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  • 92 Little Tricks for Big Success in Relationships
  • 著者: Leil Lowndes
  • ナレーター: Joyce Bean, Leil Lowndes
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How to Talk to Anyone

著者: Leil Lowndes
ナレーター: Joyce Bean,Leil Lowndes
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あらすじ・解説

"You'll not only break the ice, you'll melt it away with your new skills." -Larry King

"The lost art of verbal communication may be revitalized by Leil Lowndes." -Harvey McKay, author of How to Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive

What is that magic quality that makes some people instantly loved and respected? Everyone wants to be their friend (or, if single, their lover). In business, they rise swiftly to the top of the corporate ladder. What is their “Midas touch?”

What it boils down to is a more skillful way of dealing with people.

The author has spent her career teaching people how to communicate for success. In her book How to Talk to Anyone, Lowndes offers 92 easy and effective sure-fire success techniques - she takes the listener from first meeting all the way up to sophisticated techniques used by the big winners in life. In this information-packed audiobook you’ll find:

  • 9 ways to make a dynamite first impression
  • 14 ways to master small talk, “big talk,” and body language
  • 14 ways to walk and talk like a VIP or celebrity
  • 6 ways to sound like an insider in any crowd
  • 7 ways to establish deep subliminal rapport with anyone
  • 9 ways to feed someone’s ego (and know when NOT to!)
  • 11 ways to make your phone a powerful communications tool
  • 15 ways to work a party like a politician works a room
  • 7 ways to talk with tigers and not get eaten alive

In her trademark entertaining and straight-shooting style, Leil gives the techniques catchy names so you’ll remember them when you really need them, including: “Rubberneck the Room,” “Be a Copyclass,” “Come Hither Hands,” “Bare Their Hot Button,” “The Great Scorecard in the Sky,” and “Play the Tombstone Game,” for big success in your social life, romance, and business.

How to Talk to Anyone, which is an update of her popular book, Talking the Winner's Way (see the 5-star reviews of the latter) is based on solid research about techniques that work!

By the way, don't confuse How to Talk to Anyone with one of Leil's previous books, How to Talk to Anybody About Anything. This one is completely different!

©2003 Leil Lowndes. (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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  • 2016/09/19

Good info, but painful to listen to

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I found some good information in this book, but I would have found it SO MUCH BETTER if the 92 tricks were listed instead of having to listen to this entire book. Part of the problem is that 92 tips and tricks are far too many to remember. There are a lot of good pointers, but there are way too many ideas expressed here. More detailed examples and explanations of fewer tips and tricks would probably be more effective... would make them easier to incorporate into actual interpersonal communications.

But far worse is her old-timey way of writing (and presumably speaking). Most of the reviews are correct... the language she uses is so outdated (I've never heard the word 'golly' so many times in my life), the generalizations are pain (and I am anything but PC), and her constant use of alliteration is cringe-worthy (and I almost always appreciate alliteration). I don't believe 90% of her stories about this friend or that acquaintance. They just sound so stilted. And if it wasn't for a few awkward uses of modern-day terms, I'd think this book was written in Dale Carnegie's day (Amazon says the book was released in 2003). She may be an expert in modern-day communication, but she sounds like she belongs in a 1940s newsreel.

I'm only through #57, and I may try to find the list online to get the rest of them without subjecting myself to more uses of terms like 'big winners' and 'fat cats.' Glad I got it on-sale.

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  • TheTechDoc
  • 2016/03/04

Too self important

This book has a few good tips, but the author is far too pretentious for me. I expected a book with communication tips (of which there are some), but the book is much more about manipulating people to benefit oneself.

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  • Gudrun
  • 2016/04/29

It could do with some editing

Some of this is very helpful and might change the way you interact with people. But it needs cutting down it seems very longwinded and repetitive in parts. It is also a little dated.

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  • Patrick Detmer
  • 2016/11/14

superficial

92 tricks? Is that really practical to remember? A lot of information in this story was repeated or focused on superficial manipulation of others. I love books on audible but this was a real struggle to finish.

