Improve Your Social Skills is a comprehensive, practical guide to social skills. It contains easy-to-understand explanations of social interaction, written by a professional social skills coach whose TEDx talk on overcoming the social challenges of Asperger's syndrome has been viewed over 100,000 times
You'll learn how to:
(and keep conversation flowing smoothly)
Read body language
(and use your own body language to signal friendliness and confidence)
Meet new people
(and make friends with them)
Tell stories in conversation
(that don't bore your audience)
Combat shyness and social anxiety
(a little courage every day adds up)
(without manipulation or sneaky tricks)
I'm Dan Wendler, and I wrote this book because I believe everyone deserves a place to belong, and I didn't want poor social skills to hold anyone back from friendship and community - even if they struggle with social skills.
I know firsthand how hard it is to struggle socially. Growing up I was bullied, harassed, and excluded - no matter how hard I tried to fit in. It wasn't until I was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome that I put the puzzle pieces together. I realized I struggled socially because I didn't have any social skills. And just like any other skill, social skills can be learned.
The guide you're about to hear is a compilation of the social principles I've learned during my lifetime of personal social skills study, as well as the techniques I developed while offering hundreds of hours of social skills coaching. These principles led me to a life full of close friendship and satisfying connection
I believe that you, too can live a life full to the brim with friendship, connection, and love. I hope that after listening to Improve Your Social Skills, you'll believe it too.
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