Book Number 9: How to Talk to Anyone by Leil Lowndes

Book name: How to Talk to Anyone

Author: Leil Lowndes

Book Length: 352 Pages

Time taken to read: February 8, 2020- February 9, 2020

Genre: Self-Help/ Communication Skills

Recommended to: Anyone who doesn’t know how to initiate a conversation at random places.

Inspired me to learn about:It talks about 6 Elements:

  • How to Talk
  • What to Talk
  • How to always have something to talk about
  • How to stop someone from talking when you don’t want to answer
  • How to say Thank you
  • How to make them feel like your family

Takeaways from the book:SumitOfficial’s Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐Copyright© 2015-2020 by SumitOfficialAll Rights Reserved.

44 thoughts on “Book Number 9: How to Talk to Anyone by Leil Lowndes”

      1. Hahah….Bhangarh experience came just out of my memories; it was no where written. Back then, I used to write about my daily musings. 😊

        Thank you for the compliment, Sumit. I like writing and reading them after a while is like a time-travel! 😊

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      2. Oh, so kind of you to observe that, Nanchi.
        I remember one of the bloggers from Canada suggested me to write with my handwriting and post it. I was afraid but she gave me the confidence by complimenting my writing. Since then, I never got that fear of not sharing them.

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      3. Oh my my! Are you reading that?
        Guess what, I have two things for you to take your attention on.
        There was a girl I saw in a metro and I was so impressed within 5 minutes that I ended up writing a poem for her. She was reading a book.

        I, later on thought of reading what K saw her ready, and guess what, it was the same book which you are reading it now.

        Last year I read 25 books, and AJ Finn’s was one of them.

        You’ll find both the blogs when you scroll down.

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      4. Yes, and the important part is when he’s portrayed himself as an anonymous written after being in 10 years in the editing industry.

        And even before publishing his book, Fox bought it from him, and he became a millionaire. The book’s success was a Cherry on the cake.

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      1. Jhaadu-Pocha bhi hai…😂 We should be grateful that we asked for some rest, some break from routine, some me-time and when now god has given us, we are not enjoying this! We should be grateful for every moment! ❤

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  1. Thank you for the recommendation mate. I’m always learning how to communicate better so that’s another book on my list to get. Thank you for sharing this with all of us.

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