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Publisher's Summary

From the author of How to Say It, the million-copies-sold best seller.

If you want to improve your conversational skills - and achieve greater levels of personal and professional success, The Art of Talking to Anyone is the ultimate book. Rosalie Maggio has built a career on teaching people how to say the right thing at the right time - and she's made her techniques available to you.

This essential communication handbook includes:

  • Sample dialogues, topics, and responses
  • Quick-reference dos and don'ts
  • Tips for handling special situations
  • Confidence-building advice and quotations
  • Key words that get to the business at hand

Whether it's small talk or big, social or work-related, The Art of Talking to Anyone gives you all the tools you need to speak up with confidence, to charm and persuade, and to talk your way through any situation - successfully.

©2005 McGraw-Hill (P)2005 McGraw-Hill Education

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informative but boring

the book is extensive, it covers most areas of communication but it's very dry, hard to read, and a little boring. To finish the book I had to take a break and read a completely different book.

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Good information, but sleepy narrator

This is a book with good points to consider, but the narrator struggled to keep my attention.

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the art of speaking to anyone

a very good read. easy to understand text. beautifully articulated. moderate length. decent narration voice.

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Nice to listen and read

I like the way narrator reading the book. It will be much better for me if the tape cover all the sentences in each chapter. In all, I like it. Thanks for the work.

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