Her genius is in separating what is meant from the words that are actually spoken. -- Dallas Morning News, Januray 23, 2000
She interweaves lessons agreeably with examples that read like fiction. -- American Way, February 2000
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This has been a great reference book for me, and I shared it with a roommate of mine having problems at work. He likes it too.Published 6 months ago by amy
I enjoyed this book so much that I bought a second one and gave it to a friend. It's definitely not one of those fluff self-help books.Published 10 months ago by JeannieIngraham
My Mother in-law said this book has really helped her not only in the work lace but other places as well.Published 13 months ago by Andrea White
Excellent book on learning the art of verbal self-defense.Published 16 months ago by Beverly E Montgomery
Excellent - excellent! Wish I had had this 50 years ago. All need to read this wonderful book!
Gobblydeegook by someone writing outside their sphere of expertise. Elgin is an associate professor of linguistics and studies words, their meaning, syntax, etc. Read morePublished on July 4, 2014 by Omni Savant
Elgin's Gentle Art formula is mind-shaking. Really, it is the most profound and impactful 'self-help' like thing I have ever had the pleasure of studying. Read morePublished on June 18, 2014 by SchmidtD