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    EBOOK / PDF [Win Bigly] Scott Adams Ê 5 Read Free download Win Bigly I suggest coming into this reading with an unemotional mindset; simply sit back and learn about the rules of persuasion and how they align with evolutionary programming It is an easy yet thought provoking read which shares insight on human perspective and how it is easily skewered All of this seasoned with bits of dry wit

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    EBOOK / PDF [Win Bigly] I didn't know anything about this book other than that I had seen it in Lorin's feed it had Dogbert in a Trump rug on the cover and it had a funny title If I'd known about the book or its loathsome author I'd never have read it Now that I have however I've learned some things1 Scott Adams is a trained hypnotist trained pe

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    Free download Win Bigly Scott Adams Ê 5 Read EBOOK / PDF [Win Bigly] This book is for marketing and advertising types and anyone who didn't get enough of the 2016 electionScott Adams writes a fun book about hypnosis persuasion and branding imparting knowledge along the way about talent stacks and of course his experience as a public prognosticator in the 2016 election From joint smoking alternate realities t

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    Free download Win Bigly EBOOK / PDF [Win Bigly] Scott Adams Ê 5 Read Must Read How to Win Campaigns Lose Friends and Change AmericaScott Adams best known as the Dilbert guy became the one pundit who got nearly everything right in 2015 16 17 when he saw the Master Persuader forever change the rules of politics and media influence in August 2015 Megan Kelly dropped a barrage of political nuclear bombs on Donald Trump with a uestion guaranteed to destroy his political career when Trump inter

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Free read ´ Win Bigly é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Free download Win Bigly From the creator of Dilbert an unflinching look at the strategies Donald Trump used to persuade voters to elect the most unconventional candidate in the history of the presidency and how anyone can learn his methods for succeeding against long odds Scott Adams a trained hypnotist and a lifelong student of persuasion was one of the earliest public figures to predict Trump's win doing so a week after Nate Silver put Trump's odds at 2 percent in his FiveThirtyEightcom blog The mainstream media regarded Trump as a novelty and a sideshow But Adams recognized in Trump a level of persuasion you only see once in a generationTrump triggered massiv. I chose this book because I thought the title humorous and the subtitle true I had no idea that Scott Adams was anything other than a sometimes funny cartoonist I had no idea that he let himself be persuaded I had no idea he was irrational until I read this Of course as a trained hypnotist he wants the reader to believe that he has insights no one else had and that he might have even influenced an election Interesting given that he s irrelevant I still can t fathom his chutzpah in that claim oh he deprecates but not really I finished this last week and I just need to be done with this There are too many problems here to enumerate Form a hypothesisthesisfind the evidence to support near Dunning Kruger Effect Fundamental Attribution Fallacy Identity Fallacy you d understand if you knew what I know snark Argumentum ad Baculum he uses a narrative that intimates discussion but is really one sided endorsement of the Pars pro Toto Fallacy a little Post Hoc Fallacy Third Person Effect touch of Hindsight Bias touch of Egocentric Bias not inconsiderable Bias blind spot and the big one Fundamental Attribution Error Among others He says near the end of his book that I had become hard to ignore I was pretty aware of a lot of the subject things in 2016 and I ignored in ignorance to be sure but the only analystpundit claiming Adams had any influence is Adams Adams presents an interesting fantasy that T is a Master Persuader because of his persuasion skills Adams assessmentwhich should be obvious Adams then tries to persuade the reader he is right What he did was determine a conclusion and then go find the evidence to support it no matter how tenuous or stretched One thing Adams certainly excels athe can sure laud himself He s got skills He can see things no one else can Did I mention he s a trained hypnotist He did Adams drops that he is a trained hypnotist nine times hypnotist another 40 and hypnosis six times He can see things others don t His skills insulate him allowing him to see the powers of the Great Persuader He s the smartest person in the room He s so smart that he self deprecates right after a self trumpet to try to fool the reader into thinking he s not smart That he s just an ordinary everyday trained hypnotist He thinks he s some kind of Jedi waving his words around Well I m a critical thinkerAdams mind tricks don t work on me Apologies to Watto And neither does hypnotism Adams says an experienced hypnotist can hypnotize anyone so long as the subject is willing No Science