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  • Conversation Skills Secrets & the Relationship Communication Cure 2 In 1: Why Not Knowing These Communication Skills Might Be Detrimental to Your Personal and Business Relationships

  • By: Joshua Larson
  • Narrated by: Brian Housewert, Matt Buzonas
  • Length: 5 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Business & Careers, Career Success
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Summary

Are you sometimes a bit socially awkward and get easily trapped in unpleasant conversations or strange silence?

Do you feel that in your daily relationships, there is a clear hierarchy of power and you feel a bit hopeless or fearful in the low-power position? Are conflicts in your relationship escalating way more often than you would like to and even seemingly small things lead to big discomfort for both of you? 

If you answered yes to at least one of the questions above, then this guide was specifically written to cater to your needs.

Both in the business and in the private world, a good first impression and the ability to hold small-talk is crucial and can provide you with a significant advantage over people who are less able.

The reason why the first impression is so powerful is that the human brain judges information sequentially, according to Arthur Dobrin, a researcher in the science of first impressions.

This book includes:

  • Conversation Skills Secrets: How You Can Extend Your Influence in Conversations to Have More Success in Life
  • The Relationship Communication Cure: Communication Mistakes Almost Every Couple Makes and How to Fix Them

In Conversation Skills Secrets & The Relationship Communication Cure 2 In 1 you’ll discover:

  • The four little-known, but absolutely crucial techniques to INSTANTLY handle people better (No matter if it’s at work or in your personal life!)
  • The six exact reasons why people are well liked by others - and how to become this person that seems to get along with nearly anybody!
  • The five little-known real shortcuts to INSTANTLY improve your communication with your partner (Even if you only listen to this small section, you could see a dramatic change!)
  • How it is possible to influence and convince people in a positive way, so that both of you will benefit
  • And much, much more!

Even if you feel that you currently completely lack the interpersonal skills to deal with tense and difficult situations or defuse a hot conversation, the extensive research that went into this guide and the practical applications and exercises will help you develop and cultivate your ability to master any hurdle in a relationship with your family, friends, your spouse, or the boss.

So if you want to finally access the tricks and tips most experts don’t even know and finally unlock your full potential as a confident conversationalist, click “Add to Cart” now!

©2018 Joshua Larson (P)2018 Joshua Larson

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  • Angelia Ellers
  • 13-02-19

Easy to understand and quick to "get through."

Easy to understand and quick to "get through." I found my first read through overwhelming, but nicely wrapped up in the last chapter. Highly recommended!

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  • Francina Renard
  • 13-02-19

I love the audiobook.

I love the audiobook. The speed is perfect for listening while driving. It provides very practical techniques illustrated by vivid life examples. Whether as a member in the Corporate America or a parent, I found this book to be such a useful tool/guide and wish I had got it earlier in my life.

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  • Toccara Yeats
  • 14-02-19

They really work!

It’s amazing how the authors have been able to synthesize how we will behave during these moments and give us the right tools to compensate our “hot blood”, take advantage of these tools, they really work!

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  • Lauri Gribble
  • 14-02-19

I just finished listening to this book.

I just finished listening to this book and found it insightful, practical, and applicable for anyone who would like to grow in their ability to have successful outcomes in the conversations that matter most.

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  • Kristle Grabert
  • 14-02-19

I used to feel like that all the time.

I used to feel like that all the time. I couldn't understand why. So my aunt recommended this book, and it opened my eyes to why I was communicating the way I was, and also what I could do better.

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  • Fletcher Brzezinski
  • 14-02-19

I have just finished listening to this book.

I have just finished listening to this book. Nevertheless it’s been a while since I started applying what I was listening to and it really worked.

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  • Adan Yockey
  • 14-02-19

Also in relationship with yourself.

There have been several times when I have thrown this book across the room because of what it was saying. It challenges you, makes you think, and creates in you a want to change the way that you are in relationship to make yourself better, not just for those around you, but also in relationship with yourself.

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  • Lauretta Cola
  • 14-02-19

I really liked this book.

I really liked this book. It made me understand what was lacking from my communication style, and enabled me to take an introductory step in that direction.

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  • Fredricka Sanson
  • 14-02-19

I found this book to be hugely helpful.

I found this book to be hugely helpful. The authors' methodology for dealing with an awkward conversation seems to be well-researched.

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  • Catherine Mcclane
  • 14-02-19

The importance of responsibility to who and how.

This piece of word is so desperately needed then and now. It informed my own writing where I then add the importance of responsibility to who and how we are in the world.