Magnetic: How to Impress, Connect, and Influence
- Narrated by: Jeremy Reloj
- Length: 1 hr and 31 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 05-01-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Pei Kuo
Do you wish you could instantly make new friends and talk to anyone anywhere? Do you want to develop stronger relationships in and out of work? Become a small talk master? Grow your confidence and be instantly likeable? What about winning friends, influencing people, and gaining that special it factor that makes someone unforgettable and magnetic?
We are always told that our interpersonal and social skills are the key to moving ahead in our careers, relationships and life - it's true - and that’s exactly what you’re going to learn here... and so much more.
Unlock the key to your charisma quotient, social skills, and elevating the rest of your life with Magnetic. Years of date and social skill coaching have led me to the extremely intuitive and advanced guidelines I present through my 20 keystone magnetism principles - and they are unlike the generic advice presented anywhere else.
Magnetism is about actionable, comfort and conversation techniques that you can use in any situation to instantly connect… but it’s also about the proper mindset and approach, and you’ll learn both here. I’ll tell you step by step how to take any interaction and conversation to the next level and lead your life to new heights! Win friends and build relationships in a snap!
Here is a sample of the powerful techniques inside:
How to appeal to people’s self-perceptions to expertly open them up.
What children can teach us about the best questions to ask people.
The elements of how to be an amazing, engaging storyteller.
How social cues say what people really mean and the most common ones to look for.
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Cesar on 07-04-15
Very general guidelines
The book is ok, Nothing special or deep about social skills, very short and most of the things are common sense.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
By Rondell C on 31-05-15
A little dry but......
informative It points out some interesting flaws in human interaction which are easily over looked
3 of 3 people found this review helpful