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Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

Everyone Communicates, Few Connect What the Most Effective People Do Differently

By John C. Maxwell
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.03 Stars

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On 10/1 Patsy Costner wrote: Having taught elementary school for 30 years, I would have said that I know all about communicating with people. However, upon retiring I found myself interacting with adults. I had not really given much thought to connecting with people. I choose John Maxwell's, Everyone Communicates Few Connect a couple ... Learning How to Connect

Patsy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/9 Tam631 wrote: A Book Review of 'Everyone Communicates, Few Connect What the Most Effective People Do Differently' By John C. Maxwell.This book review too forever to do because my Pastor - husband loved this book and would not return it for me to finish. So, it's a VERY good book. My husband plans for all small group ... Do you Communicate or Connect?

Tam631's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/14 JD Eddins wrote: Typical of John Maxwell offerings, this book explores the vital area of leadership: communication. The goal of communication should be to connect with listeners/readers. Maxwell defines this as “the ability to identify with people and relate to them in a way that increases your influence with them.” This ... Communicates Well

JD's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/11 Tom wrote: I generally enjoy reading books by John Maxwell.  They are usually informative, engaging, well-written, and easy to read.  Maxwell is committed to using language that is direct, clear, and easy to understand.  As a result, his books are always a good read. Everyone Communicates, Few Connect is no ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect by John C. Maxwell

Tom's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/11 Elizabeth Johnsen wrote: John Maxwell’s Everyone Communicates, Few Connect is a book relevant to anyone who wants to learn to communicate more effectively. The book includes two parts: Connecting Principles and Connecting Practices, each with 5 chapters. It is laid out in a very practical, easy-to-read format. Many of the ... Review: Everyone Communicates, Few Connect – by John Maxwell

Elizabeth's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/9 Mommy Bookworm wrote: I love reading personal and professional development books. Maybe it’s because I’ve been self-employed for 2 years and counting that these types of books interest me now more than ever. In his newest book, John Maxwell talks about how readers can connect with others one-on-one, in a group setting ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

Mommy Bookworm's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/11 ThatGuyKC wrote: We’re constantly bombarded with a deluge of communication. Emails, voicemails, snail mail, banner ads, billboards, books, presentations, magazines, notes, iPhone notifications, instant messages, texts, hallway conversations, etc. According to research studies (that I’m too lazy to dig up a viable ... Communication vs. Connection: Not One And The Same

ThatGuyKC's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/9 nancy kvamme wrote: John C. Maxwell’s book, “Everyone Communicates Few Connect” is not only for people who want to be public speakers. While it does include information for public speakers to connect better with their audiences it also includes ways to connect with others in all kinds of occasions. He utilizes both ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect review

nancy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/7 Kevin Hunt wrote: John Maxwell's "Everyone Communicates, Few Connect" is not necessarily a manual for public speaking or a how-to for a presentation. It's about taking the next step, by connecting, inspiring, motivating... not just relaying information and knowledge. Maxwell stresses simplicity as he lays out his principles ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

Kevin's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/26 Jordan Wright wrote: Everyone communicates. Looks, motions, your words, deeds, and perhaps even thoughts, all form some sort of communication. But how often do you really, truly connect with someone? Is it worth your time? Not very often. And yes, it is. As John Maxwell explains in his book, Everyone Communicates, Few Connect, connections are vital to achieving ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect, by John Maxwell: A Review

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5 Stars