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I have no idea if someone else is hosting similar challenges. I just grabbed some of what I have hosted before.

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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Spotlight on . . . Win Friends and Customers

Win Friends and Customers
Relationship and Business Success from Empathic Acknowledging
by Lawrence J. Bookbinder Ph.D.   

Publisher: 4444publishing
ISBN: 978-0990775409 
Published: November 2014  
genre: nonfiction
148 pages

format available: trade paperback, ebook

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About the book:

Win Friends and Customers teaches readers the basics of how to listen with empathy and acknowledgements ­ it doesn¹t take an expert to derive valuable benefits from this method presented by author Lawrence J. Bookbinder.  A businessman who listens with empathy and acknowledgements when talking with a customer could increase sales of his product. A wife who listens in this manner when talking with her husband could enhance the affection between them.  This practice is applicable on both levels ­ the professional and the personal.

Readers might benefit in the following areas:
  • Emotional closeness with loved ones
  • Successful discussions with customers about their complaints
  • Pleasure from hearing a friend enthusiastically describe a rewarding experience
  • Sales of their products or services
  • Good relationships with people whose lifestyles are radically different from theirs
  • Constructive discussions with their business partner(s) about disagreements between them





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First contact: Dec 30
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