How to Talk to Anyone: 92 Little Tricks For Big Success In Relationships Paperback – 19 Nov 1998
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Praise for Leil Lowndes:
‘Leil is the best. Absolutely the best!’ Sally Jessy Raphael
Praise for How To Talk To Anyone:
‘Does what is says on the tin, with heaps of helpful tips for developing ease in social situations.’ Time Out
‘Your ability to communicate with power and impact can change your life – and Leil shows you HOW! Truly extraordinary.’ Brian Tracy
This volume is about relationships, body language and how we relate to each other. It contains strategies for love and business which include: charming body language and gestures - the exclusive smile, eyes glued to the other person, "come hither" hands with palms open etc; never leave home without the latest news; how to give the killer compliment - not too general and not too frequently given; the premature "we" - effective empathizing; and how to work a party - including making an entrance, be the chooser not the choosee, and mingling not munching (for all those who head straight for the food table!).See all Product description
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This yields a short term high in confidence and pride (after trials and errors in implementing them) but you can't get further than that in building any form of relationships(career, friendship, romance) that would last or even work in the long term.
the author does make reference to Dale Carnegie's book which I don't mind and yes the book was written in the 1950's but found there was a little bit of trashing his work because it was written that far back. There are sections which I do not think is practical to avoid for example when the waiter drops the tray of food on the table and the whole restaurant is starring because of what happened there is no way people on the table will ignore what has happened and just carry on their conversation. If that really happened the Big Bosses are not HUMAN!!!! There are many new symbols and acronyms used which fall in text and sometimes you lose track of what that is. There are many sections within the book but each chapter is chunked quite well and keeps you engaged. I really liked the way the chapters are written and the recap of the technique at the end of the chapter is great way to consolidate the chapter/technique.
In conclusion, I really enjoyed the book and would recommend it to people who are shy, in sales, business and for people looking for that confidence when meeting new people.