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Summary

Over 30 different examples of situations and ideas to show you how you can change your approach and change your life.

Looking to nail an interview? Want to make a better first impression on a date? Trying to make your money go further? Bet you never thought being a bit more psychopath could be the answer.

Time to grab that bulls**t by the horns!

Dr. Kevin Dutton studies psychopaths, and his latest subject is SAS hero Andy McNab. Andy’s a bit different; he’s a good psychopath. He can control qualities like decisiveness, ruthlessness and fearlessness to get the best out of himself and life.

Together this unlikely duo has established what they call the seven deadly wins, the good psychopathic quirks that can help make you more successful. And now it’s time to put their theories to the test.

Sorted! The Good Psychopath's Guide to Bossing Your Life offers a new approach to the everyday to help you get more out of life than it gets out of you.

©2015 Andy McNab and Kevin Dutton (P)2015 Random House Audiobooks

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Great partnership & story

Keep them coming chaps - another great performance
Now need flypnosis on audible
Great stuff would recommend

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  • Arthur
  • Gympie, Australia
  • 08-09-15

This is a 'MUST' listen to.

One word of caution, listen to the 'Good Psychopaths Guide' first. This is an exceptional book on a helpful guide to life !!

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  • 20-11-17

Brilliant

Guys what a book - fun, common sense and full of compassion - keep publishing please. We need more of this stuff.

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Abridged version of it's prequel

Nothing new from the original and not as good.
I like Dutton but this book adds nothing to his other work, it's a shortened version of the original with a couple of new jokes. This is not as detailed or useful and I will be returning it.

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Awesome follow up book!

Great follow up to the good psychopaths guide to success and narrated in a fun and easy to listen to way. Will listen to this at least 3-4times!

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Underwhelming...

The messages were mostly common sense - fair enough, but the good stuff was largely spoiled by the "laddish" delivery style... and are all the swear words really necessary? I think this will turn off many people looking for serious advice on "life management".

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I love the no nonsense straight talking.

This book talks straight to me in a language that I understand.
clear ,concise and no nonsense.