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We reveal the secrets of social butterflies! Instantly improve your people skills. Never feel awkward again when you meet new people. If you've worried about social anxiety, how to listen, what to say, and how to be interesting in your communication, this quick-read small talk guide will make you someone with charisma who people love to talk to. *New 2nd Edition: Update We reveal the secrets of social butterflies! Instantly improve your people skills. Never feel awkward again when you meet new people. If you've worried about social anxiety, how to listen, what to say, and how to be interesting in your communication, this quick-read small talk guide will make you someone with charisma who people love to talk to. *New 2nd Edition: Updated & Expanded! Includes new chapter: Small Talk for Dating and expanded chapter on Reading Body Language* If you’ve ever felt nervous before a work party, blind date, or friend’s dinner, worry no more after reading this book and getting awesome tips on improving your social skills, listening and charisma. If you buy Small Talk today, you will: Learn simple but effective techniques for starting and keeping conversations going Get dozens of new conversation starters you can use on anyone Master your listening ability with three simple tricks Discover why you already have great charisma, and you just need to practice Revolutionize how you think about your own communication skills Enhance the signals you are sending and receiving with body language Understand the ways people are communicating with you in a conversation Build confidence in your social skills Get ready to use questions and answers in conversation with charisma Develop new ways to understand communication See why small talk is actually very important to your success in work, social settings and your love life And much, more more! Download the ultimate small talk guide today to have better conversations Download our book to learn how to start conversations, how to improve your social skills and what kind of questions to ask people you’ve just met, when you learn how to be a better listener, how to start and end conversations, how to move on from social skill “mistakes,” and how to calm your nerves. Also learn what not to talk about and see a list of awesome questions to ask new acquaintances to get the conversation flowing and keep it interesting. The book is simple, short, has proven strategies, and you’ll be better right away at conversation and small talk. Download our Small Talk book and practice your new social skills tonight Instantly click and download to get all the strategies you need to become a better conversationalist tonight. Note: You don’t need a Kindle to read this small talk conversation book — read it in your browser with the Kindle Cloud Reader right now by clicking the buy button


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We reveal the secrets of social butterflies! Instantly improve your people skills. Never feel awkward again when you meet new people. If you've worried about social anxiety, how to listen, what to say, and how to be interesting in your communication, this quick-read small talk guide will make you someone with charisma who people love to talk to. *New 2nd Edition: Update We reveal the secrets of social butterflies! Instantly improve your people skills. Never feel awkward again when you meet new people. If you've worried about social anxiety, how to listen, what to say, and how to be interesting in your communication, this quick-read small talk guide will make you someone with charisma who people love to talk to. *New 2nd Edition: Updated & Expanded! Includes new chapter: Small Talk for Dating and expanded chapter on Reading Body Language* If you’ve ever felt nervous before a work party, blind date, or friend’s dinner, worry no more after reading this book and getting awesome tips on improving your social skills, listening and charisma. If you buy Small Talk today, you will: Learn simple but effective techniques for starting and keeping conversations going Get dozens of new conversation starters you can use on anyone Master your listening ability with three simple tricks Discover why you already have great charisma, and you just need to practice Revolutionize how you think about your own communication skills Enhance the signals you are sending and receiving with body language Understand the ways people are communicating with you in a conversation Build confidence in your social skills Get ready to use questions and answers in conversation with charisma Develop new ways to understand communication See why small talk is actually very important to your success in work, social settings and your love life And much, more more! Download the ultimate small talk guide today to have better conversations Download our book to learn how to start conversations, how to improve your social skills and what kind of questions to ask people you’ve just met, when you learn how to be a better listener, how to start and end conversations, how to move on from social skill “mistakes,” and how to calm your nerves. Also learn what not to talk about and see a list of awesome questions to ask new acquaintances to get the conversation flowing and keep it interesting. The book is simple, short, has proven strategies, and you’ll be better right away at conversation and small talk. Download our Small Talk book and practice your new social skills tonight Instantly click and download to get all the strategies you need to become a better conversationalist tonight. Note: You don’t need a Kindle to read this small talk conversation book — read it in your browser with the Kindle Cloud Reader right now by clicking the buy button

