Book review: How to Have Confidence and Power in Dealing with People

Posted on Sunday, January 9th, 2011

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If you’ve ever struggled with communicating confidently with others, this book is for you!

How to Have Confidence and Power in Dealing with People is virtually a manual from A to Z on human relations.  Les Giblin is genius in outlining the skills needed to becoming confident when dealing with others.  You will learn what to do, how to do it, when to do it, and what NOT to do as it pertains to communicating with people.

Communication is more than what we say.  It’s how we say it, our posture, our expressions; our ever important non-verbal communication that speaks louder than the words that come out of our mouths’.  If you want to be a people person or just have success communicating with people in your everyday life, you must read this book!  Better yet, don’t just read it – apply the principles and I am positive you will see great results in your personal, casual, and business encounters.

The book contains the following chapters:

  • Chapter 1 – Your key to success and happiness
  • Chapter 2 – How to use the basic secret for inluencing others
  • Chapter 3 – How to cash in on your hidden assets
  • Chapter 4 – How to control the actions and attitudes of others
  • Chapter 5 – How you can create a good impression on others
  • Chapter 6 – How to use three big secrets for attracting people
  • Chapter 7 – How to make the other person feel friendly
  • Chapter 8 – How you can develop skill in using words
  • Chapter 9 – How to use the technique that a supreme court justice called “White Magic”
  • Chapter 10 – How to get others to see things your way quickly
  • Chapter 11 – How to get 100% cooperation and increae your brain power
  • Chapter 12 – How to use your miracle power in human relations
  • Chapter 13 – How to criticize others without offending them
  • Chapter 14 – A simple, effective plan of action that will bring you success and happiness
This great motivational book is reviewed by our guest blogger June Hodge. Thanks for this great review, June!

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Our rating: ★★★★½

  • Author: Leslie T. Giblin
  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall Press (November 15, 1985)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0134106717
  • ISBN-13: 978-0134106717

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    It is important to have open and clear communication. I think it is the most basic skill all of us must have.Thanks for the post! This is a must read book on dealing with people. AML

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