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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 8/5 emily tsutsumi wrote: I recently read John Maxwell's book, "Everyone Communicates, Few Connect". Basically this book teaches you the difference between these two concepts and how anyone can learn to make every communication an opportunity for a powerful connection. He goes on to share five principles and five practices to ... Everyone Communicates Few Connect by John Maxwell

emily's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/4 jeff ulrich wrote: Everyone Communicates, Few Connect, by John Maxwell: This book looks at how you communicate with people. In words, actions and body language. But really how many times are our lips a flapping and we aren’t really connecting? This book has great practical advice on connecting when we communicate. ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect, by John Maxwell: Book Review

jeff's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/4 Kela Nellums wrote: In Everyone Communicates, Few Connect, Maxwell shares the Five Principles and Five Practices to develop the crucial skill of connecting, including:Finding Common Ground Keeping Your Communication Simple Capturing People’s Interest Inspiring People Staying Authentic in All Your Relationships The ability ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

Kela's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/4 Logan Crumrine wrote: Practicality and useful information are what you will find within the covers of “Everyone Communicates Few Connect”. As a person that doesn’t connect with people well I found many of the thought and advise in this book helpful. Reading through it the first time please know that there is a ton ... Everyone Communicates

Logan's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/28 Hannah Singer wrote: (another review for book sneeze)"everyone communicates, few connect" was a catchy title to me. who doesn't need help with their communication skills? i've often gleaned from john maxwell's writing, so i was pleased to see this as an available book to read and review!is this book for big bosses and speakers? ... a book review: good

Hannah's Rating:

3 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

Jordan 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/23 Darren Wu wrote: I love to read quality books. So recently, I signed up for Booksneeze, a site that sends you books for free! Well. . . not completely free. For the company to benefit, I must provide an honest review of the book I receive. So I chose this particular book because the author, John Maxwell, is known as ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect By John Maxwell | Book Review

Darren's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/22 Aaron Saufley wrote: You’re in the middle of giving an important presentation. Something just isn’t right. People are looking at their watches, nodding off, or texting. You wrap your presentation wondering what happened. The hard fact is this: you communicated with your audience, but you didn’t connect with them. John ... Log Off of YouTube and Read Something: Everyone Communicates, Few connect

Aaron's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/21 Peter Stevens wrote: John C. Maxwell is famous in the world of leadership, both inside and outside of the church. His newest book, however, is not primarily on leadership, but on connecting with people. In his newest book Everyone Communicates, Few Connect, Maxwell digs deep into the world of communicating with people. Speaking ... review of Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

Peter Stevens' Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/19 Eric Upton wrote: Finally finished this book! Talk about a startling look at myself and my abilities! This book was probably the most challenging read for me this year. Simply because it created within me a desire to improve my ability to really and truly connect with others. Yeah, sure. I "talk" a lot, as noted ... Pause and Cause To Reflect

Eric's Rating:

5 Stars