Talk Like a Winner!: 21 Simple Rules for Achieving Everyday Communication Success (Google eBook)

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Steve Nakamoto, Jan 1, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 240 pages
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Communication is one of life's most basic skills, yet the vast majority of people have never been taught a simple way to master it... until now! In this fun and easy-to-understand book, the reader will learn how to effectively handle the 21 most critical steps to accelerating his or her success with everyday communication. Using these powerful ideas in a person's daily routine will allow them to take charge of their own life in the following ways: (1) Develop unshakable self-confidence, (2) Connect quickly & easily with others, (3) Make powerful first impressions, (4) Earn the admiration and respect of other people, (5) Get rid of debilitating low self-esteem, (6) Keep romantic connections alive & well, (7) Bring out the best in themselves & others, (8) Avoid costly & unnecessary arguments, (9) Build strong & healthy relationships that will last a lifetime, and (10) Enjoy the unlimited freedom of self-expression with anyone, anytime, and anywhere.
  

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User Review  - dwgodby - LibraryThing

Author Steve Nakamoto does a fantastic job within his book of helping every person who desires to become a better communicator. This book isn't about skills needed to become a professional speaker ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gil Michelini - Goodreads

In "Talk Like A Winner", Steve Nakamoto offers 21 tips on applying the basic social skills of personal communications most of us have forgotten or never learned. His book does present anything new ... Read full review

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Nakamoto is a former businessman and personal development trainer. He is a professional tour director (with more than 27 cruises, 28 Club Med vacations, 10 Single's Ski Weeks and over 80 vacation tours).

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