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Better Small Talk: Talk to Anyone, Avoid Awkwardness, Generate Deep Conversations, and Make Real Friends

Avoid Awkwardness, Generate Deep Conversations, Better Small Talk: Talk To Anyone, And Make Real Friends (How To Be More Likable And Charismatic) ; Patrick King

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  • What buyers say about Better Small Talk: Talk to Anyone, Avoid Awkwardness, Generate Deep Conversations, and Make Real Friends


    Patrick explains and breaks down what makes a good conversation and what building blocks need to be in place before you can move past surface level.


    This book didn't tell me anything I already know, so if you want to be smart, listen to what people are saying, and have them correct you, which can make you look dumb, like a liar.


    I looked at some notes from the book in my doc and thought, "I could be more social with this." I was coming from an anxiety and depression and MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE MzE


    I really like the idea of small talk being necessary for deeper conversation, and the tips and summaries provided throughout the book.


    I found this book on the daily deals and found it to be very insightful. I will definitely be putting everything I learned into practice.

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