How to Talk to Absolutely Anyone

How to Talk to Absolutely Anyone : Confident Communication in Every Situation

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Be a people magnet! Improving your people skills and becoming a people-person is a surefire route to success, happiness, and confidence. Weive all looked enviously across the room at that person who seems to effortlessly interact with everyone humorous, confident and well liked. That person is confident with people they donit know, they have no fear of rejection, they can handle difficult situations with apparent ease. Well now you can too. How to Talk to Absolutely Anyone will show you exactly how to develop better communication for better results. With Mark Rhodes sound advice you will be able to build rapport with absolutely anyone. Learn how to: Overcome fear of rejection Be confident with people you donit know Deal with difficult situations Get better outcomes from disputes Communicate better to win you more business and more sales Be more effective at networking at both business and social events

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Product details

  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 140 x 214 x 20mm | 280g
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
  • Capstone Publishing Ltd
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 085708402X
  • 9780857084026
  • 105,189

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Give your communication a confidence boost When you're with other people do you open up or clam up? Are you a conversation starter or a shrinking violet? Feeling nervous about talking to other people is completely normal, but it's important not to let fears about what people might think of you, or what to say first, stop you from starting one in the first place. Being a confident communicator creates success and happiness Every conversation could be the start of something new; a new career, a new business idea or a new friendship. When you clam up in public, you close off all of those opportunities as if they never existed. "How to Talk to Absolutely Anyone" will help you see conversation differently; as an enjoyable, positive activity that might just change your life. Learn how to: Be confident with people you don't know Overcome common fears and barriers about talking to others Make a connection and build rapport Communicate better in business and social situations Be more effective at networking Win more business and sales All the tools you need to help you talk, listen and build rapport with absolutely anyone are here. Start communicating more confidently today and increase your chances of getting the outcomes you're looking for, more often.

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Table of contents

About the Author ix Foreword by Armand Beasley xi Introduction: Why You Should Want to Speak to Absolutely Anyone xiii Part One: Common Fears and Barriers about Speaking to Absolutely Anyone 1 1 Fear Does It Hold You Back? 3 2 I don t want to experience rejection 19 3 I worry about what other people might think 25 4 I hate talking to strangers why would I want to? 31 Part Two: The Four Stages of an Interaction 37 5 Stage 1 Your Outcome and Starting a Conversation 43 6 How How Do You Mentally and Physically Approach? 59 7 What What Do You Say? 75 8 Stage 2 Creating Curiosity and Interest 85 9 Stage 3 Making a Connection and Being Understood 95 10 Stage 4 Get Them to Take Action 125 Part Three: Making Your Communication Even Better 141 11 Making Your Voice Work for You 143 12 Common Pitfalls 149 13 Difficult Work and Business Conversations 155 14 Final Thoughts 171 Your Zero to Hero Talk to Anyone Development Plan 173 Index 175

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At the very least readers will be challenged to think about the effect of the words they use, and at the most, less confident people will take away some inspiring tips on how to start chatting to strangers, how to use them as guinea pigs for practice and how this approach will help them communicate better, build confidence and get better outcomes. (B2B Marketing, 27th August) This book is a bible for anyone who needs help with their communication skills and confidence. (Talk Business, September 2013)

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