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Whether you are a business owner, leader, or just about anything else, communication is critical. If your communication abilities are limited, though, your potential for success will also be limited.
In Powerful Communication: Influence, Persuasion, and Communication Skills You Need to Have number-one best-selling Author Ric Thompson shares proven steps and strategies for how to improve your communication skills and how to use those skills to achieve your goals and live your dreams.
After reading this book, you will understand why powerful communication is so important to success in all areas of your life.
You will learn:
- What communication should look like, and why it so often doesn't happen the way we think it should... or did
- Why active listening is so important, and how it's an absolute goldmine of information
- The role of body language, inflection, and tone of voice; and how it makes up more than 90% of how communication is received
- How to build rapport and put people into a receptive frame of mind; no they aren't Jedi mind tricks, they just work like them
- How to determine personal communication styles; it doesn't matter how good of a communicator you think you are if you're alienating people with a different style than yours
- Tips for using email and cell phones, and on giving and receiving feedback; so you don't blow up all of your hard earned progress
If you have big dreams and lofty goals, the key to getting what you want is being able to communicate effectively with the people who can help you achieve your desires.
With the help of Powerful Communication: Influence, Persuasion, and Communication Skills You Need to Have you're on your way to achieving just about anything you can imagine.
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Overall concept was decent but nothing besides the quotes stood out. If it’s your first communication book it would be a great starter book but for those who read self growth books often enough it’s just Pete and repeat