disagrees data support that and besides any superior mind can reject the attempts there are physical brain structures that inhibit hypnotism Odd that someone touting his field doesn t know that I know for a fact that I cannot be hypnotized likely due to my brain structure which is just a statement not a boastAdams says I saw a skilled persuader who knew what mattered and what didn t I say that knew is the wrong word decided is betterit connotes his choice irrespective of what really matters But then the only thing that matters to us are the things that matter to uswhich we chose Adams says that T is the best persuader I have ever seen There s his conclusion Despite a few hundred pages and I have no idea how many blog posts Adams simply doesn t not understand persuasion BTW irrespective of whether or not T is a persuader I d submit that Bill Clinton is truly one and far better LBJjeez even ReaganHe would have you believe that a populace has been persuaded by the Master Persuader Well he clearly can t see that he along with a saddening large lower denominator is highly susceptible to a particular form of bombastic behavior that is not persuasion at all rather simply bullying It s not even good with respect to negotiation but Adams has fallen in lust and blinded himself into rationalizing an unfathomable turn in voting lunacy There s a certain religion which has as it sacred text a mishmash of stories millennia old and a curated selection of other stories that were chosen to align specifically with A particular theological view It is internally inconsistent and also inconsistent with the natural world on many levels On top of all that it is vague in so many areas As such those areas are open to wild interpretations wildly different For the last 2000 years there has been a cottage industry of people writing to make excuses for these inconsistencies and interpretation differences Apologetics Adams is book is sometimes spot on with certain content but so very off in other areas and it comes off clearly as an apologetic to meAdams says As far as I can tell T is far smarter than the average citizen That sadly may actually be true And that says volumes about how low our average has dropped Chris Voss former FBI and current private negotiator and author of the excellent book Never Split the Difference has a ton of data and experience that you shouldn t be the first to offer numbers yet the trained hypnotist says you should always be first You decideOn mass delusions Adams definition is too bizarre to repeat He clearly doesn t understand them as well as he claims He continually makes liberal use of snark which will likely pass right over the heads of his fans He likes to say that in the 2D world things are one way but in the 3D world of his creation reality sets in and the truth is free He says President Obama was a Master Persuader or was advised by one never a suggestion that T was being advised He tries his own shots at persuasion when he says things like Your illusion of being a rational person is supported by the fact that sometimes you do act rationally disparaging his detractors which unfortunately too many of his or T s fans will buy hook line and sinker Throughout this book he gives far too much credit to T not for winning but for actually thinking I kid you not things through Take the wall theme for example make an outrageous statement prime the opponents to settle on closer to his position than theirs Adams correctly identifies that as highlow balling But he then makes the ludicrous statement Consider how much discipline it took for him to avoid continually clarifying that his wall was really a patchwork of solutions that depend on the terrain In order to pull off this type of weapon grade persuasion he had to be willing to endure brutal criticism about how dumb he was to think he could secure the border with a solid wall Ummm discipline has Adams not seen the complete lack of discipline on T s part in every other aspect of his lifeAdams uses that trained hypnotist shield to suggest that he is not susceptible to the persuasion he says everyone else is Or maybe he does acknowledge that he is susceptible To his trained hypnotist mind he can see things others don t Well to my skeptical mind I think he doesn t T is not a persuader He may or may not be a good negotiator There are many ways to negotiate and one that works for many people is bombastic bullying I think he s very good at that But anyone with a healthy skeptical mind and the critical thinking skills to a company that skepticism sees through the charlatan easily Adams doesn t He can be a supporter all he wants Such is his prerogative But he also needs to see that he s wrongThe fanboy crush is so bad that Adams litters his book with excuses for his demigod Example with respect to McCain and the offensive POW comment Adams says I think some people didn t even realize it as a joke He was crowing about T s masterful disarming Joke It wasn t and Adams embarrasses himself for saying soAnother excuse But T s critics characterized him as being disrespectful to women Clearly blind here The preponderance of evidence indicating just that is intuitively obvious to