• Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

  • What the Most Effective People Do Differently
  • By: John C. Maxwell
  • Narrated by: Henry O. Arnold, John Maxwell
  • Length: 7 hrs and 13 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (1,155 ratings)

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Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

By: John C. Maxwell
Narrated by: Henry O. Arnold, John Maxwell
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Publisher's summary

The most effective leaders know how to connect with people. It's not about power or popularity, but about making the people around you feel heard, comfortable, and understood.

While it may seem like some folks are just born with a commanding presence that draws people in, the fact is anyone can learn to communicate in ways that consistently build powerful connections. Everyone Communicates, Few Connect, helps you succeed by revealing Maxwell’s Five Principles and Five Practices to develop this crucial skill of connecting, including:

  • finding common ground
  • keeping your communication simple
  • capturing people's interest
  • How to create an experience everyone enjoys
  • staying authentic in all your relationships.

Your ability to achieve results in any organization - be it a company, church, nonprofit, or even in your family - is directly tied to the leadership skills in your toolbox. Connecting is an easy-to-learn skill you can apply today in your personal, professional, and family relationships to start living your best life.

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