Small Talk Skills

  • by Jacob Andrews
  • Narrated by Dave Wright
  • 1 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Are you afraid to start a conversation? Have you ever wanted to talk to someone but didn't know what to say? Ever felt awkward when you first meet someone? Do you think small talk is a waste of time?
If so, this book is for you!
Here is what you will learn by reading Small Talk Skills:

Become an effective conversationalist
Make a good first impression
Create rapport using small talk skills
The importance of non-verbal communication and how to use it to your advantage
Deal with social anxiety
Tactics to overcome the fear of speaking to individuals as well as to groups
Create a connection with another person
Use icebreakers to get the conversation started
Keep conversations going and get the other person talking
How to end a conversation
Converse with confidence
Never be at a loss for words again
Being good at small talk is a powerful skill to have. It will prove to be invaluable when you are on a job interview, at a party, or want to approach someone you think could be a future romantic partner.
Click the "Buy Now" button to start mastering small talk now.


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Customer Reviews

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What would have made Small Talk Skills better?

This book will drive you crazy while listening, I wish I could stand to listen to it again to count how many times "he or she", "him or her", "him or herself" and "hence" was used. Do not waste your time or money.

What was most disappointing about Jacob Andrews’s story?

It was not useful to me at all.

Would you be willing to try another one of Dave Wright’s performances?

The narrator was "ok" but he story/book was horrible.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?


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- Rem

Big rumble about Smalltalk

Very disappointing when the title promises certain topic, but the content goes over anything and everything except that one topic. When the book is so short, you would expect the author to go right to the point, but it did not.

This short book serves to be a good one for absolute beginners in communications. It goes over personal distance, eye contact, ,… nothing beyond the common sense. Only in the last 2 chapters it starts to "touch" on small talk. Nothing Profound.
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- Michel

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-20-2014
  • Publisher: Jason Cannon