Improve Your People Skills

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Improve Your People Skills Publisher's summary

Is your memory something that needs to be improved?

Do you struggle to remember names, places and events?

Are your communication skills decreasing as a result?

Our memories are important for all sorts of reasons. When we are young and healthy, they are a prized asset in our careers and in relationships, while as we age, we tend to rely on them to remind us of the good times we had. Improving your memory is something we can do at any age and when we combine this with another skill, such as improving our conversational ability, then we really see big improvements.

In this book bundle, Improve Your People Skills, you get two books in one – Memory Improvement for Beginners and How to Talk to Anyone, which provide chapters that cover:

  • How to develop your brain function with exercise
  • Techniques to expand your memory and increase its capacity
  • Using nutrition to help improve memory
  • Meditation techniques
  • How to talk to influential people
  • Improving your workplace communication
  • The secrets to winning arguments
  • Overcoming social anxiety
  • And much more....

Armed with the easily actionable advice that is contained within this book, you could soon have a greater brain capacity and have the confidence to speak to anyone and in any social setting, without being anxious and with growing self-assurance.

This two-book bundle is great value for anyone who has ever faced problems with their memory or the embarrassment of social anxiety.

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