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A comprehensive summary of Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know about the People We Don’t Know by Malcolm Gladwell.

There are audiobooks and there are audiobooks! Talking to Strangers is nothing short of powerful, insightful, and highly revelatory. Behind many happenings and events lay theories to support claims and opinions put forward by people. 

This book however demystifies many of these theories, especially with regards to how to talk to strangers. It tears the very fabric of what you should look out for when talking to strangers and replaces them with proven, real time instances that shape and redefine your outlook of the subject matter. 

Talking to Strangers is not just a book. It is a tool for building successful and honest interpersonal relationships with those you know, as much as those you do not.

This summary audiobook, contains a comprehensive, well detailed summary and key takeaways of the original book by Gladwell. It summarizes the book in detail, to help people effectively understand, articulate and imbibe the original work.

Here is a quick glance of what you will find in this audiobook;

  • Executive summary of the book Talking to Strangers,
  • The key takeaways from each chapter and
  • Brief chapter-by-chapter summaries

This audiobook is a must-listen for everyone. You can start and finish this in an hour or less.

The audiobook will help enhance your experience. Give you deeper insight, fresher perspectives, and help you obtain ultimate comprehension. It’s also perfect for a quick refresh on the main points/ideas of discussion in the original book.

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Attention: This is a supplementary guide meant to enhance your reading experience of Malcolm Gladwell's book Talking to Strangers. It is not the original book nor is it intended to replace the original book.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 10-07-20

Storytelling but nothing to really learn

They only do some storytelling and that's it, I haven't read the original book so guess it's the author's fault

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  • 22-05-20

no actionable tips or tricks :-(

I expected the summary to be a fast track to the "what and how" to talk to strangers and garner more from them. instead this was a summary of the case studies in the book i.e. what people didn't know from having talked to Hitler, well we all know how that turned out. a better summary would have been how or what those people speaking to him as strangers should have looked out for.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 27-03-20

Am touched

This book moved me to take a deeper look at myself, most importantly my attitude and relationship with strangers. thanks for making it short and helpful