the most casual observer when looking at the mouth and bleats of T The excuses masuerading as support for Adams thesis get really tiringAdams is an admitted atheist I wonder if he s heard of Duane Gish Gish debates on the side of creation science and never deviates from his pattern he throws out so much crap that his usual opponents can t beat everything and lose time and position trying Michael Shermer studied Gish before his debate and Gish has never been able to answer a critical uestion about any of his points T vomits a continuous stream of crap that no one can tackle or should even bother trying But Adams doesn t see that He thinks T is deliberate in his content In virtually every unscripted talkinterviewpresser T betrays that he has little clue about whatever he saysThere is slick writing here a sign of intelligence contradicting himself often hedging a bet Example says as a trainedimplied here hypnotist he recognizes tells his training allowed him to see a pattern of uestionable health tells yet when he blogged about it he said to my untrained eyes and ears My italics See SlickThere is one glaring omission in this book Never does Adams talk about character he only uses the word in the actorplayer context A sin of omission in his world it seems to mean nothing By all appearances Adams is intelligent He can be funny and intelligence is a reuirement for humor He s educated He claims early and throughout that people are 90% irrational His irrationality allowed him the trained hypnotist with a cache of skills to be persuaded His intelligence betrayed him It is one thing to admire the skills of someoneT is clearly good at bully negotiation good at authoritarian temper good at attacking his sycophants good at bouncing back from numerous bankruptcies that belie his businessman image good at gaming the system good at appealing to the lowest common denominator BUTan intelligent person acknowledges that someone can be good at bad things and intelligently evaluate and determine that regardless of how well someone fits one s personal definition for Best in Show persuader that someone would be a horrendous mistake over someone else who did not fit one s definition Adams went beyond admiration The fanboy crush endorsed the heinous character and that is deplorableHere s the truth T doesn t persuade He appealed to those predisposed to him Those naturally drawn to or conditioned to accept think a predominant religion an authoritarian were primed There was no persuasion necessary T s approach likens to that of a cruel dog owner treat that dog badly instill fear dole out an occasional benevolent pat and the dog feels for a brief moment loved He surrounds himself with scared dogs He cultivates packs of scared dog followersAnd that is Adams flaw That is his fundamental attribution error He gives sole credit to his definition of persuasion Not what really happenedDon t misunderstand me Adams makes a lot of really good points in this book Points that are applicable across many continua of critical thinking Unfortunately he neglects to apply them I admit that we have an excellent point of agreement between us with respect to the Pledge of AllegianceOne by the way in the appendices a citation to the serial liar O Keefe s company Project Veritas really undermined essentially any credibility Adams had Agent Sellar you only see once in a generationTrump triggered massiv. I chose this book because I thought the title humorous and the subtitle true I had no idea that Scott Adams was anything other than a sometimes funny cartoonist I had no idea that he let himself be persuaded I had no idea he was irrational until I read this Of course as a trained hypnotist he wants the reader to believe that he has insights no one else had and that he might have even influenced an election Interesting given that he s irrelevant I still can t fathom his chutzpah in that claim oh he deprecates but not really I finished this last week and I just need to be done with this There are too many problems here to enumerate Form a hypothesisthesisfind the evidence to support near Dunning Kruger Effect Fundamental Attribution Fallacy Identity Fallacy The Improvement of Psycho Analysis you d understand if Brians Destruction you knew what I know snark Argumentum ad Baculum he uses a narrative that intimates discussion but is really one sided endorsement of the Pars pro Toto Fallacy a little Post Hoc Fallacy Third Person Effect touch of Hindsight Bias touch of Egocentric Bias not inconsiderable Bias blind spot and the big one Fundamental Attribution Error Among others He says near the end of his book that I had become hard to ignore I was pretty aware of a lot of the subject things in 2016 and I ignored in ignorance to be sure but the only analystpundit claiming Adams had any influence is Adams Adams presents an interesting fantasy that T is a Master Persuader because of his persuasion skills Adams assessmentwhich should be obvious Adams then tries to persuade the reader he is right What he did was determine a conclusion and then go find the evidence to support it no matter how tenuous or stretched One thing Adams certainly excels athe can sure laud himself