Manjul Publishing House
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Ikkisvi Sadi Ka Lok Vyavahar (You Can! - People Skills For Life) is the Hindi translation of the successful English book, Easy Peasey: People Skills For Life. It is written to help people achieve the skills essential to getting along with other people. It speaks of the human need to be recognised, to be made to feel important, and appreciated by everyone. People's response to another depends on how important they are made to feel.
The author believes that charisma is actually an acquired skill that everyone can learn. It is nothing but the ability to enter unfamiliar social situations and immediately engage with the other participants. With the right amount of determination and willpower, charisma can be acquired by anyone. With this book, the author aims to teach the reader the very art of speaking to others.
Each chapter has a useful summary which reiterates the contents of the chapter to the reader. The simple design and the straight content makes the book easy to read. The book is beneficial to people who would like to get more from conversations in their day to day life. Ikkisvi Sadi Ka Lok Vyavahar (You Can! - People Skills For Life) is available as a paperback that was published by Manjul in 2008.
Ikkisvi Sadi Ka Lok Vyavahar is the Hindi version of the English book, Easy Peasey: People Skills for Life.
About the Author
Barbara Pease is an Australian author who is the CEO of Pease International, an organisation that produces material used by governments and other organisations worldwide as training courses and seminars. She is one Australia's best selling female authors who has co-authored books such as Why Men Don't Listen & Women Can't Read Maps and the Definitive Book on Body Language. She is been a successful salesperson who started a modeling career at age 12.
Allan Pease is the co-author of 15 books most of which he wrote with Barbara and is also a body language expert who is from Australia. Some of his books include Talk Language, The Ultimate Book Of Rude, and Politically Incorrect Jokes And Write Language.