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<strong> New Book By Best-Selling Author Simon Ruddy - How To Talk To Anyone: 10 Tips To Become Fluent In Small Talk You Wish You Already Knew</strong>
Do social settings with strangers make you <strong>cringe</strong>? Do you try and talk to people who you don’t know that well, only to find that you come off sounding awkward or weird? If you’ve answered yes to either of these questions and you’re tired of putting yourself into these types of situations, then you need to download this book right away! <strong>Download How to Talk to Anyone: 10 Tips To Become Fluent In Small Talk You Wish You Already Knew</strong> right now if you want to immediately start learning essential tips on how to become better at small talk. For some people, small talk comes naturally, but the reality is that for many of us, small talk is a chore that we need to work on in order to become good at it.
<h1> What this book offers…</h1>
Imagine if instead of approaching a stranger and sounding unsure of yourself, you are perceived as <strong>sounding casual, easygoing, and confident</strong>. Many people who are not confident themselves portray a sense of confidence because they know what to say and when to say it so that their conversations seem effortless. You too can achieve this type of energy within a conversation, but you have to have the proper tools and information at your disposal in order to do so. That is what this book will be able to teach you. When you’re finished reading it, you’ll have a much more comprehensive understanding of what works and what doesn’t work when you’re meeting someone for the first time and want to make the <strong>best impression possible</strong>. It’s that simple.
<h1> What you'll learn</h1>
<li>How to find common ground with someone </li>
<li>Ways to talk about yourself in a way that doesn’t sound like you’re bragging or self-centered </li>
<li>How to position the conversation to be about the other person, rather than about yourself </li>
<li>How to properly integrate humor into small talk </li>
<li>Exit strategies that will help you remove yourself from a conversation in a timely manner. </li>
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