Min Liu – The Harvey Specter Guide Download
INTRODUCING THE HARVEY SPECTER GUIDE
A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO HARVEY’S MINDSETS, STRATEGIES, BODY LANGUAGE, VERBAL SKILLS, AND MORE
If you’re a fan of the TV show “Suits”, then you are most likely a massive fan of Harvey Specter, “New York City’s best closer”. You’ve probably also had daydreams about living Harvey’s life, being an all-around badass, and destroying bad guys while wearing…not a cape…not tights…and not body armor, but while wearing an expensive well-tailored three-piece suit. In this post, you will start learning how you can channel YOUR inner Harvey Specter!
“You wanna lose small, I wanna win big.”
– Harvey Specter
Harvey’s success all starts with one very important thing.
No, it’s not his good looks.
No, it’s not even his ability to spot amazing legal talent like Mike Ross.
No, it’s also not his fancy three-piece suit and Italian shoes.
So what’s the ultimate reason why Harvey is so successful? His mindsets. Harvey Specter embodies a winner’s mindset like nobody else does.
“According to me is the only according to that matters.”
– Harvey Specter
Another essential thing that Harvey has in spades is amazing verbal skills. From being able to argue his way out of anything to delivering a fitting metaphor at the right time, Harvey almost always ends up on the winning side of arguments, debates, and courtroom battles.
It’s not because he writes amazing legal briefs.
It’s not because he’s got all the case law and statutes memorized.
It’s because he has full command of quite a few verbal weapons at his disposal.
“Kill them with success, bury them with a smile.”
Amazing verbal skills are not all that it takes to dominate the bad guys. Harvey is also a master of powerful and dominant body language. He’s a fit, tall guy but there are many people who fit that description who are not masters at commanding a room, like Harvey does.
He’s got the swagger and you can tell by the way he walks.
He’s got a knack for timing his body language to enhance (and make more powerful) what he is saying.
“Winners don’t make excuses when the other side plays the game.”