30 review for Small Talk: How to Talk to People, Improve Your Charisma, Social Skills, Conversation Starters & Lessen Social Anxiety

  1. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    I am an introvert and dread social occasions where I know there will be strangers. I am not a people person - which is why I was interested in listening to this book - and I 100% identified with the points made about feeling your heart beating faster, your palms sweating, stomach churning. That's me! But by listening to this book I definitely learned of some tricks to try and lessen those reactions, as well as how to develop a plan for handling small talk. Approaching a stranger is not high on m I am an introvert and dread social occasions where I know there will be strangers. I am not a people person - which is why I was interested in listening to this book - and I 100% identified with the points made about feeling your heart beating faster, your palms sweating, stomach churning. That's me! But by listening to this book I definitely learned of some tricks to try and lessen those reactions, as well as how to develop a plan for handling small talk. Approaching a stranger is not high on my list of things to do, but sometimes you can't avoid it. The next time I am put into this situation I know how to broaden topics of conversation so as to avoid one word responses for all parties involved. I also learned how to engage myself better while listening to the other person talk, because I am the person who is thinking of a good response to your story, as opposed to actually listening to you speak. Since the audio was only an hour long and I enjoyed the narrators voice, I will be listening to this over and over. The tips and tricks contained in this short self-help book are good in my opinion. Sure the tips and tricks are things you have probably heard before, but maybe not. Or maybe they haven't been explained to you in a way that you can put into practice. Regardless, as an introvert and social setting avoider, I liked this. I especially appreciated the tips on dating. First dates are killer, even if you know the person. I would really like a book dedicated to dating. I was provided a complimentary copy of this audio book in exchange for an honest review. And honestly, I recommend this for those who are looking for helpful advice, but don't want a long novel telling you what and how to do it. This book was just the right length - quick and to the point, but the chapters didn't feel rushed or glossed over. I give this 5 stars all round.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ad Basset

    "Weight training has a strategy of “training to failure,” which means lifting until your body physically cannot do it anymore. Your body “fails” at the task. So each time you make a social faux pas, you’re training your social skills to overcome failure, and therefore getting stronger." Short book, well structured and helpful tips. "Weight training has a strategy of “training to failure,” which means lifting until your body physically cannot do it anymore. Your body “fails” at the task. So each time you make a social faux pas, you’re training your social skills to overcome failure, and therefore getting stronger." Short book, well structured and helpful tips.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bob Elwell

    Brief and Remedial Lately I've been on a self improvement kick, and picked this book up on a recommendation from (wait for it) a BuzzFeed listicle. It was like $3 so I thought I didn't have much to lose, except my time. I read the whole book before my plane took off, and I don't feel like I learned anything that wasn't already in How To Win Friends and Influence People or any of the other books designed to help improve your interpersonal skills. It's a short read and it's inexpensive so there's n Brief and Remedial Lately I've been on a self improvement kick, and picked this book up on a recommendation from (wait for it) a BuzzFeed listicle. It was like $3 so I thought I didn't have much to lose, except my time. I read the whole book before my plane took off, and I don't feel like I learned anything that wasn't already in How To Win Friends and Influence People or any of the other books designed to help improve your interpersonal skills. It's a short read and it's inexpensive so there's not much of a downside. I personally felt like I didn't learn much. I was looking for strategies to start conversations and keep them going. Very little was dedicated to this compared to, for instance, overcoming anxiety or dating, which I really wasn't looking for. But almost every subject matter was explored in a very shallow fashion with no references whatsoever. If you're really looking for help in this area, I encourage you to find a longer and more professionally written book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Virginia

    Dalla teoria alla pratica credo che per le persone timidine come me ci sia un abisso! Però l'ho trovata una guida molto simpatica e anche con qualche spunto interessante. Consigliato! Dalla teoria alla pratica credo che per le persone timidine come me ci sia un abisso! Però l'ho trovata una guida molto simpatica e anche con qualche spunto interessante. Consigliato!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kingsley

