Communication, Effectiveness, Personal Development, psychology

How to talk to anyone By Leil Lowndes

One of the most crucial skills we have in life is the ability to communicate with others — friends, family, coworkers, and strangers. And good communication skills are so much more than just the words you choose. It’s your tone of voice, body language, sensitivity to subtleties, understanding your listeners, and how you reply to the never-vanishing flow of emails and texts.

This week I read ‘How To talk to Anyone’ by Leil Lowndes. Through her Entertaining and straight-shooting style, she reveals the secrets and psychology behind successful communication. The book offers no less than 92 easy-to-use techniques that will help us do just that!

For the purpose of this video, we have extracted the essence and grouped them into three overall categories.

#1 Prepare

Before entering into a social situation, preparing your mind and body is critical.

#2 Engage

Once you have your body language and physical appearance in place, the time has come to initiate contact.

#3 Execute

Now that you have their attention, it is time to master the art of conversation.

We hope you will enjoy this animated summary, where we will walk you through each step in further detail. 

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