Discover How to Make Communication with You Enjoyable and Make Any Conversation, No Matter How Short or Long it is, To Be Extremely Engaging. Become The lord of Words…
Have you ever wondered why no one wants to listen to you? Do you envy a friend that everyone enjoys listening to and paying absolute attention to?
It's no rocket science. They know how to do something which you are missing out. Wondering what that is?
Communication is the process of exchanging information between two or more parties. In this process, information flows from the sender to the receiver. Communication is vital in all phases of human life. Even newborn babies convey the news of their arrival in the world by crying out loud.
The success of communication depends on the proper understanding of the parties involved. Please permit me to introduce you to a blueprint that will help you cross all the T's and dot the I's.
Assertive Communication is a compelling read that teaches you everything you need to know about communicating, developing deeper relationships, understanding self-confidence and learning how to improve your social intelligence so you can relate better and build authentic relationships in all facets of your life.
In this power-packed guide to assertive communication, you will learn:
- How to Work on Your Confidence: The ultimate self-improvement tips to work on becoming more confident, having the courage to take risks, and disconnecting yourself from people who pull you down.
- Persistence the Key to Self-confidence: Ways to keep communication or message simple and straight, how to believe in yourself and think positively, which brings about effective communication among family and peers.
- The fundamentals of Communication: the verbal and non-verbal communication skills which put you at an advantage when communicating with people through the understanding of body language, listening skills and its applications for effective communication.
- Listening Fundamentals: The character of a good listener, guide to developing one's listening skills for effective communication, including some practical exercises to improve one's listening skills.
You don't need to have a PhD degree to communicate effectively. What you need is a mind ready to learn and a copy of Assertive Communication. Why are you still waiting?