A small sampling of the 25 specific actions listeners can take to build positive, healthy relationships includes:
©2005 John C. Maxwell; (P)2005 Thomas Nelson Publishers
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"A great reminder of how to help people"
As a single guy out dating this book was a great help! It reminded me that it’s not about meeting someone and listening to respond. It’s about listening with the intent to add value to that person. I’ve seen my second date chances increase over 50% as I’ve gotten more second dates. I’ve also been reminded that where I was applying these habits in the office I need to apply them everywhere and in all aspects of my life. John C. Maxwell does a lot to help people and I enjoy his work immensely. I just wish they weren’t going through and ‘updating’ his books with new narrators. I have some of his books on CD still and I liked him reading them. This narrator is the best out of the new group of narrators I’ve listen to thus far. If you're looking for a boost in your life, dating or work relationships this simple easy to read book is for you.
"Quick tips for better work relationships"
Not the best but a good buy for the money.
Non fiction book so no character
To learn and memorize personal details about work peers and compliment them.
Didn't realize how short the book was. It it has great tips - and be side it's short I can listen over and over again.
"Not very impactful"
I was hoping for more from this book. Not very impactful. Dated. Though there were a few items I got out of it which I appreciate.
You must choose to encourage others. This is the quickest way to change the behavior in others. Celebrate what you want and never look back!
"Good foundational principles"
These are a compilation of some basic ideas on how to treat others. Great Read.
This book will give the reader the tools to positively connect and influence people. It captures your attention.
"A lot of doublespeak"
It's got a good message but even at only 2 hours and change in length it felt drawn out, and anecdotal.
Good refresher read when losing confidence in building relationships with others or good tips in doing so.
Once again John Maxwell along with Les Parrot "hit a home rum"! Well worth the read.
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