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Just Listen: Discover the Secret to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone by Mark Goulston
I read this book in a few hours from my college online library. This book is a very practical, applicable, “how to” on getting people from a defensive position to one where they may listen to you.
Whether that be buying a homeless man lunch or donating money to your friend’s charity, it usually feels good to help. It still to me required close attention. Subtitled ” Discover the Secret to Getting Through houlston Absolutely Anyone ,” must author lays out nine core rules for getting through to anyone and then provides twelve quick and easy ways to achieve buy-in and get through.
I find this book very interesting because I did not expect that it will goulstton different than other books about interpersonal relationship. Side by side Fill in the blanks Until someone says “no” to you, you’re not asking for enough generally meant in a work context.
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It’s certainly one of the best how-to books of the year. They feel kinship lsiten connection, as if all people were members of a single family. This book is easy to read and worth my time to read. Goulston’s words gave me sizable goosebumps. Let them fill in the blanks, and they’ll feel you’re talking with them. Very very few people are actually competent with communication, and though you may protest that statement, if you have a desire to really hear what people are saying.
One of those rare books I listen to and then buy a hard copy so I can reread sections. Respond to someone who is mad and defensive with something neutral like “Hmmm” or “Tell me more” or “Really? First, the receiver is resisting everything you say. If only you could get that person into a calm and receptive state of mind, you’d probably be able to work out your differences.
If you want to open the lines of communication, open your own mind first to determine who they really are. Steps in a crisis: In this powerful yet engaging book, acclaimed psychiatrist and business coach Mark Goulston reveals how to get through to anyone–even when successful communication seems impossible–with simple yet remarkably effective listenn and techniques that can make your words lixten and lsiten down the walls that keep you from getting through to the people you need to buy into your ideas and goals.
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Book Review: Just Listen by Mark Goulston
Overall it was good. It’s when stress crosses over to distress that problems result.
The second brain is the reptile one, which focuses on emotions. Be more interested than interesting and you will never be bored again.
Just Listen Mark Goulston. There are several points made this book become one of my favorite book. He also does a very tactful job of pointing out that it might not be the other person who is the problem in this situation. Integrate to more complex situation. While your friend would normally thank you for the donation, what if they went above and beyond?
The Best Books of Once emotions are expressed into words, it can help alleviate a sense of hopelessness in a person – Use fill in the blank statements to guide people to answer their true feelings Kudos to the author for providing such great advice! Just refer to Just Listen–whenever a job, a sale, or a relationship hangs in the balance.