So that the story could be funnier or cooler or concise and suit his audience better After that I kind of stopped having belief in the details of *his anecdotes I am someone who agrees with him and wants him to tell me what *anecdotes I am someone who agrees with him and wants him to tell me what thinks without lying to me like I m not a bored consumer who needs simplified reasons presented in cheesy jingles But anyway for the cause I guess He knows about that than I doI have further opinions on his actual opinions but really his are interesting to read about Imperfect but admirable and most importantly constructive I m grateful for them A great book for anyone who cares about animals It was informative and motivational I d honestly never read anything like it before Some of the ideas discussed here are probably wrong Most are
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Peter Daniel Young ↠ 5 SummaryNg read books on psychology and manipulation and he talks about practicing *their teachings He also gives a lot of anecdotes in this book *teachings He also gives a lot of anecdotes in this book s almost all anecdotes The same ones repeated a lot which I didn t mind because they were often spun in that many different ways And then there was one small section at about the 34 mark which he describes is a transcript of a 5 minute talk he gave in which the point was to very uickly and humorously tell persuasive anecdotes The same
we had just read the previous couple chapters but this time very obviously styled and repurposed for a different audience In order to achieve this different style basically one of sounding hip he actually changed the details of his anecdotes People used different words treated him differently in his stories now just. Is very good and the main topic to read with book detail. .Ones We Had Just Read