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- Print Length: 86 pages
- Publication Date: December 12, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006YTTVHO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #546 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Always Know What To Say - Easy Ways To Approach And Talk To Anyone Kindle Edition
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~The Rebecca Review
Nevertheless, although much of this book is very basic, there are a few gems that make the price of free and the 20 minutes it took to read well worth it.
There is a list of power questions that serve as great fodder for elevating a conversation, and thus strengthening the connection available to you. Some of these questions may seem obvious, but it's surprisingly helpful to have them readily available as opposed to having to dig for them in your working memory.
> What has been the most life-changing experience you've ever had?
> What is the most spontaneous thing you've ever done?
> Who's had the biggest influence on your life?
> What dream would you most like to make a reality?
If a conversation is lagging or you want to take an otherwise decent conversation to the next level - whip these questions out. I highly recommend it. It works.
If this is a topic that interests you, try Leil Lowndes's book "How to Talk to Anyone: 92 Little Tricks for Big Success in Relationships." It's a meaty book that actualy addresses the questions this book only pretends to address.
Some of the information, experts disagree with. For instance: swinging legs is often considered a display of child like joy; rarely anger. Rolling the foot on the ball of the ankle is a form of gravity defying behavior, and will more often than not, signify happiness. And tapping of the foot can mean anything from "I'm nervous and trying to calm myself down" to "I'm bored" to "I've got a lot of a stimulant in me" to "I'm angry". Things need to be viewed in context, not "this means that". Addendum: You can find backup arguments to this in works like "What EveryBODY Says" by Joe Navarro, former FBI behavioral profiler, as well as in published research.
I was only reading this over looking for a good book on the subject for a friend of mine. I honestly cannot recommend something so lacking in substance and so generic it's misleading at times. The author should strongly consider expanding on the material, and then republishing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A lot of the content is practical information. Might be good for a person that struggles with interaction, but the book does not offer any real suggestions on what to say when... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jeffery Herbert
Easy read with lots of little pointers to think about and improve.Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great read. Great tips. I enjoyed reading this book very much. I'm off to an interview with a group of others and I decided to read this book beforehand and I am more confident in... Read morePublished 9 days ago by adriana hardie
There is probably not a single person that needed this read as much as I did. Seriously...It seems everytime I open my mouth, I say something ridiculous and my husband never lets... Read morePublished 17 days ago by ShoppingCharlotte
Great book a lot if good information and spread out well for easy intake.Published 20 days ago by john
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