Jordan Gray – How To Be The Most Engaging Person In The Room

Jordan Gray – How To Be The Most Engaging Person In The RoomHow To Be The Most Engaging Person In The Room by Jordan Gray
Published by Createspace Independent Pub on 11 Jan. 2014
Genres: Personal Growth, Self-Help, Success
Pages: 29

As human beings, our social skills are paramount. Your ability to connect with others (or inability) will dramatically affect every element of your life.

Our social skills are rapidly on the DECLINE right now. With every year that passes there are millions of people that are born into a world where they are raised with e-mail, text messaging, and smart phones… as opposed to connection, intimacy, and a strong sense of community.

Through this easy to read, value-packed book you will discover . . .

* The one thing you need to know to truly connect with others. It's so simple that anyone can start doing it today. . .

* On pages 12 - 14 you'll learn conversational structures that will abolish "awkward pauses" from your conversations for the rest of your life. Guaranteed.

* The two different ways that you can communicate with a more masculine or feminine conversational partner that will revolutionize how you communicate with others for the rest of your life

* Pages 18 - 23 are like a road map that will empower you to learn the parts of your personality (that have always been a part of you) that are already interesting and engaging!

This book was either free or £0.99 so I thought I’d give it a pop. At 29 pages it’s ickle. Very ickle and was a doddle to read. After 15 years of spending my 9-5 mostly isolated at a desk with nothing but Skype, iTunes and a set of earbuds for company I now spend the majority of my time around people, dozens of people, that I have to interact and communicate with. Sometimes this is great and other times it isn’t.

This book was worth the price I guess, it didn’t teach me anything new about public speaking and communicating to audiences that I hadn’t picked up by simply being alive and immersed in the environments I’ve created for myself but it was still cool to read and a solid refresher. At 29 pages though I’m sure there are blog posts around with the exact same information on them!