James Borg
Persuasion: The Art of Influencing People
September 15, 2019 Comments.. 932
Persuasion: The Art of Influencing People James Borg We all rely heavily on our persuasive powers every day whether you are trying to get people to agree with you, influencing others to make a decision, asking for something, or attempting to bring about a change in behaviour or attitude in others, and how success you are depends on how persuasive you are Success in persuasion is down to a combination of self assesment andWe all rely heavily on our persuasive powers every day whether you are trying to get people to agree with you, influencing others to make a decision, asking for something, or attempting to bring about a change in behaviour or attitude in others, and how success you are depends on how persuasive you are Success in persuasion is down to a combination of self assesment and situational assessment being aware of what s going on inside you and happening around you Persuasion exposes the set of golden behavioural rules that will boost your persuasive powers and get a positive result for you with increased regularity Broken down into intercative tests, example dialogues, coffee break summaries and general facts, in this book you will discover how to Read body language Know how you are coming across to others Get people interested in what you are saying Choose the right words in any situation Be confident and persuasive on the telephone Be a good listener Negotiate successfully to get results Identify, understand and deal with different peoples personalities Influence peoples decisions Improve your memory and then use it as a persuasive tool to ensure you use your natural skills for the ultimate competitive advantage at work and in life.. Persuasion The Art of Influencing People We all rely heavily on our persuasive powers every day whether you are trying to get people to agree with you influencing others to make a decision asking for something or attempting to bring about
  • Title: Persuasion: The Art of Influencing People
  • Author: James Borg
  • ISBN: 9780273712992
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Paperback
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    1 Blog on “Persuasion: The Art of Influencing People

    1. Mel says:

      All of the ideas in this book could be better condensed into 100 pages or less I found his numerous examples boring, which is ironic for a book that purports to be the go to on persuasion skills The quiz didn t have related answers at the back, so I abandoned that The summary at the end of each chapter was another boring and unnecessary bit of filler The book taught me a few things, but it lacked order and interest Why wasn t Aristotle s art of persuasion explored That would have been interesti [...]

    2. Marco Busi says:

      Reading this book will certainly do no harm worst that can happen is you ll find an idea or two that you ll be able to put in practice and improve your persuasive skills As such, I did not waste my time reading it and you won t either That having been said, I ll have to agree with some of the reviews here I too have found the book rather basic and aimed at the very unexperienced reader wanting an intro to the subject The two aspects I personally like the least are 1 I think a book like this one [...]

    3. Zvonimir says:

      This book will not teach you to be the master of persuasion rather, it will present you certain things to notice while communicating with partners and co workers so you can recognize feelings and intents that people you talk to don t verbally tell you I liked it because it largely succeeds small course about business communication which I attended Overall, it is a nice and simple book

    4. Rustam Aliyev says:

      This book can help you at initial steps towards building your career While most of ideas and statements are basic, one might grab couple of advices like importance of names or listening skills enhancement I also liked an example problem about hotel boy quite interesting.

    5. Jack Chu says:

      It was similar to other negotiating books that you can find elsewhere but the concept is there.

    6. Saeed Nasser says:

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    7. Eman Abdulaziz says:

      Some of the book content is really rich and insightful and it has a clear understanding of what make how why people tick, emphasizing that empathy is a key factor when it comes to persuasion Besides that it provides you with invaluable points on mind reading and tackling difficult personalities.However large part of the book is hardly new or useful to those who have higher than average interpersonal skills.In sum, according to the author, good persuasion skills lie in identifying and understandi [...]

    8. Lucinda says:

      It is easy to follow and draws from peer reviewed literature and dominant theories in the field However, it is very simplistic This book is really targeting the general public, so if you have no prior knowledge of psychology and are looking for a quick read, then it will suit you If, like me, you do have prior knowledge of psychological theory then it will feel a bit condescending and you won t really gain much from reading it.

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    10. Mark Cheverton says:

      Nothing new, just a recap of stuff you are probably already aware of such as active listening It s a good reminder of what you should be doing when you interact with others, and it certainly focussed my attention and made me think about how I was dealing with people But overall it is just the same rehashed self help stuff seen many times before.

    11. David Menzies says:

      I bought this while I was at an airport in Scotland I really liked how it was laid out, and also how the diagrams related to the text on the page The information was to the point and all very informative I would recommend this book for someone who is looking for a broad overview of the basic psychology behind standard interpersonal relationships.

    12. Abdurrahman AlQahtani says:

      An okay book, but that i wouldn t buy read if I knew it before I feel some disconnection in the topics and not a single time some loose ends What annoyed me big time is how easy it s i get lost in the thread of ideas, and i guess it has something to do with the writer style.

    13. Svarnyp says:

      Some good observations, but many superfluous or false assumptions tend to drag the books worth down With a grain of salt can help you to learn something about persuasion, without it the book just leaves a nasty aftertaste.

    14. Russel says:

      I really liked this book because it really talks about communication skills on several levels and social psychology There are a lot of practical tips in this book and things that I have definitely integrated into my dealings with people on a daily basis.

    15. Maitte says:

      So far so good It describes common communication mistakes and what to do to improve communication Great book for everyone, so for those dealing with a variety of people at a daily basis Great for business and sales people.

    16. Chris says:

      I read this quite quickly because it was interesting but I think I will have to read it again to know what I learned from it.

    17. Rich Girl says:

      Loved this book A lot of valuable tips

    18. Vlad Kitaynik says:

      4 hours book for one time reading while you are in the train traveling from one city to another Still better than most of Russian written motivational books.

    19. Tomi says:

      I found it an interesting read Very long dialogue in some illustrations, but it was a good reminder about effective interpersonal communication.

    20. Niels says:

      a nice refresher fast motivational read

    21. Sean Patrick says:

      Not bad for an old book Its not scientifically proven persuasion, tactics than strategies Can t expect anything greater for the price.

    22. Greta says:

      Insights on how to deal with people and make them listen to you

    23. Jessie says:

      I gave up on it for personal reasons

    24. Greg De Tisi says:

      Not a bad book Made me think a great deal about everything really.

    25. Anne Perez says:

      the book I grabbed from my mum s bookshelf helpful for dealing with hard people

    26. Neal says:

      Great insight Very helpful explanation of this powerful skill.

    27. KJ says:

      Accurate.

    28. Emy says:

      Well written and interesting, but I didn t learn anything new it seems I already do everything recommended.

    29. Alfredo Canziani says:

      Boring as hell

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