Effortless Small Talk: Learn How to Talk to Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere... Even If You're Painfully Shy by Andy Arnott

Book Teaching People How to Make Small Talk

Effortless small talk: learn how to talk to anyone, anytime, anywhere... even if you're painfully shy

Effortless Small Talk

Do You Hate Making Small Talk? 

Do You Wish You Could Walk Up to Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere and Just Start Talking to Them? 

Well, it isn’t difficult… 

I used to despise small talk. I would awkwardly blunder my way through conversations and always end up embarrassing myself. 

However, instead of accepting my awful social skills as “part of me” I decided to overcome them and master small talk. 

And You Can Master Small Talk Too…

In this book I detail everything I did to overcome my fear and inability to make small talk, so that you can do it too. 

You can pick up this book, read through it and have an actionable step-by-step structure to follow so you can master small talk. 

If you follow the simple structure and easy strategies I lay out then you will be able to converse with anyone, anytime, anywhere. 

I studied everything from esteemed psychologists all the way to pick-up artists so I could find the simplest ways to conquer my fears. 

Everything in this book has been boiled down to its simplest form and then molded into actionable steps. 
This means you don’t need to spend countless hours researching, reading and testing techniques, I did all that for you. 

You just need to read this book. 

As you work through the book you will learn the following: 

- The simplest, most actionable strategies for mastering small talk 

- How to effortlessly ‘open’ any conversation, no matter where you are 

- How to control your body language to make people want to talk to you 

- How to use small talk to get ahead in life 

- Simple psychological hacks to instantly improve your mood and radiate confidence 

- How to make other people want to talk to you 

And much, much more. 

But Why is Small Talk So Important

Well, here's the funny thing… 

Most people don’t think small talk is important at all, but that’s because they aren’t aware just how powerful it is. 

If you learn to master small talk then you can use it to better your life in an almost infinite number of ways. 

Small talk can be used to do any of the following, and much more: 

- Get a new promotion at work 

- Meet a new romantic partner 

- Network with incredible people 

- Avoid being the awkward one at the party 

And that is only scratching the surface. 

So, if you hate how awkward you are in social situations and wish you could change, let me help you. 
I wrote this book to help people who were in the exact situation I was in just a few years ago. 

So, don’t let your poor social skills hold you back in life and cripple you. Instead, learn to master small talk. 

Buy the book now and learn how to make effortless small talk with anyone, anywhere, anytime. 

Click the “buy now” button and start conquering your fears and inabilities right now. 

I look forward to helping you on your journey.


Language: English


Word Count: 8400

Sales info:

Book is currently #43 in its category and at #23,692

The best position the book obtained was #1 in both its categories and within the top #1,000 books on the US Kindle store. 

I've developed a number of techniques to ensure that books are consistently selling and even if they start to fall off the charts they can be boosted back. I will be applying one of these techniques to this book in the next 14 day - at which time the sales ranking will massively increase again. 

Sample text:

Most people view small talk with a degree of disdain and believe it is good for only two things: killing time whilst waiting, and having something to do at parties. Otherwise, it’s a nuisance at best and torture at worst.

After all, once the conversational taboos of politics, religion, and sex are crossed off the small talk list, there just isn’t that much to talk about, aside from current events, weather, sports, and the latest entertainment offerings.

It doesn’t help that the name for this activity, “small talk,” implies mindless blather about nothing of significance. I mean, let’s face it small talk, isn’t going to have you delve into the philosophy of Aristotle (unless you’re at a philosophers’ convention), but something nearly everyone forgets is - small talk doesn’t have to be on topics of no value. Once you grasp this concept and get over your misconceptions of it, you see that small talk has real power.

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