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Overview Is it possible to make a warm and meaningful connection with someone in less than 90 seconds? Nicholas Boothman, who has taught his "rapport-by-design" technique to thousands of people, says it is possible and, in this program, he shows how.
Publishers Description No matter what the occasion, if you're meeting someone for the first time, you have no more than 90-seconds to communicate a favourable impression. So, just how do you capitalize on that first meeting? Nicholas Boothman, a lecturer and licensed practitioner of neurolinguistic programming, has devised a revolutionary approach to face-to-face communication that will help anyone succeed at making connections.
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Format: Abridged, Audiobook, Unabridged
Studio: Listen & Live Audio
Running Time: 180.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.1" Width: 4.42" Height: 0.84" Weight: 0.24 lbs.
Binding Audio Cassette
Release Date May 19, 2001
Publisher Listen & Live Audio
ISBN 1885408595 ISBN13 9781885408594
Availability 0 units.
More About Nicholas Boothman
Nicholas Boothman, author of "How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less", learned how to establish instant rapport with strangers while working as a fashion and advertising photographer. A licensed Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, he is a consultant to individuals, groups, and corporations who want to learn the communication skills needed to connect with others. He lives outside of Toronto.
Reviews - What do customers think about How To Make People Like You In 90 Seconds or Less?
Helpful lesson in making connections Oct 7, 2008
When you meet someone, look 'em in the eye and give 'em a firm handshake because everyone knows that making a good first impression is important. Former fashion photographer Nicholas Boothman explains why - and a whole lot more - in this fascinating look at how people make connections. Like most people, you probably establish immediate rapport with certain individuals and don't seem to have anything in common with others. If you've wondered why, the author explains the components of communication and offers specific techniques you can employ to create connections quickly. The fun part is that after you've finished the book, you can try your newly acquired skills on just about anyone in any situation. Though some people are naturals, for most becoming a skilled conversationalist takes a lot of practice. getAbstract believes that almost everyone will find useful information and practical advice in Boothman's book. At the very least, he gives you plenty to discuss.
The best book out there for connecting with people Sep 3, 2008
Nicholas is a genius. This book is outstanding and the information is easy to follow. I work in sales and I can tell you that I have tried many of his methods. They work and I am making more money. This should be a required read for all politicians, salespeople, management and entrepreneurs. Buy it, you won't be disappointed.
Chuck Denver, CO
Well structured and up to the point Apr 6, 2008
This book help me to change some patterns in talking to people and reading the people. It is well written, no 'water' and up to the point with good examples.
Some good advice mixed with New Age mumbo-jumbo Jan 4, 2008
This book has some good advice, such as telling you to smile and ask open-ended questions, but for the most part it is a waste of time. Much of it is silly ideas based on pseudoscience.
Very helpful Dec 1, 2007
I bought myself a copy of this book a few years ago, and then quickly read it from cover to cover. It is one of the most helpful books I have ever read.
I have Asperger's, so I really needed to read a book like this much earlier in life. If I had, I would have gotten an idea of what is appropriate to do and say in what situation much earlier in life! Although this book is not geared specifically to those with Asperger's or those who are anywhere on the autism spectrum, it is as useful for them as it is for anybody else.