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How to Talk to Anyone

10 Secret Tips You Wish You Knew
Narrated by: Adam Lisicky
Length: 1 hr and 14 mins
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If you are looking to better your conversation skills, or are trying to break out of your introverted shell, this is the book for you. With 10 amazing tips ranging from how to approach people to how to end a conversation, you will find yourself ready to talk to people in no time. Not only will you make an incredible first impression on your lady, your man, your boss, your friends, but even on strangers. You will also be rewarded with the skills of a lasting relationship with them. With the skills taught in this book, you will never have to fear meeting new people or leaving them with a lasting impression ever again. Take this companion with you everywhere you go. Before meeting a friend, client, or stranger, remind yourself of the stuff that is taught in the book for the particular situation or scenario. This will give you a refresher to take on any challenge that might come your way. All the best. Let's do this together!

©2016 John S. Lawson (P)2017 John S. Lawson

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  • Andrew
  • GlossopUnited Kingdom
  • 10-11-17

Sorry, this is just a complete waste of money

For a book that lasts 75 minutes, spending the first 25 bemoaning the 'death of conversation' is just ridiculous. The title is 'how to talk to anyone', not a social commentary! Complete waste of money and the so-called 'tips' are, quite frankly, just common sense...

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Great bag at a great price

The author changed my life !
I have no words to describe how good this book is.
I have tried every trick mentioned in this book, and they all worked !
It helped me alot in my business life and even more in my personal life.
I have so many friends, I can not count them anymore.
I wish everyone would listen this book. The world could have been a better place.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-01-18

This audiobook brings out the best in people.

Striking a conversation with all sorts of people no longer stresses or anxious me. Be it in business networking or social engagement, the resourceful tips bring out the best in people.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-29-18

this has been slowly helping me ease up

I’ve tumble upon many secrets to a good communication from this brief but concise guide. Talking to strangers always intimidates me. So this book has been slowly helping me ease up. Million thanks!

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  • CAR
  • 06-26-18

just right

It’s an art I’ve been meaning to polish. This is just what I’ve expected. Engaging and not repetitive.

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  • Violet
  • 06-26-18

useful tips to remember.

Teaches me how to be skillful in dealing with people to maintain a strong and pure relationship with them. There are some tips on doing small and big talk the correct way. Capturing audiences has never been easy for me, but it’s now possible with the aid of this book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-14-18

some good stuff

Definitely functional! John Lawson sure has some effective tips to kick start a meaningful and deeper conversation. For a 1 hr and 14 min read, this sure has some good stuffs in it.

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  • Jan
  • 06-08-18

What a straight-forward guide

Listening to John Lawson’s positive ideas helped in me in polishing my conversational skills. This straight forward guide gives you enough reasons to delve into it and learn from the pro himself.

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  • Garnet
  • 06-02-18

I'm comfortable with this.

I’m so comfortable with this book. It doesn’t give me the pressure that I’m almost afraid to meet. The content are so functional and Adam Lisicky’s powerful voice kept me engaged until the last word.

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  • Di
  • 05-31-18

full of nuggets here and there

Starting a conversation with strangers is something I’m not really good at. And I would like to be. Thus, listening to this audiobook has to be one of the sensible thing I did today. Full of nuggets here and there.

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  • Chris
  • 05-30-18

Satisfation.

Introverts will highly benefit from this composed book. Lots of unique and simple ideas that anyone can follow.

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  • Nigella17
  • 01-29-18

Tips towards the end of this book.

Disliked going over the history of loss of conversational skills in the first couple of chapters. The title of the book is suggestive of practical tips, which are there, but, towards the end of the book. The preamble to get to the point spoiled this for me. Would recommend going to the actual section on tips for someone new to this topic.