Always Know What to Say: Easy Ways to Approach and Talk to Anyone - Peter W. Murphy

Always Know What to Say: Easy Ways to Approach and Talk to Anyone

By Peter W. Murphy

  • Release Date: 2011-11-15
  • Genre: Self-Improvement
Always Know What to Say: Easy Ways to Approach and Talk to Anyone book review score

3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 5,811 Ratings)

Always Know What to Say: Easy Ways to Approach and Talk to Anyone Peter W. Murphy Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Want to know the easy way to approach and make conversation with new people? In this book you`ll discover simple ways to ensure you always have something interesting to talk about.

Find out how popular people make it look so easy and how you can do the same.

This book covers the following strategies:

- How to Approach Someone to Start a Conversation
- 9 Great Ways to Confidently Approach Anyone
- How to Stop Feeling Nervous When Meeting New People
- What to Say When Introducing Yourself to New People
- 6 Easy Ways to Avoid Getting Stuck for Words
- 10 Interesting Topics of Conversation for Every Occasion
- The Best Questions to Keep a Conversation Going
- How to Shine in Conversation with Listening Skills
- How to Use Body Language to Read People Like a Book
- Show People You Like Them and Make Friends with Ease

Start reading this book now and you`ll enjoy better conversation skills and have much more fun talking to the people in your day to day life.

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User reviews about this book

  • Great

    By gamiinglc
    This is a great book for building confidence and conversation.
  • Ok

    By Netty kay
    I felt like the author was stating the same things over and over with only a few basic ideas. It could have been a shorter book without all of the repetition.
  • Too much of repetition

    By Snehalbhai Tandel
    Almost half of the book keeps repeating the content. I would say, the scope was too little to be stretched for so many pages. Vocab wasn’t impressive at all. But, I could understand the motive of author here, so I would look forward to sufficiently scoped version.
  • Good book

    By SamChery
    Good insights
  • Always know what to say

    By Brandon Zhang love passion
    The book is great!The point of view is profound and inspirational.What impressed me mostly are the instructions to practice which are very detailed and operational.Thanks a million to the author!
  • Great

    By HenryS.#49
  • Great read

    By mauriceo dawson
    This book breaks down people and personalities in a way we all need to learn. All the awkward moments when meeting new people are covered in this book. This should be a college course for freshmen so they can learn how to control and conduct themselves in a uncomfortable public setting.
  • Great fundamentals

    By Andrev1078
    Very good book. It teaches the basic rules for developing great social habits. It will tell you why you don’t have friends and how to get them without losing yourself.
  • Solid Read!

    By Boggsy77
    I thought this was a solid and simple read. It’s good information and straight to the point. This easy-to-follow book is sure to help anyone work on their conversationalism should they put the practices into place. :)
  • Surfaces

    By Bootywarya
    This book gives no insight. It barely touches the surface of the issues. “Oh you’re quiet, well popular people aren’t” “Travel to new places” Oh my. Haven’t thought of any of this before 😒

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