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Summary

The world's most respected leadership expert gives five principles and five practices for breaking the invisible barrier to leadership and personal success.

You have a good idea but can't convince your peers of its merit. You crafted a groundbreaking strategy, but the team trudges on in the same old way. Certain people move forward in their career, while you seem to be stuck. If this describes you or someone you know, the problem is not the quality of what you have to offer. The problem is how you connect with people to create the results you desire.

In Everyone Communicates, Few Connect, John Maxwell takes readers through the Five Connecting Principles and the Five Connecting Practices of top-notch achievers. He believes that a person's ability to create change and results in any organization - be it a company, church, nonprofit, or even a family - is directly tied to the ability to use the teachings of this book.

©2011 Thomas Nelson, Inc. (P)2011 Thomas Nelson, Inc.

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easy to understand and apply

loved it!!! I couldn't stop listening. I'm going to sit down and make notes. I would recommend it

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  • maria
  • 26-03-17

Not complete

I got the book and the audio version to "read along" which was impossible to do since the audio version seems to be an abridged version. I don't know who made the call to not have the full version of the book here but a heads up would've been nice.

The reader does a good job but unfortunately due to this being a reduced version it didn't serve the purpose I needed or expected.

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  • Arlynn
  • 22-01-15

Good book

This book met my expectations. John Maxwell has really good communication points. The book helped me to understand that connecting is not about me.

I always loved the quote which he used in this book that "people don't care how much you know until they know how much you care." Another interesting statement was that connecting and becoming a good communicator is skill and not a natural ability. He used Moses as an example.

This is a book that I will listen to again.

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  • Kimberley
  • 05-11-12

This is abriged and missing key elements.

What would have made Everyone Communicates, Few Connect better?

It could be complete. I downloaded this because I am an auditory learner and I was taking a class that required this book. I was missing important information. Shame on you Mr. Maxwell.

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  • Mervin Brown
  • 28-04-16

Worth listening again! The narrator read very well

These principles about connecting as a communicator are great reminders. John Maxwell did an awesome job putting this material together!

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  • Sandra Kersey, CC
  • 30-04-15

Great Read

Whether in business or person life Maxwell so eloquently lines out points with simplicity and clarity yet depth.

Great and easy read. Full of wise quotes.

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  • shehab
  • 06-04-13

communication is very good

If you could sum up Everyone Communicates, Few Connect in three words, what would they be?

Narrator sounds very good and contents of the books is so meaning full easy to applly

Would you recommend Everyone Communicates, Few Connect to your friends? Why or why not?

It has huge effect on my personal life and I have few friends who I believe will be benefited.

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  • Todd Zwissler
  • 02-04-18

Essential for any communicator!

Great book for anyone looking to better their connecting and speaking skills. Not just for public speaking. For all speaking!

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  • Dawnette Palmore
  • 20-03-18

A must

this book is incredible. It is a must-read for
everyone. I loved this book. Excellent

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 14-03-18

John's book is very insightful and it's easy to apply the action steps to everyday communication.

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  • Elmer and Stephanie Williams
  • 01-03-18

I thought it was narrated by the author but it’s not

Great information. John Maxwell never ceases to teach in a simple to understand. Just not the author narrating is all.