Conversation Tools we’ve found to work
Learning some quick tips and techniques can be the best way to start overcoming your social anxiety. The three main areas to focus on are your thoughts, emotions and behaviors. Attacking your social anxiety from these three areas at the same time will have a compounding effect on the results you get. Focus on the ones you have the most difficulty with now, and then move on to the others.
Sean W. Cooper know what he’s talking about when it comes to dealing with shyness and social anxiety. I find something fascinating in what he teaches because you can tell he’s been through it, he knows personally what it’s like to have shyness and social anxiety, and he grasped how to beat it. The Shyness and Social Anxiety System got me realizing things I wasn’t aware of about overcoming shyness.
Check out his free 7 day course and judge for yourself!
MEN: Here’s the “REAL” Truth About How to Talk To And Pick Up Beautiful Women ANYWHERE (In the Bar, Club, Park, Store, Gym, Library, College Or Anywhere Else…) Using Simple But Powerful Words…
Okay, from that tagline you’ve probably guessed that this book just might be geared towards the male of the species. At first glance it seems like just another PICK UP HOT CHICKS NOW!! style book, and make no mistake – they aim to please their target audience. The reason it’s included in this list is because it does go a little deeper than that. One of the toughest tricks in the conversation game is to actually start one, and this book suprisingly ditches the lame pickup lines and gives valuable techniques and tips for beginning real, meaningful, conversations with strangers (who may or may not be beautuful women who instantly fall madly in love with you).
If you think this is a pretty dramatic name, and the headlines are just a little over the top, I agree. If you can get past that, this program contains an excellent body of work. You’ll find this information taking hold as soon as you start reading, and once you’ve finished the program you’ll have a solid understanding charisma, and how to use it.
Great small talk and conversation tips, and a very helpful method of combating nerves, shyness and anxiety. It’s also a pretty good confidence builder, if you follow the outlined excercies you should get almost immmediate results. On the con side, it’s blatantly over the top. Imagine Anthony Robbins trying to tell a Steven Wright joke. Well, maybe not that bad. And surprise, there’s a full guarantee with this one as well, are you beginning to see a method to my madness?
The purpose of this site is to help you overcome shyness and nervousness in social situations, improve your conversation skills, help to improve your confidence and develop your sense of humor. We’ve been there, experienced the same frustration, and spent countless hours (and dollars) reading, researching and taking courses, before finally discovering for ourselves which techniques and products actually work.
This isn’t rocket science. If you want to affect change you won’t need Dr Phil or a team of self-help gurus. What you do need is to listen to people who used to be incredibly shy, boring, and yes maybe even painfully awkward, unfunny and dull, who’ve taken the time to figure out where things were going wrong. People like us! The things recommended here worked for us, and can work for you.
If you’ve done any research before landing here, you’ve undoubtedly found very few programs which were helpful. The majority consist of warmed-over leftovers from the last batch of formulaic, connect the dots self-help books and programs, renamed and re-branded. Here you’ll find no suggestions for psycho-babble pap which requires a PHD in Jungian Analysis techniques to get past the first chapter. Nothing boasting the healing power of colors, crystals, or leprechauns. Nothing will begin with the words inner journey, self discovery or chicken soup. No Oprah Book Club. We’re not saying these things don’t work, but from our experience you’re better off sticking with something that targets your precise needs and provides you with real, measurable results in the shortest amount of time. We prefer to save the chicken soup for lunch.
The following have actually helped and worked for us. We’re currently working on expanding this list to include book and product reviews for things that haven’t worked for us at all. Unfortunately, a case of carpal tunnel syndrome is waiting at the end of typing out that list.
These Things Work.
Hey, where did the rest of the reviews go?
We take our recommendations seriously. Because of this we decided to re-evaluate every ebook and program that was listed here on the merits of cost, content, value and projected results. We pored over them with a fine tooth comb and all reached the same conclusion – everything presented here was informative, but way overpriced, and the majority contained very similar information.
So we’ve gone back to the drawing board. Max Matterson has a great program which we still stand behind 100%. If you care to visit our bookstore we’ve organized a great collection of books on a variety of related subjects, all of which have very helpful to us. They contain real-world customer reviews to help you judge their merit. In the meantime we’re writing in-depth book reviews of our own, and testing out new programs. Very soon the re-vamped review section will be back and more vital than ever.