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Talk Is Easy: How To Make Every Conversation Payoff By Godfrey Harris
This book is especially useful to small business owners and marketing specialists.
|To a lot
of people, making conversation with a stranger is about as scary as meeting their
potential in-laws for the first time. How do you get beyond the how-do-you-do stage? How
do you know what to say to someone you've never met before? How do you change the subject
when a conversation gets boring?
All good questions. The new audio book by Godfrey Harris shows listeners how to deal with each of them and a lot more in both business and social settings. It gives listeners simple-to-remember techniques to help them make their conversation as fluid as a river flowing toward the ocean. By the time a small business owner, corporate salesperson, network marketer, or anyone else finished these tapes, they should be able to have a conversation with a member of the Royal Family or a member of the Royal Mounted Police--whether they are alone with them in a room or standing in a crowd at an airport, whether the subject is financial matters or family matters.
These tapes will get listeners so comfortable making conversation that it won't matter a whit if they have to...
We are absolutely certain that if those who listen to Talk Is Easy can change their age once a year or change lanes on a highway, they can learn how to make conversation with anyone at any time in any situation from these inter-active tapes.
Godfrey Harris wrote the original script for this audiobook. He has been a public policy consultant based in Los Angeles, California, since 1968. He began consulting after brief careers as a university lecturer, U.S. Army intelligence officer, foreign service officer with the Department of State, and organizational specialist in the President's Executive Office. As President of Harris/Reagan Management Group, he has focused the firm's activities on alternative solutions to matters of community concern. in fulfilling that role, he has specialized in political and economic analysis; marketing public and private sector products through word of mouth advertising; developing new environmental products; creating commemorative events; and promoting international tourism. This is the 23rd book he has written or co-authored. He holds degrees from Stanford University and the University of California, Los Angeles.
Tom Clarke-Hill, an American actor living in England, is a professional narrator, having performed in numerous recordings, on radio and television, and for the past four years in such films as Disney's Emmy-nominated Amazing Animals.
"The reader's cheerful and confident style seemed to enhance the author's...suggestions for success in any conversational setting." - Elizabeth Tomblin, Attorney's Assistant
"The English [of Talk Is Easy] is wonderfully fluent [and understandable]. - Semjen Wainstein, Oberhausen, Germany
"...actually [this audiobook] is quite good. I like the interactive practice sessions." - Hugh Penton, Sr., Penton Overseas
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