Most of the advice, however, was mundane, incorrect, or outright painful.
Unlike too many other books about networking and starting conversations, you will actually know what to do, what to say and when to say it after reading this book.
The book was written in a refreshingly easy to read format in digestable bites.
Very thin booklet. Clearly written but no ground breaking ideas. If you want to get started it will work. It you want some more ideas - look elsewhere.Published 5 months ago by Mila D
Very basic generic information; I got a few nuggets out of it, but overall it wasn't worth the time. At least it was a brief book.Published 5 months ago by margiemic
ment! Most especially offended by the "regard story" a writer should be able to cite many examples to make a point- should have thought more out of the box and... Read more
This book is very easy to read and describes in a practical manner how to do smalltalk.
It is a small book which introduces a couple of concepts and explains these concepts... Read more
I thought that this book was good because it immediately touches on a few tips to get you to small talk with others. Read morePublished 7 months ago by G. Kang
Loved this quick read! Windingland really well! Made a difficult subject fun and easy! Written with humor made for an easy and quick readPublished 9 months ago by Bec
This book was easy to understand and thoughtfully well written to help those who need help small talking. Buy it!Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
While I did enjoy some major points the book had, some information was unnecessary. The book is useful to glance over from time to time.Published 14 months ago by daniel
I normally give 4s when I read something great but this book had one very special tactic skill on having smalltalk (which I will not reveal here) that works ALL the time so that's... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kindle Customer