He s got skills He can see things no one else can Did I mention he s a trained hypnotist He did Adams drops that he is a trained hypnotist nine times hypnotist another 40 and hypnosis six times He can see things others don t His skills insulate him allowing him to see the powers of the Great Persuader He s the smartest person in the room He s so smart that he self deprecates right after a self trumpet to try to fool the reader into thinking he s not smart That he s just an ordinary everyday trained hypnotist He thinks he s some kind of Jedi waving his words around Well I m a critical thinkerAdams mind tricks don t work on me Apologies to Watto And neither does hypnotism Adams says an experienced hypnotist can hypnotize anyone so long as the subject is willing No Science disagrees data support that and besides any superior mind can reject the attempts there are physical brain structures that inhibit hypnotism Odd that someone touting his field doesn t know that I know for a fact that I cannot be hypnotized likely due to my brain structure which is just a statement not a boastAdams says I saw a skilled persuader who knew what mattered and what didn t I say that knew is the wrong word decided is betterit connotes his choice irrespective of what really matters But then the only thing that matters to us are the things that matter to uswhich we chose Adams says that T is the best persuader I have ever seen There s his conclusion Despite a few hundred pages and I have no idea how many blog posts Adams simply doesn t not understand persuasion BTW irrespective of whether or not T is a persuader I d submit that Bill Clinton is truly one and far better LBJjeez even ReaganHe would have La conspiration des dieux, IV : L'ultime trahison you believe that a populace has been persuaded by the Master Persuader Well he clearly can t see that he along with a saddening large lower denominator is highly susceptible to a particular form of bombastic behavior that is not persuasion at all rather simply bullying It s not even good with respect to negotiation but Adams has fallen in lust and blinded himself into rationalizing an unfathomable turn in voting lunacy There s a certain religion which has as it sacred text a mishmash of stories millennia old and a curated selection of other stories that were chosen to align specifically with A particular theological view It is internally inconsistent and also inconsistent with the natural world on many levels On top of all that it is vague in so many areas As such those areas are open to wild interpretations wildly different For the last 2000 Red years there has been a cottage industry of people writing to make excuses for these inconsistencies and interpretation differences Apologetics Adams is book is sometimes spot on with certain content but so very off in other areas and it comes off clearly as an apologetic to meAdams says As far as I can tell T is far smarter than the average citizen That sadly may actually be true And that says volumes about how low our average has dropped Chris Voss former FBI and current private negotiator and author of the excellent book Never Split the Difference has a ton of data and experience that El Fideo Mas Largo del Mundo you shouldn t be the first to offer numbers Sing My Name yet the trained hypnotist says Das Haus Komarow you should always be first You decideOn mass delusions Adams definition is too bizarre to repeat He clearly doesn t understand them as well as he claims He continually makes liberal use of snark which will likely pass right over the heads of his fans He likes to say that in the 2D world things are one way but in the 3D world of his creation reality sets in and the truth is free He says President Obama was a Master Persuader or was advised by one never a suggestion that T was being advised He tries his own shots at persuasion when he says things like Your illusion of being a rational person is supported by the fact that sometimes Gertrude at the Beach you do act rationally disparaging his detractors which unfortunately too many of his or T s fans will buy hook line and sinker Throughout this book he gives far too much credit to T not for winning but for actually thinking I kid This Dark Road Will Lead Us Where We Want to Be you not things through Take the wall theme for example make an outrageous statement prime the opponents to settle on closer to his position than theirs Adams correctly identifies that as highlow balling But he then makes the ludicrous statement Consider how much discipline it took for him to avoid continually clarifying that his wall was really a patchwork of solutions that depend on the terrain In order to pull off this type of weapon grade persuasion he had to be willing to endure brutal criticism about how dumb he was to think he could secure the border with a solid wall Ummm discipline has Adams not seen the complete lack of discipline on T s part in every other aspect of his lifeAdams uses that trained hypnotist shield to suggest that he is not susceptible to the persuasion he says everyone else is Or maybe he does acknowledge that he is susceptible To his trained hypnotist mind he can see things others