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How to Talk to Anyone: A Practical Guide to Avoid Anxiety, Shyness, and Awkwardness. Make Real Friends and Generate Deep Conversations the Right and Simple Way

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Orlena Cain

1 Hours 10 Minutes

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March 2021

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DO YOU WISH TO COMMUNICATE WITH PEOPLE EFFECTIVELY, AVOID CONFLICTS AND GET WHAT YOU WANT FROM LIFE?

...It's not only about what you say, but also about WHY, WHEN and HOW you say it.

Almost everything we want in life involves other people. Whether you want a better social life, a promotion at work, or a good romantic relationship, it all depends on the way you communicate.

Lack of communication skills is exactly what ruins most peoples’ lives.

Luckily, 'communicating' is not only simple and straightforward but also easy to master, even if you’re shy, introverted or have social anxiety.

This book will guide you on how you can quickly move through conversations and express yourself in a manner that is conducive to relationship-building and productivity.

You’ll discover:

• How to communicate effectively at work & in your private life

• Tips to remain assertive & calm

• What you should know about conflict communication

• How to be an active listener and why it’s important

• And much more!

Effective communication is like an engine oil that makes your life run smoothly, getting you wherever you want to be.

What are you waiting for?

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  • Amy M.

    Not very useful information. Kind of just states the obvious. Would not recommend.

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