Leil Lowndes' How to Talk to Anyone offers 101 time-tested hints, tips, and techniques for confidently communicating with others. A bestselling author and renowned communications consultant, Lowndes focuses on ice-breaking skills and communication techniques that are proven successful when making a positive first impression, establishing instant rapport and credibility, and more. Packeed with basic, no-nonsense advice and solid research evidence about which techniques work best in which areas, How to Talk to Anyone show readers how to:
"You'll not only break the ice, you'll melt it away with your new skills."
"The ultimate guide to the thinking person . . . an invaluable tool for conversations."
--Sally Jesse Raphael
Become a master communicator and succeed in life, love, and business
Have you ever admired those successful people who seem to have it all? You see them chatting confidently at parties and being listened to in business meetings. They're the ones with the best jobs, nicest parties, and most interesting friends.
But wait a minute. They're not necessarily smarter than you or even better looking. What it comes down to is their more skillful way of communicating with other people. Now How to Talk to Anyone reveals the secrets of successful communication. With Leil Lowndes's ninety-two easy and effective techniques, you will discover how to become a master communicator in life, love, and business.
Combining the latest research with Leil's trademark wit and warm-hearted observations of human foibles, How to Talk to Anyone shows you how to:
How to Talk to Anyone, which is an update of her popular book, Talking the Winner's Way (see the 5-star reviews of the latter) is based on solid research about techniques that work!See all Product Description
It is always good to see things from others view's. I enjoyed all the pointers and will note them.Published 1 month ago by manny
Here is a great book which enables you to 'show others what they want to see'. I love the way the book is set out, and each idea is illustrated to perfection. Read morePublished on Aug. 3 2010 by James Taylor
I'm not a shy person by nature but I've always loathed small talk and struggled with carrying conversations in business situations. Read morePublished on June 2 2009 by Jennifer Dunlop
Good intentions by the author but does not quite keep the readers attention. The book is very concise in the way it's written and, while this can be a good thing, it appears to be... Read morePublished on Dec 25 2007 by Pearce
I am a quiet individual and find it difficult to start conversations with people, and keep them going. Read morePublished on May 25 2007 by M. Scholtes