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How To Start A Conversation And Make Friends Paperback – January 9, 2001
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Don Gabor is a “small talk” expert, communications trainer and the author of seven self-help books and audio programs. He shows people how to network and use conversation skills to build relationships in business, social and personals situations. Don is a frequent media guest and the 2010-2011 president of the New York City chapter of the National Speakers Association. The New Yorker called Don “a gifted conversationalist.” Visit him at www.dongabor.com.
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Another area that the author discusses is online presence. That section may have some value for those who are into a lot of online activities. Overall, I think it is likely a valuable book for those who struggle in the area of conversation. I mainly bought it for a relative who struggles with shyness, but I read it first to check it out.
It contains tips in several areas such as eye contact, body language, facial expressions, and active listening.
I recommend it for those who struggle with initiating conversations with others. It is probably a worthwhile read even for those who are already skillful in the communications area.
My favorite thing about the book is that there was many conversation examples between him and other people which illustrated the communication skills that I have learned to this point from other authors such as Meryl Runion. I like books that have dialogue because it is much easier to learn communication from active dialogue as opposed to only reading tips and tricks about how to do so. I highly recommend this book.