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  • Mr. Barker
  • 2016/10/05

Less about how to talk to anyone and more about playing the game

The book makes some good points, however, it also comes across as very manipulative and insincere. Many of the tactics that are portrayed as bulletproof can easily be seen through. It's more about how to play the "game."

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  • LynneKLR
  • 2015/12/28

The purplest of prose

The information in this book is interesting, but the delivery is godawful. The writing is terrible and the author reads the text in lilting, smarmy tones. I'm going to find a print version so I can skim the bad writing and cheesy anecdotes to glean the concepts, some of which are thought provoking.

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  • 2017/01/02

so outdated

Has How to Talk to Anyone turned you off from other books in this genre?

I had to look at the date it was written and couldn't believe it was 2015. I thought it was something from the 30's or 40's. Sorry, but a good one to go to sleep with.

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  • Melissa Montana-Sharette
  • 2016/03/24

Great despite some bad reviews

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Some say the reading is smarmy and annoying. I can see why they say that about the author who reads only the introduction.

Some say the names for techniques are goofy and patronizing. I say they are good memory aids. They are goofy and inspire visual images, which are easier to remember.

Some say the author sounds too self-congratulatory about her many important friends and her uniquely superior save-the-day wisdom. I was just a bit annoyed by this. But I appreciate personal stories as examples. Stories are easier to remember. It's part of her job as a writer to sell you on the usefulness of the suggestions. Besides, I don't care if she is a bit self-important. That doesn't change my evaluation of the usefulness of the suggestions.

Some say the techniques are manipulative. I don't think so. In fact some of her tips specifically discussed the line between manipulation and sincerity and warns that unless you are completely sincere it will backfire. I think tips are good manners, and good manners are about being aware of how you affect other people. It's about being considerate.

Some say that her examples were dated and out of touch. Well, I may be out of touch myself, but didn't think so. The only dated examples that stood out to me were her suggestion of calling the chamber of commerce and using the world wide web. (hahaha) That hardly invalidates all the interpersonal awareness taught in the book.

I found the suggestions extremely helpful. Some I realized I already do but was really glad for the reminder. Others, I had no idea and I wish someone had told me!

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  • Trey Malone
  • 2016/02/16

Painful Writing

I've got to be honest- I couldn't finish the listen. The writing style is painfully cliche, the advice is anecdotal at best, and the whole thing reads like the author is pandering to herself. Save your money- or better yet, read Dale Carnegie's classic instead.

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  • MARK E.
  • 2016/01/12

Tips are gender neutral enough for this guy

This book will be completely relatable to both men and women. It is not by a woman for women.

The narration is clear, pleasant and has a good pace.

I liked the "big cats/ little cats" theme. The author explains not only how each behaves, but explains why one approach is better and how to deploy the big cat strategy.

Each topic concluded with the perfect blend of concept, imagery, examples and action items.

I couldn't help but think, "Oh, that's why!", "Whoops!" or "Now I know how to..." as I listened.

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  • 2018/08/29

American people and how to deal with them

Most of the scenarios in this are based around being American and how an American would respond.

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  • Open Ears
  • 2016/10/10

So dull and so unoriginal!

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Ugh! This was awful, now i can understand why it has so many bad reviews! Thought i would take a chance but i really regret it. Such old fashioned and unrealistic nonsense, told in a patronising and annoying way. Very unimpressed with this one!

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  • Nice Biscuit
  • 2016/09/20

Good book but annoying narration

I liked the book and the content is informative and interesting but the narration after a while began to irritate me.

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  • Jensen de Groene
  • 2018/08/21

Started off on the right track but quickly became

I didn't find this book very useful at all. The advice in it seems to be aimed at dinner parties, and is heavily focused on a commercialised end-goal.
The author has littered the book full of contrived anecdotes that I struggle to believe happened anywhere near to how she described them.
It's a shame, because the first few chapters were really interesting, but then it became 6 hours of padding and common sense discussion points.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2016/04/15

Brilliant advice for all situations

Just about to listen again to cement these pearls of wisdom solidly in my brain. These life-changing words will help anyone in any situation to make the most of their communication. An absolute must read.

