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Persuasion and Influence For Dummies (For Dummies (Lifestyles Paperback))

by Elizabeth Kuhnke

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0470747374, Paperback)

Many people want to gain trust or support in business and throughout life, but the true skill is doing so in a charming fashion! Whether you're convincing the boss about your much-deserved promotion or a busy restaurateur to offer a better table, the power of persuasion can help improve and increase your successes.

Elizabeth Kuhnke, author of the bestselling Body Language For Dummies, guides the reader through easy-to-implement techniques that can turn a timid person into someone bursting with self confidence and the ability to influence.

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The key elements in becoming more persuasive - body language, listening skills, using persuasive words and actions Finding a common ground and establishing a connection with your audience Capturing their attention and keeping them interested Putting yourself across convincingly Getting things done through others Identifying the type of person you're dealing with - and responding in an appropriate manner

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Charm, character, personality-- call it what you will, it's that special something that turns "no" into "yes," closes the sale, and makes others want to go that extra mile! Learn to unleash your own powers of persuasion.

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