    Coming in at just over an hour long 'Small Talk' wastes no time in giving you the good. It moves quickly through many hints and tips, giving examples along the way, to help you to improve social situations. It provides ways to overcome anxiousness, engage in varied and interesting conversation, and to accept then you still make awkward mistakes. I really liked that it took the time it needed to explain each item, but did not stretch it out. I find that many 'self help' books take an hours worth o Coming in at just over an hour long 'Small Talk' wastes no time in giving you the good. It moves quickly through many hints and tips, giving examples along the way, to help you to improve social situations. It provides ways to overcome anxiousness, engage in varied and interesting conversation, and to accept then you still make awkward mistakes. I really liked that it took the time it needed to explain each item, but did not stretch it out. I find that many 'self help' books take an hours worth of discussion points and stretch it into an 8 hour book through lots of padding and anecdotal stories that don't add much meat. This book does not to that, and is much better for it. Narration by Corinne Phillips is good. Clear, well paced and easy to understand. The short text doesn't give Phillips a whole lot to work with in variation but it isn't needed here. The narration provided works well for the book. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Alberto

    Un libro carino che si legge in meno di un'ora. Non svela nulla di sensazionale sulle tecniche di comunicazione, però si focalizza su alcuni punti importanti, sui quali alle volte, specie quando si vorrebbe conoscere qualcuno, non ci si impegna abbastanza o non ci si sofferma. Non credo che diventerò un latin lover con questo libro, ne un chiaccherone animatore di feste però magari qualche parola in piu riusciro a spiaccicarla con la gente. :) Un libro carino che si legge in meno di un'ora. Non svela nulla di sensazionale sulle tecniche di comunicazione, però si focalizza su alcuni punti importanti, sui quali alle volte, specie quando si vorrebbe conoscere qualcuno, non ci si impegna abbastanza o non ci si sofferma. Non credo che diventerò un latin lover con questo libro, ne un chiaccherone animatore di feste però magari qualche parola in piu riusciro a spiaccicarla con la gente. :)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Brianne S

    This is more of a booklet than a true book, given there are so few pages. It has good tips and reminders, though nothing that is outside of common sense. The content might be best suited for people that grew up outside of the social American culture and are looking for ways to acclimate themselves within a social setting.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Jack

    The blurb for the book is almost as long as the book itself! I don't feel like the book description accurately matches the book; the bullet points, especially, don't seem to ring true to what I read in the text itself, or they were completely overstated. This book is a super short, speedy read that treads no new ground nor does it offer much in the way of insights. If you've read other books on conversation, you heard it all before, or you may have even reasoned your way to many of these ideas y The blurb for the book is almost as long as the book itself! I don't feel like the book description accurately matches the book; the bullet points, especially, don't seem to ring true to what I read in the text itself, or they were completely overstated. This book is a super short, speedy read that treads no new ground nor does it offer much in the way of insights. If you've read other books on conversation, you heard it all before, or you may have even reasoned your way to many of these ideas yourself; they are that common. Some sections in the book are so short and general that it is almost laughable. If you're looking for genuine insight into how to engage in small talk, you will most likely find better elsewhere. I received a free copy of this book, but--obviously--this did not affect my review.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Judith

    Teaches Life Skills. Brilliant self-help book. Unlike many others in this genre, the reader doesn't feel patronised by the author. The book covers most new social situations in life that puts us on the spot, where many people feel embarrassed and exposed, It encourages eye contact, listening skills, body language, gives techniques and ideas for overcoming awkward situations. The information contained in this book teaches life skills without encouraging copy-cat learning. It isn't a long book but Teaches Life Skills. Brilliant self-help book. Unlike many others in this genre, the reader doesn't feel patronised by the author. The book covers most new social situations in life that puts us on the spot, where many people feel embarrassed and exposed, It encourages eye contact, listening skills, body language, gives techniques and ideas for overcoming awkward situations. The information contained in this book teaches life skills without encouraging copy-cat learning. It isn't a long book but is so helpful in reducing anxiety from social situations or being put on the spot. So now, go and practice. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Suzan

    I was lucky enough to be chosen to review this audiobook. Connie Phillips did a wonderful job of narrating this book. It is a quick listen but so full of information. My Mom who is 80 listened with me and said she learned a lot. I will listen again and again because you gleam new information each time you listen. I think everyone should read or listen to this book. Everyone could use this info no matter their age or gender.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Zumrud_Huseynova

