How to Communicate: The Ultimate Guide to Improving Your Personal and Professional Relationshipsby Matthew McKay
Your success and happiness depend largely on your ability to communicate. When you communicate effectively, you can make and keep friends, excel at work, resolve conflicts at home and on the job, and enjoy satisfying intimate relationships.
But communication skills are not innate. They need to be learned, practiced, and mastered.
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This book spoke to me from the minute I picked it up. If you read it and pay even a little attention, you will have more friends, more fun and enrich your life and others around you.I came from a family where talking was an open competition, solving everybody's problems was more important than solving your own, and filling the air with your own voice more important than 'prying' into everybody else's life. This book will open doors, teach you how to ask questions, get answers and learn more about the world around you from others. It's a bargain at the price.