Praise for The Psychology of Persuasion
"Practical, sensible, workable, and totally accessible to the non-specialist general reader."
--The Midwest Book Review
"This work is sheer genius! . . . If I were the only one who knew these secrets, I'd rule the earth."
--Joe ("Mr. Fire") Vitale, author of The Seven Lost Secrets of Success and The AMA Complete Guide to Small Business Advertising
"Kevin Hogan . . . teaches you to help you turn wary prospects into willing--and satisfied--customers."
Positive and confident communicators are not born--they are made, using the techniques and strategies outlined in this book to become successful in everything from business to intimate relationships. In Talk Your Way to the Top, Kevin Hogan teaches you effective methods of communicating on all levels, including verbal and non-verbal.
So, whether your goal is to strengthen your relationship with your mate, get a promotion, or increase your sales, by following Hogan's communication secrets, you can change your life--forever.
Kevin Hogan, Ph.D., D.C.H., teaches "The Psychology of Persuasion" for the University of St. Thomas Management Center in Minneapolis, and has taught his unique skills of persuasion to employees of many of America's Fortune 500 companies. His specialized knowledge of hypnosis and neurolinguistics has brought him acclaim as one of America's leading experts in the field of human influence. He also is the author of The Psychology of Persuasion: How to Persuade Others to Your Way of Thinking.
"Can't talk? People don't seem to listen? Get this book! It contains a gold mine of ideas on how to live a rich and fulfilling life by simply knowing how to speak with charisma and charm. A real eye-opener! Kevin takes you on a whirlwind tour of how to really talk, so people listen--and not just listen, but hang on your every word with hypnotic fascination! Whew!"
--Joe ("Mr. Fire") Vitale, author, There's a Customer Born Every Minute
"Kevin Hogan takes on the impossible task of showing you how to be a master communicator in virtually all aspects of life . . . and succeeds! Kevin is a human hurricane of information."
--Richard Brodie, inventor of Microsoft Word and author of Virus of the Mind: The New Science of the Meme
Drawing on more than two decades of experience, Kevin Hogan reveals the secrets of truly outstanding communicators. Here, he shows how you, too, can utilize these secrets to achieve success in your career, in your closest relationships, and most importantly, in your relationship with yourself.
By blending the latest research in spirit and science, Hogan has created a step-by-step guide to dramatically increase the quality of your life.
You will learn how to
- Overcome the eight tragic communication mistakes that most people make every day
- Unleash your charisma
- Make others right . . . even when they are wrong
- Build rapport with virtually anyone
- Read the body language of others like a book
- Be at ease in any situation
- Go straight to the top in love and business
By simply following the instructions Kevin Hogan prescribes, you, too, can Talk Your Way to the Top.
Communication, hypnosis, and body language expert Kevin Hogan has frequently interpreted the demeanor of President Clinton, Hillary Clinton, and Monica Lewinsky for the New York Post. A dynamic speaker and corporate trainer, he counts among his seven books Pelican's The Psychology of Persuasion: How to Persuade Others to Your Way of Thinking. Both The Psychology of Persuasion and Talk Your Way to the Top are also available on audiocassette.
The best way to overcome the fear of public speaking or any communication shortcomings is by puting yourself out there and simply doing it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by shane
Another great book by Dr. Kevin Hogan that helped with my public speaking. On page 89 he talks about personal disclosure to become authentic. Read morePublished 6 months ago by K. Owens
A bizarre mismash of a lot of pop culture elements with a dash of Jungian and superficial Meyers-Briggs thrown in. Read morePublished on October 4, 2010 by Victor R. Volkman
I have read several other books on many of the issues discussed in this book. I have to say that this book talks on very important issues very briefly, using too many unclear... Read morePublished on February 19, 2010 by Superhero
With the topic of effective communication, not only did the author have to discuss it, but also exemplify it, which he did very well. Read morePublished on November 11, 2009 by X. Nguyen
I give this product 4 stars because of the big time Mr. Hogan devotes to selling his techniques and information. Read morePublished on February 14, 2009 by R. Morel
This book was very informative and do have life changing advice which i can see a change in my attitude and thinking already. Read morePublished on July 24, 2007 by Takishma Evans
This book really helps me communicate better. I've never read most of the ideas in this book, and I read a lot!
Kevin is a great teacher and that includes his books. Read more
This book probably should have been titled, The Psychology of Persuasion Volume Two. It really is quite good. Read morePublished on July 3, 2003 by Mandy Olson