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- ASIN : B006YTTVHO
- Publication date : December 12, 2013
- Language : English
- File size : 1240 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 80 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,428 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The book- The author offers a fresh perspective to mastering the art of conversation. He draws attention to what could be in one's way and describes a list of common negative habits. The author invites opportunity to reflect on why one would do these things as well.
Further along, the author presents a clear path of options complete with steps to assist one in moving from inept to skilled and aptly coaches the reader to promote success by revealing what one should expect during the process, how to overcome boundaries and the like. The author is very descriptive. He provides detailed descriptions of obstacles, how to recognize them and how to overcome them. The author also offers links to free tutorial classes in the book.
Technical: No noted spelling errors or grammatical errors.
Overall: This is an excellent read- not only for those who know they are ready for better conversation skills but also for anyone who is: a teen glued to Facebook, core reading for college freshmen- best placed in a freshman 101 1 cred. Class; young people starting to work, those looking to elevate their job status, tech folks, etc. Great Job Mr. Murphy! "snaps" and "applause!"
This kindle book was received on promotion in exchange for my reading and review.
I have read other books on the subject but this book is the first one that his made a real difference in the way that I interact with people! I really truly recommend this book to anyone who finds themselves a little on the socially awkward side.
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The content is easy to understand.
The language used is of a good standard with simple words.
Readability is easy.
The length is adequate and not unnecessarily drawn out.
The use of vocabulary is plain language.
The standard of punctuation is good.
The originality and outcome of the storyline all depend on how the reader interprets and uses this useful guide within their own lives.
The characters are potentially all around us, and we need to start conversing with them as soon as possible. Practice, practice, practice!
The most likeable part was that the author makes me think I have the power to change and upgrade my communication skills if I put in the effort and practice his advice.
I would recommend this to readers who struggle with communication and social skills.
Would I read more from this author? Yes.
Always Know What To Say - Easy Ways To Approach And Talk To Anyone
In "Always Know What To Say," Peter Murphy gives solid advice on how to talk to people in almost every situation imaginable. The book made me realize how I have been making excuses for a long time to go out and meet people and it gave me solutions to target my fears while talking to them.
Murphy gives tips on self-improvement, which is the key of approaching people and forming connections with them. Without gratitude, forgiveness, gratitude, and self-love, making new connections is impossible. Murphy gives tips on how to achieve these, and gives you exercises on how to work on them before you go out and meet people.
In addition to this, there are tips on how to approach new people, how to start a conversation with new people in a confident manner, how to calm your nerves in social situations, ways to avoid getting stuck, and many more.
I highly recommend this book, especially for people who have little to no confidence while in social situation. I will keep this book handy and keep on reviewing it as I go on my new journey. Talking to people is not easy, but Peter W. Murphy's 'Always Know What To Say" gives sage advice and can really help people gain confidence.
*** Please Note: I received this book for free to read in exchange for my honest review .***
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This should be titled "Everybody! Look at me!", or "We're all popular, shame about you". To save you the pain of reading it, just copy what everyone else does, then talk endlessly to each other about the same old things.
I'm off now, to write my own book: "Just be yourself. Nobody's listening anyway."
There was also a whole chapter 'The Love and Connection Daily Practice' where the author preaches irrelevant material about forgiveness, loving yourself, blah de blah, with no link to conversation.
I found his repeated premise that 'popular people' are inherently good and well intentioned, irritating and condescending.
Finally I disliked his idea that you should only prolong interaction with those who have simular goals, interests, etc. This limits your exposure to new outlooks and perspectives, while forcing you into a bubble of the same old conversations with no diversity.
It was worth reading for free, but I wouldn't buy it.
Helpful advice for novices.
Worth a read to reinforce good practice and refresh your approach