How You Can Talk to Anyone in Every Situation
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There arent many people who really embrace the idea of entering a room full of strangers and being expected to make conversation. Likewise most people shy away from small talk situations with people they have little or nothing in common with.
But there are some people seem to do it so well. Weve all watched them enviously as they walk into a room of strangers, take command and move seamlessly and effortlessly from group to group, dazzling with their confidence and charm, and entertaining with their witty repartee and interesting anecdotes. We on the other hand, hover on the sidelines trying desperately not to draw attention to ourselves.
How You Can Talk to Anyone will show you exactly how these people do it, so you you can do it too.
Whether youre very shy or you just dont really enjoy small talk situations, this book will deliver all the techniques, tips and know-how youll need to talk to anyone about anything, at any time and in any situation.
Whether networking in business, finding the love of your life, joining a new club, or being stuck on a train with a colleague, the ability to talk and interact confidently is vital.
How You Can Talk to Anyone will show you how to banish your fears, take control of your nerves and make sure that, not only can you cope with any social situation you find yourself in, but that you will shine, be liked and leave having made a lasting impression.
About the authors
Chapter 1: The secrets of talking to anyone with confidence
Chapter 2: Its all about you
Chapter 3: Conversation basics
Chapter 4 How to build rapport and connect with anyone
Chapter 5: How you can talk to anyone at work
Chapter 6: How to talk to anyone in difficult situations
Chapter 7: When to shut up!
Chapter 8: How to talk when you want to shine
Tim Fearon and Emma Sargent are a husband and wife team who run a business together specialising in communication, relationships and personal growth. They have both suffered from a lack of confidence in their lives although you wouldnt believe it now as they spend their lives public speaking.