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How to Succeed with People: Remarkably Easy Ways to Engage, Influence and Motivate Almost Anyone (Paperback)Paul McGee
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Let's face it, if you want any sort of success in lifeyou re going to have to deal with other people at some point.All success requires input from other people even if you'veinvented something in your bedroom, eventually, you're going toneed to interact with people to take it to the next level. And evenif you don t desperately hanker after success, you surelywant to be liked, have friends, get on well with people? Learninghow to better communicate and interact with others can really helpto improve your life from ensuring you enjoy parties moreto turning you into a roaring success magnet. So whether you dreadsocial events with a passion and spend evenings cringing in acorner, or just want to have better relationships at work and inlife, then How to Succeed With People, written inPaul s characteristic down to earth, approachable style, canhelp you become a people magnet.
Learn how to: * Hold people s attention when you talk * Listen and react properly to what others are saying ordoing * Better confront, complain and deal with difficultconversations * Give compliments and praise * Deal with interviews, networking events, difficultconversations and more * And much more
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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