Learn the social skills and mindset to become better at talking to people.
Book one: It’s not always easy to break the ice, know what to talk about, or even to get yourself to open your mouth. Besides that, there are many things to take into account, like whom you’re talking to, what social class or status that person has, differences in communication practices, etc. In this audiobook, all of those things will be briefly explained to you.
Book two: When you learn what people are like, you can interact with them better, understand them better, and foresee what they are going to do. You can empathize with them better and play into their way of thinking. Whether it’s your coworkers, your significant other, your kids, or extended family members and friends, learning how to analyze personalities is valuable.
Book three: You’ve probably heard it before: Most of what you’re saying doesn’t comes out of your mouth. We constantly send mixed signals by the way we walk, move, sit, or look.
Book four: We all use body language, every day, even every minute. Some of us are aware of these subtle (or sometimes obvious) signs. Others are completely oblivious to it. If you’re ready to learn more about what certain signs mean in regard to which emotion or message they convey, then you should listen to this brief guide.