Reviews

Reviews

An instant “self-help” classic…

“Marvin Brown has managed to create a seminal work on a subject matter that affects most people on a daily basis. He nails it without being dry and boring. This is not motivational self-help nonsense. The author provides easy-to-use tools that will help anyone become more comfortable in any social situation.”

A must for everybody…

“After reading this wonderful book it is now impossible for me to meet anyone or have a conversation without thinking about Marvin Brown’s words of wisdom. My interaction with people has become much more productive and satisfying. The book is written with insight and intelligence and I highly recommend it to everyone whether or not you think you need it.”

Great guide to become comfortable in any situation…

“Even though I am very talkative … I did not know how to present myself or what kind of questions to ask strangers. There was always a doubt in my mind when entering a new environment. After reading Marvin Brown`s book, I now know how to present myself and build new relationships almost anywhere with anyone.

Brown indicates every single step in the conversations from how to start to how to end with useful tips about how to take or give criticism and compliments, and how to use the body language. He basically teaches the most important communications tools for any age. Also the book is well organized and the language is smooth. I recommend this book for everyone, a great guideline to keep for lifetime.”

Proven ways to comfortably engage and disengage from conversations with anyone…

“Marvin’s book does an excellent job of showing how simple and easy it can be to convert those sometimes awkward, uncomfortable initial interactions and missed opportunities into natural, relaxed, fun and very enjoyable conversational experiences. Quite simply, Marvin Brown’s “How to Meet and Talk to Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime” is much more than a simple book. It’s an authoritative guide on how to easily and naturally start great conversations for those who’d like to improve their conversational skills, and a great review and new idea source for accomplished conversationalists.”

Good tips for starting conversations…

“Common-sense advice that most people know but the author spells it out clearly. Instead of dreading awkward situations I now seek them out to try out these concepts.”