Fully revised and updated - with Jeanne Martinet's trademark wit and practicality, The Art of Mingling hands you the keys to feeling at ease in any social situation.
Does the idea of going to a large party make your mouth go dry? Are you more comfortable on Facebook than face to face? You're not alone: 90 percent of the world suffers from minglephobia. Jeanne Martinet has developed a cure - a sure-fire system for overcoming fears and having a great time at any type of business or social gathering.
Filled with simple techniques, tricks, tips, lines, and maneuvers, The Art of Mingling teaches you:
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How can something that is not rocket science be so difficult for folks to master? Well, this book will help you develop strategies to make mingling fun. The book is upbeat, well paced and fun to listen to. Everyone will find at least one or two tips to help make mingling fun.
This is really a stupid book. That may not be a very sophisticated way to phrase this, but it is the only way I can think to describe it. I thought it might help me with some artful ways to start conversations with people I don't know—plus, provide some other creative ways to navigate a social gathering--but it doesn't. Most all of the suggestions are pedantic and lame. Don't be fooled into buying it.
The suggestions are so silly and lame.
It is okay, but her voice is a bit grating.
Wished I read this years ago. Since I stay busy I am really attracted to the idea of doing nothing and let my energy attract people to me. This was worthwhile listening to.
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