Easy Peasey - People Skills For Life
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Easy Peasey - People Skills For Life

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The desire to be recognised, to feel important and appreciated is all-powerful. And the more important you make someone feel, the more positively they will respond to you.
We all admire those who seemto have the natural ability to enter an unfamiliar social situation and begin to engage others in conversation. These people have what is often called 'charisma'. While some p...more
Paperback, 97 pages
Published 2006 by Pease International
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Ingrid Hansen
As Kate Burke states:

Ridiculously easy to read, in your face straight forward and very helpful. Definitely recommended to the entire population of earth.

I couldn't have said it better, this book is going to follow me wherever I go in my backpack, so I can take it out at read it when there is something I'm not quite sure about and need to brush up my memory.

Read it and get smarter at your peoples skills, it's definitely a brilliant help even if it's not that big a book.

Don't judge a book by its c...more
Rein
Feb 24, 2011 Rein rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: people who like informative books
Shelves: informative
A very helpful and informative book. The book points out clearly good people skills for work, school, and everyday encounters. Recommended to all especially for busy people as it's very quick to read and easy to understand.
Ethan
Quite a slim little book, but definitely worth reading. Some of the tips on body language are quite good, as well as the conversational tips.

Keep people talking about their favorite person: themselves. True, true.
Rachit Bhanage
Very practical and to the point.
Indeed helpful, can refer it any time on any topic you want in correspondence.
The book is very short/small...finished reading it the same day I purchased.
Worth, Go for It.
Christine
buku yg keren abis.. mengajari cara2 bersosialisai dan berinteraksi dgn sesama. memberi penjelasan ttg bahasa tubuh. dan hal2 penting yg bergunan untuk menjadi pribadi yg baik dlm hidup
Cipto sugiarto
nih buku pegangan yang cukup bagus buat yang mo direct selling or mo jalanin MLM. ini buku seni berhubungan dengan orang lain
Nana Nomad
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Allan Pease is an Australian author and motivational speaker. Despite having no education in psychology, neuroscience, or psychiatry, he has managed to establish himself as an "expert on relationships".

Originally a musician, he became a successful life insurance salesman, he started a career as a speaker and trainer in sales and latterly in body language. This resulted in a popular sideline of aud...more
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