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Bargaining for Advantage

Bargaining for Advantage

by G Richard Shell
304 Pages · 2015 · 3 MB · 3 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
The Credibility Code
by Cara Hale Alter
160 Pages · 2012 · 2  MB · 4,506 Downloads · New!
The Credibility Code is the running meeting, personality development, selling presentations and sales guide which tells the proven ways to strengthen your personality. Cara Hale Alter is the author of this superb book. In today’s competitive world being credible is not enough to win meetings and projects. Now you have to look credible which other professionals lack. It feels like a mystery but you have to adapt like a boss. This book shows how to become qualified, confident and capable to interact with any person in your personal and professional career. Learn the importance of eye contact, gestures and vocal skills.
TED Talks
by Chris Anderson
288 Pages · 2017 · 1 MB · 5,001 Downloads · New!
TED Talks is the public speaking, presentations, meeting and communication skills book which shares the proven techniques and methods to improve communication skills. Chris Anderson is the author of this tremendous book. He is the curator of TED Talks and a trained journalist. Chris has a wide experience of public speaking and he shows the reader how to master it. He notices that if we crafted talks carefully then it will become a key to spread knowledge, promote a dream and unlock empathy. A speaker can turn on the whole audience without electricity and he motivates them to become the best version of themselves.
Avoiding Data Pitfalls
by Ben Jones
272 Pages · 2019 · 73  MB · 3,730 Downloads · New!
Avoiding Data Pitfalls is the communication skills, running meetings, presentations and business communication book which tells the secrets to master data visualization. Ben Jones is the author of this superb book. This is an amazing book that offers insightful ways to avoid data blunders and master the data visualizations. It is the best handbook for that professional who deals with data. This book brings an opportunity to make your strong grip in the presentation, data analysis, and visualization. There is a number of books that briefly explain how to handle data but they are not efficient. Learn what data really is and what are techniques to master data? It takes the reader step by step to process data visualization which also includes analysis and calculations.
How to Speak How to Listen
by Mortimer J. Adler
280 Pages · 1997 · 0.9 MB · 7 Downloads · New!
“How to Speak How to Listen” is a great book for everyone that has to associate with people in all areas of life. Mortimer J. Adler is the author of this book. Mortimer was an American philosopher, educator, and popular author. As a philosopher, he worked within the Aristotelian and Thomistic traditions. His book “How to Speak How to Listen” helps readers to improve their listening and speaking skills. It teaches how to listen well and speak. Adler takes us through the entire process, beginning with our deficits: communication pitfalls, educational gaps, and hubris. He distinguishes between different types of speeches, such as what he calls the “Sales Talk” or lectures in order to strategize for varied motivations for speaking. These chapters of the book are detailed and user-friendly for those in educational fields and beyond. This book is not about pedagogy; it is intended to be an academic instruction manual for the masses. Adler establishes this objective early on. You can also Download Skill With People by Les Giblin PDF.
Living English Structure
by W. Stannard Allen
704 Pages · 2015 · 28 MB · 6 Downloads · New!
“Living English Structure: A Practice Book for Foreign Students” is a great book for improving the communication in English. W. Stannard Allen is the author of this book. Students, Businessmen, Teachers, Social workers and Marketers can use this book for learning and improving the English. This perfect book guides the readers step by step about the English language, its structure and grammar. It has brilliant examples, classic vocabulary and easiest guide about the sentences. The interesting thing about this book is that, it was written almost 45 years ago, but still readers can take it as a guide to learn pure and beautiful British English. In short, if you are a fan of English language and want to improve it, take this book without wasting a bit of time. You can also Download High School English Grammar and Composition by P.C. Wren PDF.
Truth and Lies
by Mark Bowden
400 Pages · 2018 · 1 MB · 7 Downloads · New!
Truth and Lies is the communication, psychology and self-help guide in which the author shares the different techniques to figure out about the opponent’s thinking. Mark Bowden and Tracey Thomson are the authors of this remarkable book. It is an insightful and fresh guide to read the body language of the people whom you interact. This guide will help the reader from a different perspective like a job interview, parties or surfing into any dating site. Modern human is always interested to find out what other people are thinking. This guide is also written to find out what exactly your opponent is thinking at the present moment. The reader will learn the art of body language and understand the human perspective beyond their words. Understand what people are trying to say with their eye contact, postures and hand gestures. Sometimes people are giving their phone more important than you. It helps managers and entrepreneurs while making business deals. The manageable figure out whether this person is reliable for trust or not. You can make the big business deals just by knowing the opponent’s behaviour whether they are telling truth or lying. Is this person is good enough for trust or not? Can you share your personal or business secrets? While knowing the fact, what others are thinking will make your life easier and you won’t waste your time in shitty talks.