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How to Talk to Anybody, Anytime, Anywhere: 3 Steps to Make Instant Connections
     

How to Talk to Anybody, Anytime, Anywhere: 3 Steps to Make Instant Connections

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by Chris Widener
 

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Leadership and influence author Chris Widener teaches a simple three step process to make sure you are always prepared to talk to anybody, anytime and anywhere.

Have you ever felt like you don�t know what to say in a social situation?
Is small talk not your thing?

If so, then this is the perfect eBook to equip you to be a great

Overview

Leadership and influence author Chris Widener teaches a simple three step process to make sure you are always prepared to talk to anybody, anytime and anywhere.

Have you ever felt like you don�t know what to say in a social situation?
Is small talk not your thing?

If so, then this is the perfect eBook to equip you to be a great conversationalist at social events, business meetings, with your superiors and with friends. Banish those awkward moments with this simple and memorable system by professional speaker Chris Widener, who is never at a loss for words. Never feel like you don't know what to say again!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148364412
Publisher:
AudioInk Publishing
Publication date:
08/27/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
520,849
File size:
406 KB

Meet the Author

Chris Widener has been speaking professionally since 1988 and has shared the stage with top political figures, nationally known TV news anchors, best selling authors and professional athletes. Chris has written over 450 articles and is the author of eight books including the New York Times best seller "The Angel Inside". He has produced over 30 audio programs on leadership and motivation.

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How to Talk to Anybody, Anytime, Anywhere: 3 Steps to Make Instant Connections 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Shel10 More than 1 year ago
Three simple conversational steps! The aim of this eBook is to arm you with a simple formula for speaking to anyone, at anytime, anywhere you find yourself. Author and professional speaker, Chris Widener, outlines three easy steps to speaking confidence that will help you transition from feeling awkward around others to being an engaging communicator, not just with your friends, but with any number of people, known or strangers, in all situations, casual or formal. I speak to small groups of 2 or 3 and larger groups of 30 to a few hundred in the course of my work. Public speaking to large groups doesn’t bother me so much – I am usually armed with practiced notes; but in smaller groups I feel more exposed. Widener explains the psychology behind these feelings of insecurity and explains that we ALL suffer the same feelings – that is good to remember! Every concept made so much sense and gave me a ‘light bulb moment’ – like having an ‘others’ centered orientation’ and not needing to feel pressure to be interesting but to simply be interested – the list goes on. The strategies Widener offers are easy to understand and apply and gave me a clear pathway to follow rather than bumbling my way through uncomfortable encounters. ‘How to Talk to Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere’ is concisely written and packed with critical and valuable information that will help even the most seasoned speaker feel more at ease in the presence of others. I would recommend this eBook to anyone wanting to develop better connections with others, for anyone whose work involves public speaking, to anyone who lacks confidence around others…for anyone who interacts with people!
AnnS70 More than 1 year ago
Currently I'm a Stay At Home Mom and I recently landed a coveted work at home position. The only problem? I have to actually call customers and *GULP* talk to them.I have always had a hard time talking to people. Whether it is over the phone or in person. Thanks to these three little words: Question, Connection, Direction, I will be starting this new position with confidence. The concepts in this book are so common sense it is embarrassing that most people can't think of them on their own.If you aren't a naturally outgoing person you should read this book.Super helpful.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I do public speaking periodically for my job a couple times a year, usually in front of an audience of a few hundred. I've never really suffered from any jitters when speaking on front of people, but one on one was always awkward to me. There are many books about public speaking, but not many like this about how to open up a conversation. This has very valuable advice for anyone who thinks that someone is won or lost in the first few seconds of a meeting.