    Be confident and have a growth mindset • Accept that you will feel nervous and know that it’s normal • Use the surroundings to start conversations • Ask open-ended questions • Share about yourself; don’t give short answers • Have friendly and open body language • Avoid controversial topics • Let the other person politely end the conversation or do it yourself • Remember that when you feel you made a social flub, it means you’re working your conversation muscles and are getting better!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Emily Ross

    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. This was really good. It took the time to explain the small cues in conversations and social interaction and the issues involved in small talk in general. It was a very encouraging read, and Corinne Phillips was a brilliant narrator who really brought the book to life.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Pat Eroh

    Short and easy to read, this book offers some really good ideas in improving social skills. I found some young adults with social anxiety and autism were able to read and use some of these ideas that do not come naturally to them. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Igor

    The book covers the very basics of small talk and managing anxiety that comes with it. It's ok for starters, however everyone looking for more in-depth look on this subject should look elsewhere. I was disappointed by lack of revision after each chapter and not enough information about online chatting. It was still an OK and useful read though. The book covers the very basics of small talk and managing anxiety that comes with it. It's ok for starters, however everyone looking for more in-depth look on this subject should look elsewhere. I was disappointed by lack of revision after each chapter and not enough information about online chatting. It was still an OK and useful read though.

  15. 5 out of 5

    James Johnson

    Simple to follow and easy to digest I work at a call center and talk to scores of strangers per day. This book was helpful at giving me ideas of how to have meaningful and unique interactions with people I don't know. Don't let the brevity fool you... this book was full of use information and tips that can help you talk to people. Simple to follow and easy to digest I work at a call center and talk to scores of strangers per day. This book was helpful at giving me ideas of how to have meaningful and unique interactions with people I don't know. Don't let the brevity fool you... this book was full of use information and tips that can help you talk to people.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin M

    Great tips without being long-winded There are some great strategies for finding new topics and ways to engage people. Finally, something to talk about other than the weather! I’m going to a big conference and this was just what I needed to point me in the direction for some prep work before meeting a lot of new people. Great little book!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Hedden

    Small Talk: How to Talk to People, Improve Your Charisma, Social Skills, Conversation Starters & Lessen Social Anxiety By Ashton Sanderson was a good read. This is a great how to guide to avoid awkwardness in small talk. This was a good quick read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ismini

    Short and to the point This book was short and precise, straight to the point. Would recommend to anyone needing tips on their social skills.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Saurabh Shah

    Nice Nice, amazing, helped me a lot to improve on small talk. Love it and would recommend it to my friends.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sara (lequazionedeilibri)

    Speravo in qualcosa di più illuminante e non così banale!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Alejandra

    No es lo que esperaba, el libro está dirigido a un público con fobia a conversar con gente desconocida.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lory Marshall

    Short Sweet and to the point, with plenty of templates and examples! Very nice!

  23. 5 out of 5

    William Simpson

    Good book This book is a good book for refreshing social skills.The tips found in this book apply to real world situations. Great read!!!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Gilda De Marco

    È molto breve, perciò si legge in pochissimo tempo. Ci sono degli spunti interessanti e dei consigli utili per iniziare.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sam Franceschi

    Quick read and simple advices, I thought the author went deeper into this topic.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kathrin

    This was quick little read with very helpful tips for small talk

  27. 4 out of 5

    Alessandro

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Veloce, guida pratica, consigli scontati

  28. 4 out of 5

    Flyingbroom

    Short and sweet. Needs some editing though.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Anagaby Flores

    3,5 estrellas.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Joyce

    Good info and suggested topics for small talk It's short, sweet, and to the point. There are a few misspelled words, but that's not a big deal. The information is good and is a good pep talk. It's very encouraging in the way it is written. We all have to work at this, we all get nervous, but it's all good practice. Good info and suggested topics for small talk It's short, sweet, and to the point. There are a few misspelled words, but that's not a big deal. The information is good and is a good pep talk. It's very encouraging in the way it is written. We all have to work at this, we all get nervous, but it's all good practice.

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