de diciembre de 2014)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 099071800X
- ISBN-13: 978-0990718000
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How To Instantly Size Up Strangers Like Sherlock Holmes (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 3 dic 2014
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Knowing how to read people is essential to success. And no one did it better than Sherlock Holmes! He had the incredible ability to instantly ‘read’ people he met. He could tell where an individual just came from, the person’s trade or character with a single glance. Now his method is available to you! The Sherlock Holmes Method is a systematic and accurate way to evaluate people. It uses simple questions and practical principles to instantly size up strangers. The book is crammed with easy to follow examples that Holmes used to evaluate anyone. You will find simple tips and specific techniques on how to scan people instantly. This book gives you step-by-step instructions so you can improve your ability to size up strangers just like Sherlock Holmes! Learn his methods and then apply them in your everyday life with the strangers you meet! It’s elementary — once you know his methods!
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In order to sort the relevant from the irrelevant, the good from the bad, you would have to write your own book on the subject. in fact i plan to, in a different area, because i wouldn't want to be counter productive, but this book is very similar to the one i would've written, at least the first one.
The author uses examples from the canon for the reader to observe Holmes using particular parts of his method, and then teaching you how to apply it in the real modern day world, and suggests a wealth of practical exercises designed to improve your natural abilities to do the same. these are not brain teasers, or anything like it. there are specific observation training exercises, listening exercises etc. if you've read any of the above books mentioned chances are that this is what you've been looking for, i know, i was.
It's concise, and to the point, and doesn't bite off more than it can chew. and as an added bonus, the author challenges the reader to discover a secret that he has embedded in the book, in true mystery story spirit! the secret, while not a major revelation of any sort, as he says "you already know it", can provide a motivation in the student that could be absent had he/she not endeavored.
If you're a fan of Sherlock Holmes and have ever wanted to buy a book that could help you do what Sherlock does, this is without a doubt, one that get's a very high recommendation.
You might expect the book to tell you the details to look for and then what you can infer about them. But no, it just says to identify things like, age, nationality, eye color, height, weight, what kind of shoes, what kind of clothes, are they worn, are they new? etc... etc...
Details that may fool the average person into thinking they know something about this person, but really you're just cataloging the obvious. This book doesn't tell you anything about what inferences to make, because the reasons for various differences are too vast to list in a book. You really just need two things.
1. Good observation.
2. The deductive imagination. Try to imagine a picture into which the facts will fit. There's parallel lines on the inner part of a person's wrists which are red and slightly indented? You can imagine this person has had their wrists sitting on a keyboard for a while, hence the indent marks...
If you understood what I just said, you have no reason to buy and read this book. Don't waste your money. Look Up Maria Konnikova's "Mastermind- How to think like Sherlock holmes" This is a book you can really benefit from.