Thursday, March 18, 2010

Everyone Communicates Few Connect by John C. Maxwell

John C. Maxwell is back with an engaging book, Everyone Communicates Few Connect, that will teach you how to connect with your audience. Whether you have an audience of one, ten or ten thousand, this book gives examples of how to be your best with each. Maxwell share several of his mistakes in hopes of helping the reader to learn from them. He also shares some successes, but in a humble way-not for his own glory, but to show what works.

This book was very easy to read and is proof that Maxwell is an excellent communicator. Each chapter closes with a section on how to apply what you learned in that chapter in three different ways. How to connect better one on one, with a group and with an audience. Maxwell proves in this book that connecting one on one is just as important as connecting with a large group.

My favorite part of this book was when Maxwell mentioned how humor can help you connect to your audience. I wholeheartedly concur! I loved the section where he talked about signs in other countries relaying a message wrong. Too funny!

This book was provided for review by Thomas Nelson as part of their BookSneeze program.
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