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Never be at a loss for words again! Perfect your people skills with his fun, witty and informative guide, containing 92 little tricks to create big success in personal and business relationships. In How To Talk To Anyone, bestselling relationships author and internationally renowned life coach Leil Lowndes reveals the secrets and psychology behind successful communication. These extremely usable and intelligent techniques include how to: * Work a party like a politician works a room * Be an insider in any crowd * Use key words and phrases to guide the conversation * Use body language to connect This is the key to having successful conversations with anyone, any time.

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  • Broché: 352 pages
  • Editeur : Thorsons (1 mars 1999)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0722538073
  • ISBN-13: 978-0722538074
  • Dimensions du produit: 13 x 2,3 x 19,7 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Ursa le 3 novembre 2014
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Style très "coaching version US" (très affirmatif, des "exemples concrets" parfois répétitif et discours tourné vers la manipulation d'autrui), mais des conseils de bons sens qu'on pourrais avoir tendance à oublier. Facile à lire et à mettre en application si on veut revoir les règles de communication à respecter en société.
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Vincent Hache le 1 mai 2013
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The book is well organized and gives lot's of little tips to help out for everyday situations.
The possible only downside would be that it does not have enough theory; but as she said, it wasn't in the aim of her book.
So good overall!
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Jeremy Roy le 27 avril 2011
Format: Broché
I'm halfway through this book, and I will tell that this is a must have book for everyone who wants to understand and adapt to the society in a better way. The information, the way of writing, the printing, everything is perfect.
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328 internautes sur 343 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great book for shy professionals 3 août 2010
Par B Sutton - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Other reviewers called this book a how-to on being insincere and manipulative. I think they completely missed the point. This book is pure and simple a guide for professionals who are shy or need improvement in their social skills.

When you're in the business/professional world, social skills sign your checks, so this is an essential read for career-oriented people who are a little shy or are rusty at communicating. Not knowing how to make diplomatic small talk in this world is like showing up to work everyday wearing a HITLER WAS FRAMED t-shirt. The people who have natural social skills don't appreciate the fact that good social skills are taught. They're taught by parents, they're taught by friends, and some people just have to teach themselves. This book is pretty damn good for those people.
213 internautes sur 225 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
confidence 101 31 août 2010
Par The Zandman - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I use to be so incredibly shy that I didn't even want to leave my house. At one point my father died and I realized my own mortality and decided to go out and become a better person and to get over my shyness. I bought a few books on confidence building and books on how to hold conversations with people. I had very bad friends who put me down and who were completely selfish. I just had bad company.

This book helped me so much in understanding how to hold a conversation with people. Leil Lowndes is a great writer and she really udnerstands what it takes to become more confident in your conversation and in yourself as a person.

Could you use this to be phony and superficial? Yup, but that's up to your personality and what you wish to take from this book. I decided to use this to be able to understand how to hold conversations with people and know how to create relationships. I used this one technique called the flooding smile and that as well as a few other techniques from this book and I'm now dating this beautiful girl and have a few new friends who are positive and make me feel good about myself. I bought this and the other books by Leil Lowndes. I'd definitely consider this book as one of my Meccas as well as a few other books.
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Useful, but limited if you aren't networking or looking for a promotion 10 juin 2008
Par Coyote - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I borrowed this book from a friend. I was both impressed and turned off by it on many different levels. I have no interest in navigating the shark filled waters of corporate America or the yacht club and this book seems to be geared for those seeking entrée into that world. Of the 92 tips, the majority focused on working parties like a politician, making people think you like them when you secretly find them to be bores and pandering to native human egocentricity. Basically, it's a how-to guide for people who want to learn how to be charming and fake, without seeming to be fake. All very useful for ambitious corporate folks, entrepreneurs seeking financial backing, and even musicians looking to get a record deal, no doubt, but not very useful for average people looking to improve their social skills among friends.

For instance, the publisher's blurb on this site brags that the book shows you "7 ways to establish deep subliminal rapport with anyone". What they don't specify is that the author only shows you tricks to SIMULATE rapport with that person. This book is mostly about creating a complex, flexible illusion.

Although the author had many useful tips (I made myself a list of the 19 excellent tips I want to remember and incorporate into my own life) and her writing was very entertaining, I found myself thinking - "I'm glad she's not my friend. She may be a cool cat and a charmer, but she's also plastic."

So I'm giving the book a mixed review. Be aware of why you are buying it. If you want tips on how to network (a necessity for many people to succeed in their field), this book is probably nothing short of brilliant. She's keenly observant and gifted with the ability to analyze behavior and articulate it in an easy to understand manner. This book may very well be a life saver if you are trying to survive in a world that essentially runs by the rules of politicians and bureaucrats, where the ability to play the game is what counts. When you are surrounded by fakes, sometimes your best option is to learn how to put on your game face. The author does deliver the goods on this, in fine style.

If you want to improve your relationships with family, friends and romantic partners, where the creation of a facade is of no real value, this book does have something to offer you, but it will be limited. You'll find yourself trudging through entire chapters on how to sell people widgets by handing them pictures of your dog, or how to get a dead bore to tell his favorite "I'm so cool" story to your friends at a party so you can sneak off for better company without him realizing you've ditched him.
46 internautes sur 49 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
How to socialize more smoothly 14 août 2011
Par Jordan Bell - Publié sur
Format: Broché
The 92 tricks in this book are techniques for making yourself more pleasant to talk to. People need the lubrication of small talk and etiquette for dealing with each other. Much of our interaction with each other is fairly shallow, but this shallow interaction is helpful for getting to the deeper interaction. Indeed, this book gives techniques for fairly shallow interaction between people, but knowing how to be good at shallow interaction gives you a larger number of people than you would have otherwise who are comfortable with you, with whom you can then have deeper interactions. "You see, small talk is not about facts or words. It's about music, about melody. Small talk is about putting people at ease. It's about making comforting noises together like cats purring, children humming, or groups chanting. You must first match your listener's mood." (p. 48) What I took away from this book is a greater respect for social graces.

The five top tricks that I want to remember are: look at someone for a moment before breaking into a smile (to make them feel that the smile is a response to them in particular, rather than something that's always pasted on your face); hang by your teeth posture (it seems like a good way to remember what good posture is supposed to look like); match the energy level of your conversation partner; when asked where you're from or what you do, give some story to make it interesting rather than merely giving a naked city or job; regularly scramble your life (do something you'd never dream of doing, to get a broad base of experiences that will give you something in common with a larger number of people).
14 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This book is changing my life 14 mars 2013
Par the dreamer - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I was casually browsing the bookstore at Miami Airport when I saw Leil Lowndes' book "How to talk to anyone". I skimmed through the pages, I figured I wanted to read it, and continued walking around. Then I came back, picked the book and checked out. I had 5 hours between connecting flights, so I had time to read a nice part of the book. From that point on, I started applying some of the tips - and wow.

I'm a 41 years old introvert who hardly ever speaks to anyone that I didn't have a reason to. I was able to apply some of the tips and obtain immediate results: I had a fun conversation with the people sitting next to me on the plane, and since then I've started conversations with the taxi driver, with complete strangers at my best friend's party, with waiters, store employees, I have improved my conversations with my family, my boss, my clients... I feel that every time I walk outside the house and every interaction is an opportunity to meet people and learn new things. I feel honestly happy, I've found a lot of enjoyment on my vacation, and I am aware that something very important has changed in my life. This book made my life better.
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