• Conversation Tactics

  • Strategies to Build Trust and Resolve Conflict
  • By: Connor Beck
  • Narrated by: Jamie Easley
  • Length: 4 hrs and 26 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

We, most times, confuse conversation with communication, which is one of the reasons we get it wrong in business and other related endeavors. There are lots of cultural policies that control the means we talk to each other.

There are forbidden subjects, there are certain methods of attending to individuals that are taken into consideration while others are downright discourteous. Also, usually, we utilize euphemisms to disguise our message and lessen its upsetting effect. 

Everyone analyzes what is said in different ways. Two people can listen to the same words and derive really different meanings. We have little idea what others take away from a conversation or what they are thinking. 

Conversation is dynamic and also spontaneous. It is not intended or scheduled. We don't prepare our action to something that someone says. It arises spontaneously. The conversation can be taken as being in control. The conversation takes us where it wishes to go. 

It's not simply the words spoken that develop the communication. The speed and also volume of delivery, the tone and also the feeling in the voice shape the meaning of words shared. The eyes and the smile share so much, along with various other body language. 

We have actually developed our senses to be very sensitive to body movement and can discover deceit, lies, stress, and other underlying feelings.

Conversation can motivate as well as inspire us, or it can depress as well as transform us. In conversation, we make new connections in our minds, and our reasoning can be taken down entirely brand-new courses. A single conversation or a collection of discussions over a period can have a large influence on us. We begin to alter choices not realizing the influence that earlier discussions have actually had on us. A conversation held today is greatly influenced by discussions held in the past.

©2019 Connor Beck (P)2020 Connor Beck

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Great Delivery of Message

I enjoyed the personal stories and simple and clear explanations. It's great knowing that I can befriend an enemy by using conversation as a lock pick.

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excellent book

To be honest, this book did not meet my expectations. It has a good premise, but it was poorly formatted, had several typos, and the prose was very simplistic.

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Great help

This book teaches you all the basic things that every human being has failed to learn from just being here

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clear techniques

Great book, full of direct clear techniques not only vague advice.A very practical guide to improve your conversation skills

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Easily explained.

Very good. Thought provoking. True. Good read. People argue against me in these ways often. Simplified. Easy to understand.

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Enjoyable

Very good tech at breaking down conversational techniques in a simple way.i enjoy the book

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useful tips

Really enjoying with useful tips. A must-read for people who meets with new people all the time like vendors and entrepreneurs

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I got some great advice as soon as I started listening. It's a short and easy listen and gets right to the point.

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he sure has a lot of insight! I believe that most people can liaten this book in an afternoon and immediately apply what they've learned to have better interactions.

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wow

i am very introvert ..i dont know many things for that of personality .but this book is informative

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  • Gena J. Lee
  • 02-18-20

very informative

I found this book very informative, well organized with good practical examples. I wish if the book had even more examples from real life situation.