Say It-- Right: How to Talk in Any Social Or Business Situation

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Perigee Books, 1992 - Reference - 240 pages
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A half-century ago, Dale Carnegie may have been th communication guru, but in the nineties it's Dr. Lillian Glass. Now, the expert who has helped such celebrated clients as Dustin Hoffman, Rita Coolidge, and Julio Inglesias teaches "exactly" what to say in hundreds of verbal encounters: Never be shy againDeal with hostile peopleTalk to foreignersTalk to people who make you feel uncomfortableIntroduce yourself with easeBecome more approachableHandle office jealousyAccept and give complimentsDeal with sexual and racial slursTalk to people who are grieving or very ill

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Glass, a Los Angeles speech pathologist, has written a helpful book for people who have difficulty finding the right things to say. This is not a how-to book on speaking before groups; it is about ... Read full review


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Dr. Lillian Glass, a world-renown, well-respected body language expert and foremost authority in the field of communication, is known as "The First Lady of Communication." A media personality, Dr. Glass is a regular commentator for the "Nancy Grace" show, body language expert on "Swift Justice, Dancing With the Stars, Entertainment Tonight, " and "The Insider", and is seen throughout the media. She has a regular monthly body language column in "Cosmopolitan" magazine and writes a body language blog for "Psychology Today" as well as her own popular blog about newsmakers, "Dr. Lillian Glass Body Language Blog." Dr. Glass has used her skills as expert witness for both state and federal cases in the area of vocal forensics and behavioral analysis.

She has written more than a dozen books, including the bestsellers "Toxic People; He Says, She Says"; and a body language book "I Know What You're Thinking". In her private practice in Beverly Hills, she has helped countless clients, including celebrities, politicians, and world leaders. For more information about Dr. Glass and her services, go to "".

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