By looking deeper at your surroundings you can learn much more about people than you ever thought.
It pays to be a good Snoop.
People leave clues about themselves, their hopes and fears, everywhere you look. You just have to know how and where to look.
For that reason I’m highly recommending the book Snoop: What Your Stuff Says About You.
As children we learn about people first by watching them and trying to manipulate them to fulfill our needs the best we can, usually by crying. With experience we learn more subtle ways to influence others and get what we want.
As we grow we learn that some people can be more easily influenced by relying on one behavior over a another. This begins the training program we all enter. The outcome of this training will be that we can better control the people in our lives and learn to thrive.
A major goal for anyone in life is to gain more influence over our would. Sadly we haven’t ever been given a complete instruction manual on how to do that.
The book Snoop: What Your Stuff Says About offers great ideas on how to uncover peoples hopes, dreams and deepest motivations by simply examining the environment they have built for themselves.
- Someone’s car, desk or bathroom you can help you learn volumes about them.
- The things people collect you can determine what they are trying to tell the world about themselves.
- You can also determine what articles people use to remind them of their hopes, dreams, goals and values.
- See peoples vulnerabilities everywhere they go.
- You can visibly see the mental clutter people use to avoid uncomfortable decisions.
Snoop: What Your Stuff Says About wonderfully combines a child’s curiosity with the rigor of a seasoned anthropologist. Snoop shows you what to look for to uncover the secret lives hidden by the people around us.
aka Dantalion Jones
About The Author
David Barron owns New Hampshire Hypnosis and is a veteran hypnotist with over 20 years of experience. He regularly teaches hypnosis and has published multiple books about mind control under the pen name Dantalion Jones. Click here to read his amazon authors page.