• How to Talk to Anyone

  • Overcome Shyness, Social Anxiety and Low Self-Confidence & Be Able to Chat to Anyone!
  • By: Jennifer Alison
  • Narrated by: Rachel Austin
  • Length: 3 hrs and 2 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 10-07-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Jennifer Alison Publishing
  • 4.3 (283 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The fear of talking to people is very real and effects millions of people - but fortunately it is completely curable. Overcome it fast with easy practical steps.
Feeling incapable of chatting to people is a horrific curse and one which can affect every part of your life. Don't let it ruin your life. Overcoming shyness, social anxiety, and low self-confidence fast. Get on with your life!
Dr. Jennifer Alisons' How to Talk to Anyone is a much praised international best seller, thanks to its practical and easy-to-implement advice. You do not need to become a doctor and learn endless and often useless medical jargon to become a great conversationalist or know to deal with difficult situations in your life. You just need good solid advice you can implement into your daily life immediately with ease.
Here's a preview of what you'll learn when you buy this book:

Overcome conversational obstacles fast
The secret trick that makes conversation so much easier!
Quickly overcome difficult thoughts, feelings & bad habits
Do not let social anxiety hold your back
What people want from a conversation & how to deliver it
The top 15 skills required to be a great conversationalist
Dealing with specific difficult circumstances
Get over shyness fast, day by day
And much more

©2016 Jennifer Alison (P)2016 Jennifer Alison
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Customer Reviews

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By Chris Lee on 11-28-16

Incredibly helpful

If you could sum up How to Talk to Anyone in three words, what would they be?

Very helpful book, full of very good practical advice - the best part is the advice actually felt realistic, it felt like things i could actually do in my own life.

What was one of the most memorable moments of How to Talk to Anyone?

Narration was very good. Loud, clear and engaging voice.

What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?

I guess the thing to remember is the things you will learn from this book will take time to seep in (although i found positive changes immediately!) as you cant expect to change a life-time of habits overnight, but stick with it, it does work. I am walking testament of that!

Any additional comments?

Dealing with social anxiety / anxiety / self-esteem / shyness issues is not easy but it can be beaten. This is a fantastic book that will give you a lot of the tools you need to progress in life.

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28 of 28 people found this review helpful

By Audioaddict on 11-26-16

Incredibly helpful.

If you could sum up How to Talk to Anyone in three words, what would they be?

Helpful, genuine and life-changing.

Any additional comments?

A genuinely incredible book, helpful to myself who suffers from social anxiety and shyness issues and I'm sure helpful to people from all walks of life.

I now find small-chat and striking up conversations quite easy - this is something i used to find, literally, impossible!

Excellent book, very helpful.

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22 of 22 people found this review helpful

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By ListenEveryday on 01-08-17

Shyness? What shyness??!?!? :)

What did you like most about How to Talk to Anyone?

My problem has always been shyness, since i was a kid. I hated social situations or anything i didn't have full control over. I have been following the advice in this book for about a month now and can feel myself gradually but surely getting better.

I no longer have huge fear over social situations, i am getting there slowly and for that i am very grateful to the author of this book. x

Any additional comments?

I liked the narrator a lot...only criticism would be the cover of this book which is not great.

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22 of 23 people found this review helpful

By Sasha on 04-18-17

Very helpful, fantastic book

Any additional comments?

Very helpful, original, easy to follow and effective. Fantastic booK!

I would recommend this to anyone who feels they need help with conversational matters, small talk, overcoming shyness etc.

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10 of 10 people found this review helpful

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By W1992 on 12-08-16

Incredible book, life changing in fact

Would you listen to How to Talk to Anyone again? Why?

YES many times, because it is full of so much info, it will take a few listens to really absorb it all.

Any additional comments?

Incredible book helping me deal with some pretty deep rooted social anxiety issues. I now find social gathering and talking to people (friends, family, opposite sex and strangers) so much easier, more natural and more effective. This is about proper honest communication, not cheap tricks.

A fantastic book and for me, life changing.

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9 of 9 people found this review helpful

By Open Ears on 10-26-16

Fantastic, helped me deal with social situations

What did you like most about How to Talk to Anyone?

It was realistic. I find a lot of books to be silly and not real life situations (or be horrendously out of date!!!) but this one was real, modern and applicable to life today.

Have you listened to any of Rachel Austin’s other performances? How does this one compare?

Never, but her voice was good.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I just recognised myself in some of the scenarios and most importantly i tried out some of the advice immediately and saw very positive results. I got pretty emotional over this to be honest, as i have been dealing with shyness (and self-esteem) issues all my life. It feels amazing to be slowly getting better.

Any additional comments?

This book as recommended to me by a friend on a forum (and i have already read another Jennifer Alison book) and i can see why. Its great, proper real work advice, laid out in a neat and very easy to follow way.

Sometimes, in our darkest hour, it seems that we cannot overcome major issues such as social anxiety / shyness / self-esteem, but really we can. I am walking testament to that. Do not give up. You can get better. Day by day, you CAN get better.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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