Friday, December 13, 2013

Book Review: Silent Influencing by Michael Nir

Published: December 26th, 2012
Publisher: self-published
Read from November 26th to 28th
Synopsis from Goodreads:
Are you tired of not getting your message across? Of not being heard? Of having your boss always ignoring you and your spouse not caring what you think?
Silent influencing is THE guide for you. It will enable you to change how you interact with others, how to influence them and how to lead to results. With Silent Influencing you will succeed.


This book is meant to teach you how to influence those around you by paying attention to their body language. It also gives tips on how to use your own body language in order to influence people to think a certain way.

Overall, I thought it was a good book. It's rather short, so it doesn't take long to read at all. Plus, I enjoy learning about body language and the influence it can have without us even realizing it. I will probably not put anything in the book into practice, especially since it's mostly business related, and I'm not usually in a position to use any of it. Still, I found it interesting to learn, and I can see the information in this book being useful to those who work in an office setting.

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