How to Talk to People by Kate Kennedy
The Shy Person's Guide to Confident Conversation

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Do you ever feel tongue-tied and shy when meeting new groups of people? Do you wish you had a cheat sheet of things to say and questions to ask?

How to Talk to People: The Shy Person’s Guide to Confident Conversation delivers real advice from a former shy girl who has learned the hard way what really works to start and maintain confident, meaningful conversations.

You’ll learn:
* The step-by-step technique that works for starting confident conversations in your personal and professional life.
* Exactly how to keep a good conversation flowing.
* A simple trick that can turn the tables on shyness and leave you feeling more courageous, instantly.
* The one question you can always ask to create a more meaningful conversation.
* The easiest way to get unstuck from a conversation when you don’t know what to say next.
* How to elevate a conversation from simple small talk to a more meaningful discussion that you’ll all remember.
* What to do when a conversation starts to die.
* "The Five Reach Out Rule" and how it can help you create more meaningful friendships and a happier life.

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About Kate Kennedy

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Kate Kennedy is a writer, teacher, and freelance editor who has lived in Maine since 1977. Her novel, "End Over End," was published in 2001. She taught writing at Portland High School for twenty years and continues to run fiction workshops around the state. She and her husband live in Cape Elizabeth.
 
Published December 2, 2013 by BestSelfHelp.com. 46 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Parenting & Relationships, Self Help. Non-fiction

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