The Bullsh*t Artist: Learn to Bluff, Dupe, Charm, and BS with the Best of 'Em

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F+W Media, Jun 18, 2011 - Humor - 240 pages
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It's not what you know. It's what they think you know. And they will think you know it all once you learn how to bullsh*t successfully. Because there's a difference between talking out of your ass and bullsh*tting like a pro--and if you want to sound in the know without getting called out, you better know how to do it right.

What you want is to be able to control any conversation and keep cool under pressure with a combination of confidence and cunning. To help out, there's a section of useful facts to stick up your sleeve.

Forget being a know-it-all. You'll tap into real appeal and have a lot more fun once you become a skilled bullsh*t artist. Guaranteed.

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Paul Kleinman holds advanced degrees from both the Wharton Business School and the Harvard Divinity School. (Bullsh*t.) In between running the Market and his non-profit (which helps underprivileged youths get into college), he's training for his fourth Iron Man. (Bullsh*t.) He lives in Boston. (True.)

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