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Fine Art of Small Talk - Conversation Starters for Business Networking and Daily Life

Narrated by: Christopher C. Odom
Length: 56 mins
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Start a conversation in 10 seconds & talk to anyone, anytime, anywhere!

This book contains plenty of conversation starter tips and examples - all of which are meant to help you initiate small talk with anyone, anytime, anywhere. Ten seconds is all you’ll need to get someone to pay attention to you. 

Keep in mind that moments of awkward silence are not worth fretting over. With the coaching that’ll be extended to you, you can easily do something about them. The points here will show how to begin talking - may it be to a person you have been dying to speak to at a party, an elderly person, a randomly encountered individual, or an old friend. 

If, for instance, you have always found it challenging whenever anyone is left in a room with you, worry no more. With a handful of techniques that are about to be shared with you, you’re likely to be on your way to meeting a friend and saying goodbye to boredom.

Here's a preview of what you'll learn:

  • How to ask great questions
  • How to use the 'YES or NO' method
  • About themed gatherings and conversation starters
  • What to say when you meet that special person
  • Internet conversation starters
  • Conversation starters for the elderly
  • Plus many many more examples that you can use

Buy this audiobook today!

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Where Was This Book My Entire Life?

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
I am naturally introverted and shy. Growing up it was painful trying to talk to other people unless I was given a context for interaction – like a classroom setting or during a game.
This book helps gives prompts on what kinds of questions to ask to elicit specific types of responses and encourage the flow of conversation. Examples are listed and the reader can easily use this as a guide in preparation for social events.
This would have been a life saver to younger me. I muddled through adolescence but with a lot of trial and error – including unintended offense, perceived creepiness and embarrassment. This book would have helped to mitigate a lot of that. This is something I still struggle with from time to time.
The book is short and gets to the point. It is helpful if you have troubles making personal or business small talk. Or even as a refresher. The answers we get are often contingent on the questions we ask. It is good to be mindful of what we are asking and why.