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If you want to be one of the most successful people who can leave a good legacy, then being influential and persuasive is something that you ought to develop. Both these traits will allow you to affect the actions, opinions and ideas of others. This makes them not only valuable managerial skills, but also extremely useful in highly collaborative organizations.
If developing your influential and persuasive personality is your main goal, then this book, “Influence: The Science behind Persuasion: How to Make People Think What you Want” can be a huge help. It contains almost everything that you need to know about the power and science of influence and persuasion – the principles behind it, its different types, key elements, benefits and how to become the influential and persuasive person that you want to be.
Public speaking is a true art and one that takes a lot of time and effort, in order to master. A wise person once said that all great speakers were bad at first, which clearly suggests that experience equals improvement. Ever since we are young, we are taught to communicate and engage in social interaction, voicing our own opinions regarding this subject. In a way, public speaking is a refined form of social interaction and one that requires a lot of preparation, in order to make sure that you are reaching your audience in a proper manner.
Small talk is more essential than you think. You may think that it is unnecessary since it is just about trivial matters, but it actually has a huge impact to various areas of your life. In fact, it serves as the foundation of the daily welfare of many people – not only in their private lives, but also in their careers.
Small talks are useful in the sense that these can create a good atmosphere in various environments. In the workplace, for instance, you can use it before a meeting formally begins, thereby developing a more relaxed atmosphere. Perhaps, you can ask your colleague about the morning traffic or the weather.
The good thing about doing so is that it allows you to connect to people. It shows them that you are willing to hear what they have to say, and that you are interested to talk to them. It’s also a good way for introverts, especially those uncomfortable in social settings, to at least make their presence felt.
Human communication is far more complex than we can imagine, with the majority of the information being transmitted through non-verbal signals. Unfortunately, not many of us are perceptive and we often fail to pick up on these signals, which affects the entire value of the respective interaction. It is true that it takes time to master the art of nonverbal communication and we are more than pleased to present a book that can help you in such pursuits.
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