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How To Be A People Magnet
     

How To Be A People Magnet

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by Leil Lowndes
 

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"Humorous and wise . . . Lowndes helps readers focus on what's important and gives them a good chuckle along the way."
Publishers Weekly

Making friends can be intimidating for anyone, especially if you are naturally shy. This can be an obstacle not only in social interactions but in romantic and work relationships as well. Now there is hope from

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"Humorous and wise . . . Lowndes helps readers focus on what's important and gives them a good chuckle along the way."
Publishers Weekly

Making friends can be intimidating for anyone, especially if you are naturally shy. This can be an obstacle not only in social interactions but in romantic and work relationships as well. Now there is hope from communications expert Leil Lowndes's How to Be a People Magnet. The bestselling author of How to Make Anyone Fall in Love with You, Lowndes reveals specific and proven techniques for attracting friends and lovers and keeping them for life. She uncovers the secrets of attracting friends for fun and romance as well as networking to strengthen business contacts and relationships. Her advice is effective, yet easy for anyone—shy or bold—to implement.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781593160050
Publisher:
Listen & Live Audio, Inc.
Publication date:
02/01/2003
Edition description:
Abridged CD
Product dimensions:
6.45(w) x 5.44(h) x 1.10(d)

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How To Be A People Magnet 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After reading 'How to Be a People Magnet', I was very pleased with what I read. Leil Lowndes does a great job of relating to me as an individual who has a fear of meeting new people. Her suggestions on what to do are fresh new ideas that I've already started implimenting with favorable results. If you are looking for fresh ideas in communicating with people...then this is the book for you.
Paul_Swanson More than 1 year ago
I had read this book a few years ago and then found it on CD. I loved it then and again now. Since I travel an hour to work and then back, I figured it would be a great refresher. It sure was that and more. I am going to share the info with my kids soon, but in a different arrangement and sequence to better meet their needs. This very straight forward program, easy to follow and also if you do it step by step is almost fool proof , meaning that almost anyone will benefit from the information. Evey military brat should be handed this information to use when they have to start up at a new location because mom or dad received new orders. Executive kids should also take the info to heart during moves. The author should consider a book which targets kids who either move or have to change schools using these techniques as a follow on book. Every person leaving the military should read it as a guide to becoming a civilian again, something which is not addressed at this time. I could see this becoming required reading for all laid off workers as a kind of lifeline. This book should be required reading for all volunteer group leaders who need to expand their spear of influence. Every kid who is without friends or who is not involved in positive groups should be exposed to many of the techniques in this book. They could not help but benifit. Perhaps if that happened there would be less bully opportunities and more happiness. Positive friends and groups help keep kids from crime, etc. Making good friends and assiciates as a kid is one of the best things schools could promote. Parents would also benefit from the info to increase their network of associates and friends, move or no move. I can see no downside to everyone using some or all of the techniques to add positively to their network of friends. Fantastic find, well worthy of top status. Paul Swanson
Guest More than 1 year ago
Nothing really new here. All the author does is relate what happened to her (and most of us) in high school, college and life. No real helpful hints on how to find new friends once old friends have passed away, become caregivers,or moved to another state.