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Radio Interview on WRHC-LP & WSJM-FM Three Oaks-St. Joseph


I just completed a one hour interview on “With Respect” with John Smietanka, the former US Attorney for West Michigan and radio talk show host on WRHC-LP in Three Oaks. The program will air on WRHC-LP (106.7) next Thursday and Sunday (4/23 & 2/26/2015) at 10 AM and 11 AM, respectively. Streaming Live Audio from WRHC-LP

My interview will also air next Saturday (4/25/2015) on WSJM-FM (94.9 in St. Joseph, MI) at 6:00 PM.  Streaming Audio from WSJM-FM

Book Review by PI Magazine

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Great book review of "Getting the Truth" by the editor of PI Magazine​, Grace Elting Castle, in PI Magazine's March 2015 issue.  Her review ended with:

"But, my truth is, also, that I recommend this book for every PI, no matter your level of experience, or how great you believe you are at
interviewing or interrogating. It will make you think, squirm, question your past interviews and interrogations, and likely lead you to reconsider what you thought you knew about his case examples. It probably will also cause you to recommend it to others---especially those you send out from your own office to seek the truth."    

You can purchase Mr. Koenig's book, Getting the Truth by clicking "BOOKSTORE" above.

Getting the Truth

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From the book, "Getting the Truth"

"Like water seeking its own level, the body relieves itself of stress, seeking calmness.  The greatest stress reliever known to man is truth-telling. It's a relief valve, a bloodletting, a purging. Nature demands it in order to begin the rebuilding process." You can purchase Mr. Koenig's book, Getting the Truth by clicking "BOOKSTORE" above. 

Poker Players - This Book is for You

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Things aren't always what they appear to be. If you master the principles in "Getting the Truth" and become a "Trained Observer," the good poker player will acquire an edge over many pros.  An excerpt from "Getting the Truth," available at Getting the Truth:

“To become Trained Observers we need to train ourselves to see without filters, to hear without distinguishing, to taste without discriminating, to touch without reacting, and to smell without concluding. Simply put, we need to be objective. Know and identify your prejudices and work hard to set them aside. 

And there should be a sixth sense — one that kind of parallels the other five. One that should always be there, in full use, and operational: empathy. Without empathy, you will not become a Trained Observer. Empathy isn’t feeling sorry for someone — that’s sympathy. Sympathy causes a bias that will keep you from getting the truth. Empathy is much more neutral than sympathy. Empathy is putting yourself in their shoes, using all your senses to experience what they experience. That requires research, patience, work, and commitment. Empathy is a means to understand. It’s only through the peephole of understanding that you can ‘sense’ the true message.”

The poker player who is a trained observer will see that movement, hear that inflection in the opponent's voice, will "sense" when an opponent is confident and when he/she is not. And that will give the trained observer the edge over the competition. Getting the Truth will get you there.


".. unlocking the secrets of communication." - buy Mr. Koenig's autographed books at BOOKSTORE.

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