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Marvin Brown has been featured in several publications, sharing his wisdom on how to be a great communicator.
Here is a list of snippets where Marvin has been featured:

Radio

WMKY interviews Marvin

Listen to Marvin’s discuss key topics from How to Meet and Talk to Anyone.

Listen in at wmky.org

Front Page Radio interviews Marvin

Listen as Chuck interviews Marvin, covering topics from How to Meet and Talk to Anyone, including challenges people come across when “speaking with strangers.”

Listen in at msuradio.com

Front Page Radio interviews Marvin

Listen as Chuck interviews Marvin, covering topics from How to Meet and Talk to Anyone, including challenges people come across when “speaking with strangers.”

Listen in at msuradio.com

Talking To Strangers

Statistically 95% of the people in the United States of America do not know how to go over to someone they don’t know and then begin a conversation…

Listen in at Something You Should Know

Audio Dust Jacket Volume 14

Most people fear meeting and talking to strangers. The problem is they don’t know how! In this insightful and entertaining book, Marvin Brown provides simple, elegant and easy-to-use tools that people…

Listen in at Audio Dust Jacket

Print

Blog Critics Book Review

now that I’ve read the instant classic by communication coach and strategist Marvin Brown, I’ve learned a nicer and more graceful way to exit a conversation. Extend my hand, smile, make eye contact, and say something encouraging, such as, “Ralph, it was a pleasure chatting with you. Hope we can do it again soon.” I haven’t burned the bridge behind me, and I can walk away with my head held high…

Read more at Blog Critics

Dallas News Book Review

From early childhood, we’re cautioned about talking to strangers. That stranger-danger conditioning can make it difficult to make connections later on. There’s another form of stranger danger — public speaking. People worry about making a gaffe…

Read more at Dallas News

Five Ways to Win Someone’s Trust Without Speaking

Trust is at the core of every type of human transaction, whether it’s in business, family matters, or with a romantic partner. If you want to get hired, you need to inspire trust.

Read more at UT San Diego

7 Ways to Build Trust without Saying a Word

You can’t get someone to trust you by saying “Trust me.” In fact, if you say that, they’ll immediately become suspicious of you. The best way to get others to trust you is by using body language…

Read more at Business Know How

First impressions count: Seven ways to win trust without using words

Trust is at the core of every type of human transaction, whether it’s in business, family matters, or with a romantic partner, says Marvin Brown an expert in business communication strategies, a sought-after speaker, and the author of the instant…

Read more at The Examiner

7 Ways to Win Someone’s Trust–without Using Words

Trust is at the core of every type of human transaction, whether it’s in business, family matters, or with a romantic partner. If you want to get hired, you need to inspire trust. If you want to make a sale, the prospect has to trust you. To get anyone to listen to your message, they have to feel that you’re on their side….

Read more at Career Bright

Even introverts can learn to be great talkers

Whether you’re engaging in chit-chat with co-workers on the first day of your new job, or talking to a customer to land a potential sale, you need good communication skills in the workplace….

Read more at the Globe and Mail

6 Tips to Become a Master Communicator at Work

According to this year’s annual job outlook survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, the No. 1 skill employers seek from 2013 grads is the “ability to verbally communicate with persons inside and outside the…

Read more at US News

People Follow Bosses They Like; Rapport Wins ‘Em Over

Connect. “People like people who like them, so says Marvin Brown, author of “How to Meet and Talk to Anyone Anywhere, Anytime.” Charming others doesn’t mean impressing them. “Concentrating on the other person more than yourself will make you likable,” Brown told IBD. “Learn how to…

Read more at Investors.com

10 Communication Mistakes Employees Make – and How to Fix Them

Whether you’re engaging in chitchat with coworkers on the first day of your new job, or talking to a prospective client to land a potential sale, you need good communication skills in the workplace…

Read more at Career Bright

Yes, You Can Be a Great Conversationalist

“Being a great talker is a learnable skill,” claims Marvin Brown, an expert in business communication strategies and author of How to Meet and Talk to Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime: Simple Strategies for Great Conversations. “All it takes is a few techniques and a little…

Read more at The Office Professional

The Communication Skills You Need to Get Hired

How often do you hear yourself saying “um,” “you know,” and “like” as conversation fillers? Chances are you’re not even aware of it, but your interviewer certainly is. It’ll take some work (and maybe a public speaking course), but make up your mind…

Read more at Find the Right Job

The One Skill-Set College Grads Need to Succeed in Sales

“Conventional sales training and academic courses don’t prepare young people for the real job they’re going to be doing as salespeople, which is to help others, to listen to them, to understand their needs, and to make their…”

Read more at Beyond.com

10 Ways to Be a Better Communicator at Work

Great communication is about establishing trust, listening well, and being easy to talk to. Whether you’re chatting with coworkers at a new job or pitching a product to a prospective client, you need good communication skills at work in order to make an impact, enhance your reputation, and increase…

Read more at Business2Community