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  • 2017/07/17

One of the best books on communication

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

One of the best books on communication I've ever come across. I read it multiple times because the messages in it are valuable and have helped me come a long way in securing a career at Shell. I'm happy to have found this book at the time I did. Thank you to the author of this masterpeice!

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  • Juls
  • 2018/03/14

Awful, Dull, Boring.

I Couldn't even get past first chapter. Really really annoying voice!! Deadly dull content too.

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  • Paschal
  • 2016/07/17

American

All of the advice was good.

A lot of the examples might be more appropriate for an American audience.

Worth listening to and enjoyable though.

I'm not sure if I learned a lot.

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  • T S Hodgson
  • 2018/03/21

Nothing new

I persisted until the end of this book but it was quite a slog. None of the ideas presented were new to me and I found the author's name dropping followed by dreary lists of what that person has accomplished incredibly tedious.

I will be returning this book.

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  • Mr. A. B.
  • 2017/12/28

Great guide to behavior

as the title suggests Facebook lists 92 topics which are elaborated in detail of how to use the topics in the relevant situations. It provides detailed examples of how to apply what you read. I would recommend anyone who is interested in improving their situational awareness in social circles, and social skill aptitude.

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  • Stuart
  • 2017/02/01

Wow Wow Wow!!!

As someone who has always struggled with insecurities when talking to people this book has been an absolute life changer.
My issues came to a head one night at my friend's 45th birthday where I struggled to talk to people and in the end went home upset and at my wits end as to the reasons why conversations developed either side of me and I was always left facing to backs at the table.
I might add that I am the owner/director of a successful software business and consider I am well above average intelligence. I just didn't know how to communicate and make people feel comfortable talking to me.
I searched around and after listening to various snippets of a few communications book I chose this one....
This is where I have to add a warning, "if you relate to my story above, this book will literally change your life". It had an IMMEDIATE impact with me, in less than hour I'd learnt skills of first approach, something that used to make me tremor. I now chat to many many people at the gym and in shops, at street crossings etc etc AND I look forward to those chats now.
If I could give this book 100 stars I definitely would.
Thank you Leil Lowndes for changing my life

Stuart Otto from DownUnder













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  • Jed Atkinson
  • 2017/04/16

mostly useless

It starts off great, but 92 is just way too much. All of the good content is at the start of the book.

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  • Richard King
  • 2019/03/30

Why I did not finish this book

I am unable to finish this book as the author's voice is excruciatingly painful to listen to. There are only certain American voices you can listen to for hours on end.

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  • DDD
  • 2017/08/02

Wordy and trite

This is a book that would have been improved greatly from cutting down on wordy explanations fraught with alliteration, slang, gendered case and unnecessary synonyms. These made the audio-book dull and feel trite. For the majority of the book I felt that 92 was too high a goal for the author and that the number of techniques should have been compressed into 40 "worth while reading" techniques rather than watering down the quality with quantity.

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  • melody
  • 2017/05/31

disappointing

If this book wasn’t for you, who do you think might enjoy it more?

I only managed to listen for an hour...I think if you are clueless about human interaction eg. how to smile etc this book could be worthwhile. I wasn't looking for advice on how to fake conversations by smiling in a certain way etc. I'll be returning this book

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  • Matt Corey
  • 2017/02/07

Irony

While the books creates and makes many interesting and useful points, unfortunately the good points are overshadowed by many bad points and ironies throught out.

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  • Jordan
  • 2017/02/02

American flavour, but excellent presentation

I enjoyed the stories and the way the tips were presented and revister through the reading. Many of the stories fit an American context, however I found I could 'translate' many of them to an Australian context. I very much recommend this book to anyone interested in learning about communication