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Get The Edge

Geoff Beattie

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Prose: non-fiction, Business studies: general, Self-help & personal development

Leading psychologist Geoff Beattie reveals how to get master simple yet effective techniques to improve your relationship with yourself and with others.

A fascinating guide to getting the edge in all areas of life from leading psychologist Geoff Beattie.

Ever wondered how to win an argument? Or how to spend less money? Do you want to know how to stay happy? Or even how to read someone's mind? Geoff Beattie draws on cutting-edge research to answer all these questions and many more in this fascinating guide to getting what you want. With his impressive insight into what makes us tick, Geoff provides quick tips that will help you shake off your old, bad habits and quickly get into new, positive ones. Geoff's simple advice shows how you can improve your relationship with yourself and with others, sometimes in a matter of seconds.

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Praise for Get The Edge

  • 'GET THE EDGE is packed with useful advice that brilliantly illustrates the power of rapid change.'

  • Richard Wiseman, author, 59 SECONDS - Quote

  • 'GET THE EDGE provides wonderful advice based on the wisdom of a lifetime combined with lessons firmly rooted in psychological research. This book is not only profoundly informative, but also a pleasure to read.'

  • Aaron T. Beck, Professor of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania and founder of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) - Quote

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Geoff Beattie

Geoff Beattie is Head of School and Dean of Psychological Sciences at the University of Manchester. He has a PhD in Psychology from Trinity College, Cambridge, and is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society. He was awarded the Spearman Medal by the BPS for 'published psychological research of outstanding merit'. Geoff has been the resident psychologist on ten series of Big Brother. He is widely regarded as one of the leading international figures on nonverbal communication.

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