Mind Control Mastery: Techniques to Crush Your Competition (Play Chess, Not Checkers) is a book designed for people who wish to dominate their fields by influencing their competition's thoughts. It shows listeners how to prevail over any competitors by improving their own defenses and attacking the best that the competition can offer.
The book focuses on how you, the listener, can improve yourself in terms of boosting confidence and avoiding procrastination as well as how to approach your opponents in every battle. You can then use these improvements to create a battle plan that will slowly crush your opponent. Development is clearly divided into a series of steps so you can easily track your progress toward absolute dominance.
You will also learn to defend yourself if your opponent ever attempts to strike back and to prepare yourself for any scenario that might come your way. This way you will not be caught off-guard, and the possibility of defeat at the hands of your competition will be minimized.
No matter your field of choice, this book can help you out. Once you are able to master every phase, you will surely crush your competition and always come out as the victor. You can then choose to play chess against those who prefer checkers.
©2015 Sherman Williams (P)2015 Sherman Williams
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By Patricia Ferrer on 12-11-16

title does not match content

this is not "mastery", but tips on subtly of minor influence. for a good book on competition read/listen to The Art of Learning by Josh Waitzkin, a chess and martial arts champion.

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