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Patrick King

The Art of Impactful Communication

Break through the static and make a real impact on people. Improve your speaking and listening, and everything in-between.

Communication is not just chit-chat, and it is not just the words coming out of people’s mouths. It’s like an onion with layers and layers of nuance, and the deeper you go, the more important it becomes. Learn how to utilize this powerful tool to your fullest advantage.

Cultivate respect, trust, and comfort with anyone you come across.

The Art of Impactful Communication is about the most important skill you can ever possess: how to clearly communicate your thoughts and feelings, and receive the same from others. It sounds simple, but then you realize that every day is filled with misunderstandings, passive-aggression, missed opportunities, and emotional outbursts. Why?
Genuine communication that leads to long-lasting relationships is rare, and it’s not easy to discover the gaps that hold us back. This book shows you the way and draws deep into both human psychology and usable tips and tricks to transform the way you relate to others.

Effectively use communication to accomplish your personal and professional goals.

Patrick King is an internationally bestselling author and social skills coach. His writing draws of a variety of sources, from scientific research, academic experience, coaching, and real life experience. He’s taught direct communication skills for a number of years, and innately understands how to get below the surface with people and spark up relationships.

Apply these principles anywhere: parties, networking events, dates, and family get-togethers.

•Learn the approach, mindset, and mental slogans for opening people up.
How to understand subtext, empathy, and everything that’s not being said.
•How human psychology plays motivates clear communication practices.

Learn social intelligence, empathy, and social awareness.

•Validation and respect — why they are so difficult to achieve.
How to listen with intent, actively listen, and the four stages of listening.
•Breaking down people’s defenses and getting personal quickly.
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    “Two monologues don’t make a dialogue.”
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    It’s not what you know but who you know
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    First, be nice whenever negativity occurs. Sounds simple enough

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