Item description for How to Be a People Magnet: Finding Friends and Lovers and Keeping Them for Life by Leil Lowndes...
Overview The bestselling author of How to Make Anyone Fall in Love with You reveals specific and proven techniques for attracting friends and lovers and keeping them for life. She uncovers the secrets of attracting friends for fun and romance as well as networking to strengthen business contacts and relationships. Her advice is effective, yet easy for anyone -- shy or bold -- to implement.
Publishers Description Making friends can be intimidating for anyone, especially if you are naturally shy. Now there is hope Learn specific and proven techniques for attracting friends and lovers and keeping them for life. The advice is effective, yet easy for anyone--shy or bold--to implement.
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Studio: Listen & Live Audio
Running Time: 210.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.18" Width: 4.48" Height: 0.8" Weight: 0.22 lbs.
Binding Audio Cassette
Release Date Feb 1, 2003
Publisher Listen & Live Audio
ISBN 1885408951 ISBN13 9781885408952
Availability 0 units.
More About Leil Lowndes
Leil Lowndes is among today's most sought-after communication consultants and the author of the international bestsellers How to Make Anyone Fall in Love with You and How to Be a People Magnet.
Leil Lowndes currently resides in New York City New York New Yor, in the state of New York.
Reviews - What do customers think about How to Be a People Magnet: Finding Friends and Lovers and Keeping Them for Life?
Grow Your Gifts by following these basic tips Dec 17, 2007
In this book Leil Lowndes offers some basic guidelines and some new tips on "How to be a People Magnet".
These guidelines are written in an easy-going manner and can be readily applied into your professional and personal life without compromising your integrity or core nature.
Some examples Lowndes advocates are: Always maintain your grace, Listen from your listener's perspective, Make eye contact, Touch, Watch your body language, Always be positive about yourself and your appearance, Practice the winners conversation style, Befriend others, Talk to the 'tens', Actively seek out your uniqueness and cultivate it, Surprise your friends, Give the gift of 'U Can Do', If you want to date you must initiate, Don't leave love to chance, Subdue your complaints, Share your talents, Recruit your 'Knights of the Round Table', How to: entering a room where you don't know anyone, To 'explain why your thankful' in your conversations. . .
All of these tips combine to reveal you as a more approachable and confident person.
This book is helpful in defining the basics of interpersonal communication and throws in a few enhancements.
An autobiography of her "wonderful" self Nov 29, 2007
Like her other book I also listened to the audio book. As the other one her voice is just a headache! She explains of how wonderful she is on and on and on... with some spices here and there about some tiny mistakes!! It is still a book worth reading IF you have a lot of time...
Love this author! Oct 19, 2007
This author is great. Great book...quick and easy read with easy tools to begin using immediately.
only east coast will get anything out of this book Oct 4, 2007
I will never forget the time I was in Boston and helped a blind man board a subway train. The doors nearly closed right on him! A lady nearby was truly amazed that someone would be so nice as to help a stranger having difficulty.
This book is for those who rarely experience common courtesy and have no clue as to how to behave in a civil manner.
If you get much out of this book, it's time for some drastic action!
I think the author needs to move to a more friendly environment!
The narration may drive you insane Sep 14, 2007
This review is specific to the Audio CD version of the book.
The material is worthwhile, though not very original. The tips serve as good reminders of communication tools most of us have heard before. Too bad the narration makes me want to tear my eyeballs out. The narrator (author) both over-enunciates and over-dramatizes to a disturbing degree (think of an NPR host gone wild). I highly recommend the print version over the audio cd!