20 Shades of Narcissism by David Thomas

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Narcissists can seriously diminish the happiness of those around them. Everyone knows people who display narcissistic behaviour, either family members or in the workplace, or for many people, both. The narcissist looks to others in his or her environment for a view that will reflect and confirm how wonderful he or she is.
This book shines the spotlight on narcissism in all of its micro and macro manifestations. Each of the book’s 20 chapters examines a different aspect of the topic. Some explore the theoretical aspects of narcissism and some look at the damage that well-known narcissists have inflicted on their businesses or their countries. Other chapters tell true stories about how people, with varying degrees of narcissism, have diminished the happiness of those around them, with the names changed to protect the identities of both the “innocent” and the “guilty”!

About David Thomas

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David Thomas is an international speaker, author and media personality. He is a World Memory Championships medallist, having developed one of the most powerful memories in history. He is an International Grandmaster of Memory – one of fewer than 40 in the world – and a current world Memory record holder, having memorised and recited 100 individually shuffled packs of playing cards getting just 12 wrong out of 5200. He also broke an 18-year-old Guiness Book of Records memory record by reciting the mathematical formula Pi (3.1459) to 22,500 digits from memory. His amazing memory skills led to an appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show, which went out to 20 million Americans and 112 countries.
Published February 25, 2013 by Winning-Teams.com. 112 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting.

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