• Improve Your Conversations: Think on Your Feet, Witty Banter, and Always Know What to Say with Improv Comedy Techniques

  • By: Patrick King
  • Narrated by: Jeremy Reloj
  • Length: 2 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 09-30-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Patrick King
  • 3.7 (222 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Does your mind blank at the worst times in a conversation and create awkward silences? Do you want to think faster on your feet? Do you run out of things to say and suck at keeping a conversation going? Or do you just wish you could be wittier and cleverer in every day conversation? Introverted? It's easier than you think.... All you need to do is just improv your conversations!
Improve Your Conversations teaches you how to use the ingenious framework from improv comedy and apply it directly to your everyday social interactions and conversations...and can't we learn something from the greatest improv comedians in the world, like Tina Fey and Will Ferrell? Improv comedy and memorable conversations have almost everything in common, from their premise to what makes them great to their end goals. In this book,I have pieced together the 14 best actionable and practical techniques from the improv comedy world designed to create conversational flow and connection...and simply have better interactions. You never know when a single connection can change your life, so make sure that each one is memorable. How will you learn to improv(e) your conversations?



The number one cause of awkward silences and how to beat them.
How to maintain an equal give and take for maximum conversational flow.
The three topics you can always go to when your mind blanks.
The mind-set to always know what to say and think quickly on your feet.
How to direct the conversation to exactly where you want.
What Sherlock Holmes has to do with great conversations.

Countless examples...and much more! Plus 14 insightful exercises to illustrate and practice each technique. This is not a book of generic, vague tips like "fake it 'til you make it" and "just make more eye contact and smile." No, this is a book of real tips that you can implement today to immediately increase your conversational fluency and flow.
©2015 Pei Kuo (P)2015 Pei Kuo
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By Leigh Espy on 02-08-16

If you really need help with the basics

This book is very basic. I was looking for information on how to "level-up" significantly, since I consider myself to have good conversation skills already. If you are really bad at conversation and need clear guidance, this this book could help. If you are already a decent conversationalist, then this may be too basic for you.

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By Amazon Customer on 11-02-15

Excellent Book

Easy to listen to and had very helpful tips on improving my conversation skills. I normally don't a review but I felt this book was worth the time to let people know it was helpful to me.

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By James on 07-21-17

**yawn**

What would have made Improve Your Conversations: Think on Your Feet, Witty Banter, and Always Know What to Say with Improv Comedy Techniques better?

How to improve your conversations: don't have a monotone voice like this narrator.

Would you be willing to try another book from Patrick King? Why or why not?

If it isn't narrated by the same person, possibly.

How could the performance have been better?

A narrator with a voice that changes tone every once in a while would be nice. I prefer not to fall asleep at the wheel when i'm listening to this on my daily commute. I couldn't even get through the first 2 chapters.

What character would you cut from Improve Your Conversations: Think on Your Feet, Witty Banter, and Always Know What to Say with Improv Comedy Techniques?

The narrator.

Any additional comments?

GET RID OF THE NARRATOR!!!!!!

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By Graham on 06-06-16

Good information to get you started.

I would have preferred a few more examples. However I found the content helpful and interesting to listen to.

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1 of 3 people found this review helpful

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