How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends
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Description: For nearly twenty years, small-talk expert Don Gabor has helped thousands of people communicate with wit, confidence, and enthusiasm with his bestseller "How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends." This new edition brings the art of having a conversation up to date. By following the simple and dynamic guidelines in this easy-to-read book, you'll be ready to strike up a great conversation with anyone anywhere! And you'll learn how to keep the conversation going by asking the right questions, using body language effectively, and avoiding conversation pitfalls. Packed with charts, hundreds of opening lines, real-life examples, FAQs, helpful hints, and solid professional advice, "How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends" shows you how to: Identify your personal conversational style Talk to people from other countries and cultures Avoid mistakes while on a mobile phone or on-line in chatrooms Boost your personal and professional speaking skills to the next levelCopyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
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List price: $11.00
Publication date: 10/31/1983
Size: 5.37" wide x 8.26" long x 0.33" tall
|A Note from the Author|
|Introduction: Meeting New People and Making New Friends|
|Starting Your Conversations with Confidence|
|First Contact -- Body Language|
|Breaking the Ice and Getting the Conversation Going|
|Five Seconds to Success: The Art of Remembering Names|
|Continuing Your Conversations with Wit and Charm|
|Keeping the Conversation Going Strong|
|Getting Your Ideas Across|
|Overcoming Conversational Hang-ups|
|Ending Your Conversations with a Great Impression|
|Closing Conversations Tactfully|
|Boosting Your Conversations to the Next Level|
|Recognizing and Using Conversation Styles|
|Talking to People from Other Countries|
|Customs That Influence Cross-Cultural Conversations|
|Five Golden Rules of Mobile Phone Etiquette|
|E-mail and On-line Chat Rooms: Making Conversation and Friends in Cyberspace|
|Improving Your Conversations|
|50 Ways to Improve Your Conversations|