Questions Are the Answers

Author:

Allan Pease

Publisher:

Manjul Publishing House

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Publisher

Manjul Publishing House

Publication Year 2001
ISBN-13

9788186775059

ISBN-10 8186775056
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 111 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 14.3 x 0.9 x 21.4
Weight (grms) 280

What can be the route to advance without proper networking? Networking is the most essential key and sometimes the only key when it comes to handling any kind of task.


What the book offers you:


The book, ‘Questions are the Answers’ is a book that can guide you effectively on how to become an extremely skilled networker; that too in a very short period of time. All the significances of the field are brought to notice by the author, Allan Pease. The author is a firm believer that no individual is born with the skills of networking. In fact, he believes that networking is an art and science which contains specific patterns which can be mastered only with time and practice.


This book, ‘Questions are the Answers’ acquaints the reader with innumerable techniques that can train the reader with the details of how one should interact with others in order to expand and improve their networking quotient. The strategies that the author, Allan Pease, offers are well tested and have been tried by multiple experts over the years. These strategies will also help the readers to attain financial security.

Allan Pease

The author, Allan Pease, holds expert knowledge on the subject of body language. The author, apart from writing also conducts various seminars in different countries on the subject of human communication. His other books like ‘Body Language’ and ‘Why Men Don’t Listen and Women Can’t Read Maps, ’ have been successful to sell over 4 million and 3 million copies all over the world respectively. This book is easily available online for convenient shopping. Get this book from Amazon.in today with the simple click of a button.
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