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Nationally recognized communication expert, keynote speaker and trainer, and best-selling author Debra Fine reveals the techniques and strategies anyone can use to make small talk....
If you want to figure out how to socialize better and more effectively without social fatigue, this book is for you - written by someone exactly like you....
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There are 3 simple questions to determine whether you should listen this book.
Does the thought of "small talk" make you cringe? Do you wish you were more magnetic and charismatic? Do you want to learn how to instantly turn surface interactions into lasting and deep connections?
If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, you need this book immediately!
We’ve all heard that life is about who you know… but that’s only half the picture.
Chatter will show you step by step how to become the person who can build intimate rapport with anyone they meet, expertly work a room, win instant friends, and project a winning image that people will flock to.
This isn’t a book of one-liner conversation topics and generic "you can do it" tips that other books would have you believe will make you successful. Through my 20 Chatter principles, you will learn to master skills that will make you shine in everyday interactions, such as:
… as well as advanced communication skills and techniques that will change your life:
Did a frat bro write this book? I am a young business professional who has a good sense of humor but the tips in this book are either inappropriate or tips on how to small talk at a boys night out or a frat house. This is stupid. Besides basic common knowledge this book will teach you how to be "that guy" (aka the jerk). Don't waste your time reading
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
While this was mildly entertaining, many of the recommendations are just flat out terrible advice!
7 of 8 people found this review helpful
skew slightly inappropriate... seriously? it ruined the book.. your friend to ask about the weather in your supposed to ask him how hot it is in his pants after a date.
8 of 10 people found this review helpful
Filled with examples of what not to do followed by examples of what works better and why, for keeping that conversation going strong!
I'm able to have great conversations with people I meet for rage first time. I'm better at communicating with my family too. It takes a lot of practice but it's worth it
It's an outline of a very large topic. It's a summary introduction to the topic. Seems like this book it's a shallow condensation of a person who has taken the work of other authors and researchers, summarized and outlined it. Later, past it as his own. Childly written. Useful and helpful never the less as a first book for a teenager.
Overall useful but his hip, dating bias colors the recommendations. I would have found it more useful if the examples had a bit more refinement (especially content about inappropriate conversation).
That said, there are many good nuggets to consider.
3 of 6 people found this review helpful
this book just repeats common sense knowledge and stories of common sense issues no worth the time to read unless uou really really have no social skills.
6 of 12 people found this review helpful
I think this book contains a lot of good ideas and touched on a lot of issues I have with my own difficulties on starting and holding conversations. I listened to this straight through the first time and will listen to it several more times to help me remember the suggestions when I encounter those stressful moments. I liked the author's voice very much.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful
The information wasn't necessarily new or earth shattering but it was nice to hear it all organized and concise. For the price and the time invested it was worth listening to.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful
Well Narrated but limited in content. Has a few common sense principles and helpful for someone who may be very shy but not a great deal of detail (audiobook just over an hour)
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
What made the experience of listening to Chatter the most enjoyable?
Comprehensive and straight to the point.
What did you like best about this story?
Jam packed with quality information.
What about Jeremy Reloj’s performance did you like?
Smooth tone, engaging and expressive voice.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful
Although at the beginning he said this book will not include things that you can find on the Internet blogs, some advises are very basic and more or less, a common sense. However, it got some good advises in there. Most importantly, this book is relevant and doesn't go on and on like some self-help books. The given examples and stories also quite good.
5 of 8 people found this review helpful
This book is an easy read (or in this case listen). It really shows how to build rapport and how to talk to anyone, whether you have anything in common or not. It shows you how to work with your strengths and how to bulletproof your verbal and non verbal communication skills. Listened to this book 3 times now and will definitely come back to it in the near future. I am now moving on to other books written by Patrick King.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Must be aimed at complete social shut ins or those with autism, you won't find anything useful here
really hard to follow could have been more easily set out so that the points were easier to follow
it was practical and easy to follow book full wit useful examples. I find it interesting and listen it few times.
What would have made Chatter better?
Hmm, what would make chatter better? Good question. I think this book goes for 90 minutes; of this I think there are about 10 minutes worth listening to. The rest is an instruction to be both as embarrassment and a little offensive. If this is what it takes to "talk to anyone" I'll keep quiet thanks.
Has Chatter put you off other books in this genre?
Would you be willing to try another one of Jeremy Reloj’s performances?
Possibly, he didn't write the content
You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?
The first few minutes were good and made me want to listen further in the hope I would get some benefit from the rest
It really delivers what it says.
The sample doesn't given the book any credit. The sample is boring. The sample is only the introduction. The rest of the book is a bunch of useful tips anybody can use in every day life.
Going to listen to it again for sure!