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5 Books That Teach to Communicate and Talk

There are people who are born with the ability to find common ground and connect with others. They can easily communicate with family, friends, colleagues. But unfortunately, this skill in itself is extremely rare.

So we have compiled for you a selection of books that teach the techniques of mastering the word.

Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most

Bruce Patton, Douglas Stone, Sheila Heen

Книга «Difficult Conversations. How to Discuss What Matters Most» Брюс  Паттон / Брюс Петтон, , купить на YAKABOO.ua | 9780670921348

Recognizing the problem is the first step to solving it. The second step is to voice it. But not everyone can go from the first to the second.

More precisely, most of us try to jump to the third step at once, solving any problem on our own.

The authors of this book teach how to talk – with a spouse, with parents or children, with employers or employees. After all, properly communicating your thoughts to other people is an essential condition for a happy life, especially if you are not a hermit ascetic who lives alone somewhere in the woods.

The book will teach you to communicate, negotiate and solve problems through intelligent communication.

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How to Enjoy Your Life and Your Job

Dale Carnegie

How To Enjoy Your Life And Your Job - Kindle edition by Carnegie, Dale.  Self-Help Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

The cult American psychologist and writer, author of many bestsellers Dale Carnegie gives advice that helps to look at life more positively and enjoy it, build relationships with colleagues and not drown in everyday routine.

After reading this book, you will definitely reconsider your approach to life, communication and work.

And most importantly – you can make every day bright, interesting and unforgettable. Even if it seems that there are no prerequisites for this.

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Taking the Work Out of Networking (An Introvert’s Guide to Making Connections That Count) 

Karen Wickre

Taking the Work Out of Networking: An Introvert's Guide to Making  Connections That Count: Karen Wickre: 9781508278412: Amazon.com: Books

Are you an introvert who is horrified simply by the thought of communicating with other people, especially strangers? Don’t panic!

Karen Wickre has prepared for you a practical guide to communication, which will not only teach you to find a common ground with other people, but also significantly expand your comfort zone. In her book, the author teaches how to build relationships with employers and co-workers, as well as to perceive communication as something natural and easy. Even if you are an introvert.

By the way, extroverts will also like the book. After all, we live in a world where networking is an indispensable skill of every successful person. So you should always keep yourself in shape.

In addition, the author writes in easy and accessible language, so reading will definitely be enjoyable.

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Everything Is F*cked: A Book about Hope

Mark Manson

Amazon.com: Everything Is F*cked: A Book about Hope (9780062888433):  Manson, Mark: Books

Tired of boring small talks and the same topics for communication? Then this book is just for you!

American writer and blogger Mark Manson looks at things like money, politics, the Internet, relationships and even happiness, teaches how to treat them properly and breaks down popular stereotypes. And all this with humor and a slight irony.

After reading this book, you will always be able to support any conversation. And not just to support, but to express an alternative opinion.

And most importantly, you will become much more honest, and first of all – honest with yourself.

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Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know about the People We Don’t Know

Malcolm Gladwell

Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know about the People We Don't Know -  Kindle edition by Gladwell, Malcolm. Health, Fitness & Dieting Kindle  eBooks @ Amazon.com.

How often do you manage to “read” a stranger at the first meeting? And to establish a relationship with them after the first conversation?

In his book, Canadian writer Malcolm Gladwell gives good advice on how to behave when meeting other people, what to look for and how to present yourself. By mastering these techniques, you can easily tear off the masks of insincere people, and to build strong relationships.

This book will teach you to talk properly with strangers, reveal their intentions and, if necessary, calmly and without conflict to fight off those who came to you with a stone in your bosom.

The only condition is to use the acquired skills wisely and only with good intentions.

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