Nice guys (and gals) actually do finish first. It's not just a matter of what you do, but of what you think and how you make others feel. Best-selling author and speaker Tim Sanders addresses obstacles like the "warrior psychology" of others and your own bad days, and shows how you can take charge of your life and learn to like others. It's the key to building and maintaining great relationships throughout your life. In this live presentation, Tim talks about:
Like this presentation? You can also download the audiobook version: The Likeability Factor: How to Boost Your L-Factor and Achieve Your Life's Dreams (Unabridged).
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The most beneficial attribute I got from the audio was 'people will like you based on your consistent positive behavior towards them.' So, I just gave you the meat right there. You're a great guy Tim, I've quoted you in my articles, just didn't get enough from this one.
Four simple required components to Likeability ... It all makes sense to me now, as to why I liked someone or not. And, why I was liked or not. All of a sudden it seems like I am hearing positive feedback from people. I also seem to realize where I went wrong in my past relationships.
This is an excellent book for anyone learning to be more connected to people. the author makes several profound recommendations that will have a big impact on the way I deal with the world. Very very good book.
This is only one chapter. So don't be fooled by the price.
I'm listening to the full audio
"Entertaining, nice content, but just a lecture."
I liked the content and delivery but be aware that this is really just a recorded lecture. The sound quality did not seem compromised because of this though.
The author explains how he improved his likeability factor but the reader is left wondering "what do I do to help mine"?
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