How to Talk to Anyone

  • by Jennifer Alison
  • Narrated by Rachel Austin
  • 3 hrs and 2 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

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

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Awesome Book!

What did you love best about How to Talk to Anyone?

This book is the kind of book that I think everyone should read and/or listen to. Jennifer provides very real strategies and advice for overcoming the doubt or anxiety that may be associated with certain social situations. Social anxiety can be a crippling thing, and it’s something that many of us go through. I think that Jennifer does a great job in offering her advice. The best part about it is that what she offers, her solutions, are incredibly practical and easy to apply to your own life. That’s what makes it such a great read. If you’re looking for answers to problems that keep surfacing—shyness, the inability to maintain a quality conversation, difficult thoughts, feelings, tough circumstances—then you will want to check this out.


Any additional comments?

Definitely going to recommend this to my friends. In a way, helping spread this information to other people kind of helps all of us in the end. If we all approach social interactions with a level of openness and comfort then it just means that conversations, social gatherings, etc will be more fun and engaging. Glad that I read it!

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- Alamak

Very helpful book. Good for everybody

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

I’m not a shy person but I don’t enjoy prolonged conversations. I learned more about why my conversational style sometimes rub people the wrong way. I guess I need to be more open to other people’s ideas and try not to always moderate conversations. People tend to react positively to empathy, I’m more likely to point out what you did wrong than tell you sorry. I haven’t gotten the hang of it but I think now if I’m not sure how to respond, I just stay quiet. I guess saying nothing beats saying the wrong thing.


What insight do you think you’ll apply from How to Talk to Anyone?

Practicing reading body language with the TV on mute. It felt like learning to walk around blindfolded. It already improved my manner of approach when I have a few minutes to observe a potential client from a distance. I at least have a rough idea of their moods and this also allows me decide the best way to talk to them.


Any additional comments?

I’ll recommend the book to my friends. In my line of work, being a good conversationalist is very important and I think this book has a lot of good tips they can learn from.

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- Ava M.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-07-2016
  • Publisher: Jennifer Alison Publishing