The Alpha Male's Guide to Mastering the Art of Small Talk

  • by Sean Lysaght
  • Narrated by J. Alexander
  • 1 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Do you dread work functions? Are you anxious at parties? Avoid networking events?
One of the biggest epiphanies I had in life was that social skills are just that...skills.
You are no more naturally shy than you are naturally unable to drive a car. You just don't have the practice or guide to teach you.
That's where The Alpha Male's Guide to Mastering the Art of Small Talk comes in!
Want to be more magnetic, attractive, and able to win friends and influence people? Then look no further!
The Alpha Male's Guide to Mastering the Art of Small Talk presents a step-by-step process to enhance your social skills and intelligence.
What can social skills do for you?

More Relationships
More Efficiency: Avoid People You Don't Like
Better Career Opportunities
Become More Attractive to Women
Great Communication Skills
Improved Quality of Life

Sound good? Here's what you'll learn:

The Art of Small Talk
The Alpha Male Communicator
The Mindset Behind Great Communication
Getting Out of Your Head
Practical Tips to Become Present
Conversation and Context
Icebreakers for Attracting Women
Approaching Women in ANY Setting
Business Communication Tactics
The Art of Giving Value
Making the Right First Impression
Building Attraction: The Volume Knob Analogy
The Building Blocks of Charisma
Effective Listening
And much, much more...

Mastering the Art of Small Talk will take your life to the next level! It did for me! Imagine being able to walk into a crowded room and completely work it. Imagine being confident in moving to a new city and being able to make friends in no time. Imagine going up to the hottest girl you see and conversing as if you are talking to your best friend.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Not recommended reading

with a sea of very good work out there, I feel an obligation to discourage people from buying books that are unnecessary. first of all, this book is 1.5 hours. second, it's full of truisms and generalities and popular studies that may be new to some but we're not new to me. there was nothing new here that I needed to hear. the information was not even presented in a new and profound way. it's just one person's rehash of existing literature and thinking.

don't get me wrong. it's a well produced work. well written and composed and reads easily. there is some value in hearing the same info over again. but again I can't recommend because there are so many other works out there that go deeper and are much more valuable.

the worst part is that really wasn't what i expected. it provided very little concrete, practical information on conversation. I would not call this a guide. I'm going to ask for a refund for this reason.
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- N. Lujan

Horrible narrator but content is decent.

I don't know what the publisher was thinking when they hired the most monotone narrator money can buy.

I did learn a couple of things from the author about eye contact and volume of your voice but that is honestly it.
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- Adam James Pierce

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-26-2016
  • Publisher: Sean Lysaght