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09 February 2016

5 Essentials for Being Your Own Private Eye

Have you ever considered being your own private investigator? Thanks to Daniel Ribacoff’s new book I, Spy it’s not as hard as you would think.

With Ribacoff’s expert advice—he is the founder and CEO of International Investigative Group, Ltd., and got his start as a private investigator on the gritty streets of NYC—listeners will learn how to act on their impulses when they feel suspicious, for example: when your kids tell you that they’re one place, but you think they’re somewhere else; when you feel like your significant other is straying; or if you feel like your job is monitoring you excessively. The list of situations where the skills can apply goes on and on. Check out five essential pieces of advice from the I, Spy audiobook (read by award-winning narrator Fred Berman) below to get a taste of what it takes to be your own private eye.

Why would you want to be your own private investigator?

Stakeout essentials:

The Do’s and Don’ts of audio and video surveillance:

Is your company spying on you?

Tips for conducting a successful interrogation:

Daniel Ribacoff’s I, Spy audiobook is now available wherever audiobooks are sold!

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