don t Well to my skeptical mind I think he doesn t T is not a persuader He may or may not be a good negotiator There are many ways to negotiate and one that works for many people is bombastic bullying I think he s very good at that But anyone with a healthy skeptical mind and the critical thinking skills to a company that skepticism sees through the charlatan easily Adams doesn t He can be a supporter all he wants Such is his prerogative But he also needs to see that he s wrongThe fanboy crush is so bad that Adams litters his book with excuses for his demigod Example with respect to McCain and the offensive POW comment Adams says I think some people didn t even realize it as a joke He was crowing about T s masterful disarming Joke It wasn t and Adams embarrasses himself for saying soAnother excuse But T s critics characterized him as being disrespectful to women Clearly blind here The preponderance of evidence indicating just that is intuitively obvious to the most casual observer when looking at the mouth and bleats of T The excuses masuerading as support for Adams thesis get really tiringAdams is an admitted atheist I wonder if he s heard of Duane Gish Gish debates on the side of creation science and never deviates from his pattern he throws out so much crap that his usual opponents can t beat everything and lose time and position trying Michael Shermer studied Gish before his debate and Gish has never been able to answer a critical uestion about any of his points T vomits a continuous stream of crap that no one can tackle or should even bother trying But Adams doesn t see that He thinks T is deliberate in his content In virtually every unscripted talkinterviewpresser T betrays that he has little clue about whatever he saysThere is slick writing here a sign of intelligence contradicting himself often hedging a bet Example says as a trainedimplied here hypnotist he recognizes tells his training allowed him to see a pattern of uestionable health tells Romancing the Countess yet when he blogged about it he said to my untrained eyes and ears My italics See SlickThere is one glaring omission in this book Never does Adams talk about character he only uses the word in the actorplayer context A sin of omission in his world it seems to mean nothing By all appearances Adams is intelligent He can be funny and intelligence is a reuirement for humor He s educated He claims early and throughout that people are 90% irrational His irrationality allowed him the trained hypnotist with a cache of skills to be persuaded His intelligence betrayed him It is one thing to admire the skills of someoneT is clearly good at bully negotiation good at authoritarian temper good at attacking his sycophants good at bouncing back from numerous bankruptcies that belie his businessman image good at gaming the system good at appealing to the lowest common denominator BUTan intelligent person acknowledges that someone can be good at bad things and intelligently evaluate and determine that regardless of how well someone fits one s personal definition for Best in Show persuader that someone would be a horrendous mistake over someone else who did not fit one s definition Adams went beyond admiration The fanboy crush endorsed the heinous character and that is deplorableHere s the truth T doesn t persuade He appealed to those predisposed to him Those naturally drawn to or conditioned to accept think a predominant religion an authoritarian were primed There was no persuasion necessary T s approach likens to that of a cruel dog owner treat that dog badly instill fear dole out an occasional benevolent pat and the dog feels for a brief moment loved He surrounds himself with scared dogs He cultivates packs of scared dog followersAnd that is Adams flaw That is his fundamental attribution error He gives sole credit to his definition of persuasion Not what really happenedDon t misunderstand me Adams makes a lot of really good points in this book Points that are applicable across many continua of critical thinking Unfortunately he neglects to apply them I admit that we have an excellent point of agreement between us with respect to the Pledge of AllegianceOne by the way in the appendices a citation to the serial liar O Keefe s company Project Veritas really undermined essentially any credibility Adams had

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Free read ´ Win Bigly é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Free download Win Bigly Hat's directionally accurate but has a big exaggeration in it Everyone will spend endless hours talking about how wrong it is while accidentally persuading themselves the issue is a high priority Stop wasting time on elaborate presentations Inside you'll learn which components of your messaging matter and where you can wing it Creating linguistic kill shots with persuasion engineering such as Low energy Jeb can be powerful than facts and policiesAdams offers nothing less than access to the admin passwords to human beings This is a must read if you care about persuading others in any field or if you just want to resist persuasion from othe. What a crock of crap I was actually super excited in the intro because he kept promising that he s not a Trump fan but he was just going to talk about his methods of persuasion I was all in for that But then I kept reading and I was confused and then I researched Scott Adams and he s a cheerleader pretending to be an observer and all his arguments fall apart with just a tiny bit of scrutiny So he s such a master persuader that everyone actually hates him He s such a master persuader that those of us who think he s a fraud are the ones with cognitive dissonance Also Scott Adams hates taxes and believes that he didn t get promoted in his previous jobs because he is a white man that s from his other book But anyway he s a super neutral observer

