How to Develop the Guts to Talk with Anyone [NOOK Book]

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Talking with Anyone – What Do You Need?

If you are the type that sits alone at a party with a hundred people just because you don‟t know anyone there, you definitely need to improve your skills of communication. Communication is the key to anything – making friendships, striking business contracts, impressing people and even getting yourself a life partner. You cannot do any of these without talking with ...
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How to Develop the Guts to Talk with Anyone

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Overview

Talking with Anyone – What Do You Need?

If you are the type that sits alone at a party with a hundred people just because you don‟t know anyone there, you definitely need to improve your skills of communication. Communication is the key to anything – making friendships, striking business contracts, impressing people and even getting yourself a life partner. You cannot do any of these without talking with someone.
But if talking with someone unfamiliar is something that scares the heebie-jeebies out of you, you need a quick sizing up. Probably something is seriously wrong there. Talking is actually one of the natural things that we do – it is as natural as breathing for most of us – so what‟s holding you back.
Let us begin by trying to see the most important things that you will need in order to be able to talk with anyone.
The first thing you need to start any kind of conversation is confidence. Here confidence basically means that you should have some knowledge of your self-worth. You should know that you amount to something and that is what you need to project when you are trying to open a conversation with someone. It is only when they understand that listening to you will mean something to them will they take the time.

Table Of Contents
Chapter 1:
Talking with Anyone – What Do You Need?
Chapter 2:
What Does „Breaking the Ice‟ Actually Mean?
Chapter 3:
Asking Him or Her for a Date
Chapter 4:
Approaching Your Job Interview as though You Own Them!
Chapter 5:
Public Speaking – How to Appear and Be Confident Onstage
Chapter 6:
Scoring a Hit with Your Very First Lecture
Chapter 7:
How to Speak with Your Business Clients and Always Win!
Chapter 8:
Speaking With Famous People and Celebrities
Chapter 9:
Being a Leader… How Communication Helps
Chapter 10:
The 3 Ingredients for Any Kind of Successful Public Communication
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012369031
  • Publisher: Lou Diamond
  • Publication date: 3/24/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 702,363
  • File size: 93 KB

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  • Posted August 30, 2011

    Not afraid to talk to new people anymore

    I feel as if this book was made for me, I started a new job and I had daily meetings and had to talk to new people this book was a great help to me, thanks.

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