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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 12/18 Dawn Yoder wrote: WHAT THE MOST EFFECTIVE PEOPLE DO DIFFERENTLY“Talk is cheap. Everybody does it. The question is, how can you make your words matter and influence any outcome? How can you really connect with others?” In a world where communication is lightning fast and every moment of every day is seemingly saturated ... BOOK REVIEW: Everyone Communicates Few Connect by John C. Maxwell

Dawn's Rating:

2 Stars

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 6/24 stepmorgan wrote: I benefited greatly from 2 of Dr. Maxwell's other books early in my career so I was really looking forward to reading Everyone Communicates Few Connect. Initially I was thrown off by the difference in style. While the book is jam-packed with good material, it seemed somewhat disjointed. My initial response ... Good reference for speakers and writers

stepmorgan's Rating:

3 Stars

On 6/14 jane glanzer wrote: I am a big fan of any John Maxwell book. I love his stories, his one liners, and I love he states thoughts easily so you can remember them. I will first start by talking about the negative in this book. I felt like it became a little redundant os some of his other books. He kind of went over similar ... not everyone communicates, not everyone connects

jane's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/2 Walter Jones wrote: Most of us probably believe we communicate well with others. Some would say they excel in one-on-one interactions. Others exude confidence expressing themselves in group settings. And a few, such as pastors, are used to regular public speaking and likely feel they’ve mastered the ability to communicate ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect: What the Most Effective People Do Differently By John C. Maxwell

Walter's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/27 Joey Sparks wrote: Everyone Communicates, Few Connect was not an enjoyable read for me. As such, it was not a quick read. It’s taken me a year to get through it, reading inconsistently. But that doesn’t mean that it wasn’t a helpful resource. And it certainly doesn’t mean I’m finished consulting ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect (John Maxwell)

Joey's Rating:

3 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 1/7 Keith Tackel wrote: Everyone communicates few connect is the latest book by John C. Maxwell. I will say, I have been a fan of his for a long time so my expectations were very high, and I was not disappointed. One thing that was different about this book was the fact that John took time to get stories from his readers on ... Another great read from Maxwell

Keith's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/29 JHC wrote: This is the third John Maxwell's book that I read on the topic of leadership. I usually like reading Maxwell's books because of his excellent skills in engaging, motivating his audiences and giving suggestions in a very straight forward manner. In this book, Maxwell discusses abot how ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect by John C. Maxwell

JHC's Rating:

3 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