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Free read ´ Win Bigly é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Free download Win Bigly E cognitive dissonance and confirmation bias on both the left and the right We're hardwired to respond to emotion not reason We might listen to 10 percent of a speech a hand gesture here a phrase there and if the right buttons are pushed we irrationally agree with the speaker and invent reasons to justify that decision after the factThe point isn't whether Trump was right or wrong good or bad Win Bigly goes beyond politics to look at persuasion tools that can work in any setting the same ones Adams saw in Steve Jobs when he invested in Apple decades ago For instance If you need to convince people that something is important make a claim t. I didn t know anything about this book other than that I had seen it in Lorin s feed it had Dogbert in a Trump rug on the cover and it had a funny title If I d known about the book or its loathsome author I d never have read it Now that I have however I ve learned some things1 Scott Adams is a trained hypnotist trained persuader and good at describing things in words 73 and his brain has a filter to spot persuasion 130 Objectively speaking his opinions will usually be persuasive than the opinions you see from people with less training 245 He is rich a famous cartoonist and successful Did he influence the results of the election We can t know that but he definitely seems to think so Oh and he s rich famous and successful2 As a trained persuader Adams has little respect for authority or science He believes climate change scientists could easily be wrong 65 and are probably in a mass delusion and that economics is not science but is like astrology 250 Indeed Adams claims that The facts were never important to me I ignored the facts publicly and shamelessly because doing so provided me the best possible outcome strategic ambiguity 203 He s talking about Trump facts but his entire premise is that humans generally are entirely irrational and that there s no single real reality I guess that s why it somehow made sense to him after reading about Clinton s plans to use government force to rob me on my deathbed to formally endorse Trump after endorsing Clinton for my safety but before Gary Johnson in the wake of the Pussygate scandal and before finally settling on Trump after all because I have a hot button that makes me irrational when I see or experience bullying 2323 Adams was generous and patriotic enough not to gloat about Trump winning and by encouraging his followers not to do so either apparently diffused a dangerous situation with a risk of riots violence and a breakdown of our entire system 54 Now Adams is having a fun time watching President Trump flood the news cycle with so many stories and outrages that no one can keep up 145 He repeatedly refers to Trump as entertaining and since all that Trump is Hitlerracistpredatorydictatorialin league with Russia stuff is just made up apparently has no problem with that4 In Adams view Trump has a good sense of humor 92 later defined as a New York sense of humor which means that his joke about preferring war heroes who weren t captured was a playful response and the type of thing he might say to his best friend 171 Trump got tricked into allegedly insulting the Khans the parents of a fallen hero 237 He is actually thick skinned 96 and in case you forgot a Master Persuader5 Adams includes such scintillating persuasion tips as It is easier to persuade a person who believes you are persuasive 116 and If you are trying to get past a negative thought or memory try distracting yourself with positive images and ideas 152 Kids if you want to persuade your parents to do something nice for you first show them a YouTube video of someone being nice to their pets Then change the subject to whatever it is that you want 118 Oh and for good measure Red is the boss of all colors 156I wish there were a zero stars category I loathed it and wish I had that time and mental energy back so that I could assign it to this bookI thought he d wanted to read it I see now he d only entered a giveawayReading Challenge Tags 4 published this year 19 based on a true story 22 scared me 31 bad review by a professional critic 36 author I disagree with politically 41 author I ve never read

  • Hardcover
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  • Win Bigly
  • Scott Adams
  • English
  • 01 October 2020
  • 9780735219717