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The Skills Of a Deductionist

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My friends, there is something incredible in the making. A course like no other, and that has never been yet. It is happening in Berlin, Germany February 26th, 27th, 28th.

FOLLOW THIS LINK TO BOOK YOUR TICKETS

Here is some of the things you can expect to learn.

COURSE OUTLINE

Day 1: The right frame of mind
• Deduction, induction and abduction theory
• Practice of logic puzzles
• Essential training and practice drills
• Observational memory training, combined with deductive work
• Increasing speed and focus and retention
• Introduction to memory work
• How to be confident in everything you do

Day 2: Memory and deduction
• Speed memorisation
• Peripheral training
• Listening with the other senses
• How to memorise the awkward stuff
• Building a memory palace and why it’s invaluable
• Dealing with large quantities of information
• Remembering names and faces
• Reading people and body language
• Reading scenes
• Noticing details about clothes, shoes, jewellery
• Micro and macro expressions training
• Lie detection

Day 3: Putting it altogether
• Practicing everything from day 1 and 2
• Tests in memory, retention, deduction and logic
• Rounding it all off
• See what really is possible

Make no mistake:
This is real skills acquisition. It will be hard work. Ben Cardall will take the workshop to the streets of Berlin.
You will practice your new skills live and on real people!

There is nothing like it on the market right now. Not in this depth. And certainly not at that price!

My friends, book your spot early to be a part of this incredible event! Any questions then shoot me a message.

Ben

The Monographs – Why you need one!

  

   
For quite some time now, I have been working on a book of Gargantuan proportions. I am pleased to say that it his now here, available for purchase. To brighten up your days you can purchase yours from either Amazon or The Book Depository.

The Monographs can be explained in simple terms, that it is a manual that anyone can use to make themselves into a modern day deductionist. However, it is so much more than that. It is a book full of transferable, real world skills. Once you have studied and mastered all this book has to offer you will memorise as much as you could ever need or want to, with all the retentive capabilities that the famed detective has, read people, situations and scenes as easy as books. Detect lies in everything, right down to handwriting. Deduce clues in the objects people own and the clothes that they wear. History, theories, research, how to train and practice. It is, for want of a better phrase, a complete compendium. Make no mistake though, and I try not to mince my words when I say that these skills WILL need practice and these are NOT attributes that you can pick up overnight. I promise you this, you put in the work and you will reap the massive rewards!

It has only been a few days since its release date but the reviews are in and I am so proud and humbled to say that they are all 5 star reviews! Follow the link to see for yourself and pick up yours today!

Read the reviews in full and pick up your copy here!
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Have a good one! 

Ben