How to Instantly Connect With Anyone

How to Instantly Connect With Anyone

eBook - 2009
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This sequel to Leil's international top selling "How to Talk to Anyone" makes you a master communicator with 96 all new cutting-edge communication "Little Tricks" for big success in business and social relationships--in person, by email, and on the phone. It has been praised as the 21st century version of "How to Win Friends and Influence People," and was nominated one of the five best books in psychology by "Books for a Better Life!"

The author introduces the psychologically sound concept, "Emotional Prediction" or E.P. which you can employ with everyone. Here are the ten sections of the book:

7 Little Tricks to Make a Great Impression Before People Even Meet You

11 Little Tricks to Take the "Hell" Out of "Hello," and Put the "Good" in "Good-bye"

12 Little Tricks to Develop an Extraordinary Gift of Gab

10 Little Tricks to Actually Enjoy Parties

5 Little Tricks to Handle the Good, the Bad, and the Bummers

12 Little Tricks to Avoid the 13 Most Common Dumb Things You Should NEVER Say or Do

13 Little Tricks to be a Cool Communicator

11 Little Tricks to Give Your E-Mail Today's Personality and Tomorrow's Professionalism

10 Little Tricks to Make an Impression on your Cell (A.K.A. "Phone")

5 Little Tricks to Deepen the Relationships You Already Have

Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c2009
ISBN: 9780071545853
Characteristics: xxii, 314 p. ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: Instantly connect with anyone


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Jan 25, 2012

I am not pressing someone's pulse when shaking a hand. This book is just too simplistic. The author recommends a conversation starter by analyzing someone's business card and keep staring at it throughout conversation. Not sure how really effective this is, I would find it a bit weird or an obvious networking trick. This is followed by long passage on social hugs. I have expected this to be on communication, not lesson on social greetings. For maintaining eye contact, I am not going to analyze how far spaced the other person's eyes are or counting how many times they have blinked, I would come across as odd, not paying attention what they are saying. Another suggestion is to hover around until a person you want to meet sits down and then sprint to the next seat "where you deposit your bottom can change your bottom line" - cheesy. Far too simplistic.

Sep 18, 2009

Leil Lowndes is very good writer. Instead of using his words that someone needs a dictionary for to understand the book, she puts her own experiences in it. Shetells the reader, that she gets into the same experiences as us.

I learned a lot from this book.


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