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This books gives some good practical advice on communication. It covers a lot about non-verbal, which is great. But, it gets very heavy into closing the sale, or getting to yes. I am not in sales, so that part wasn't as interesting to me, although it would be to someone it the field. It also gets pretty technical in some areas. A lot of good take-aways.
Over the top in presentation. 1st secret of great communication, be brief. Author could have covered the material in 4 CD.
Possibly one of the worst and most difficult books I have ever listened to. His self-righteous attitude, over-inflated ego, and lack of a clear, worthwhile direction drove me crazy. Don't waste your time.
Offers some good information and suggestions, but I constantly found myself checking to see what track I was on to see if the disc was almost finished. It seemed to just keep going on and on.
I struggled to finish these cd's. Good information, just took to long to make a point. Didn't hold my interest.
This book was fantastic!! I really learned a lot. You learn something new each time you listen to it. I am going to go and buy a copy!!
Was not impressed by the fact that CD #6 is just a repeat of CD #5. Suprisingly poor quality control.
I liked it. Lot's of useful information. Gets lengthy at times though.
This title is simply amazing. Unless you are living on a desert island, you always have to communicate. This book really gives you the best secrets on how to create rapport and communicate with anyone. Gives you tricks you can apply in your everyday communications. I loved it!
Peter Thomson is Founding Producer and Senior Editor of NPR's "Living on Earth" and recipient of 19 awards for excellence in broadcast journalism; currently freelance environmental journalist and member of Executive Committee of Society of Environmental Journalists.