How to talk to anyone, anywhere and anytime?

Mayur Bardolia, Result Coach, Author, Trainer

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13 Lessons (1h 53m)
    • 1. Module 1 Introduction

      3:25
    • 2. Module 1 2 Why are we not socially skilled?

      3:32
    • 3. Module 1 3 Being social starts from you

      3:25
    • 4. Module 1 4 Commit to be the best at social skills

      4:10
    • 5. Module 2 1 How to start talking

      12:04
    • 6. Module 2 2 How to overcome hesitation & shyness

      15:13
    • 7. Module 2 3 How to speak without words Body language

      14:59
    • 8. Module 3 1 How to get liked

      15:49
    • 9. Module 3 2 How to join and talk in groups

      8:36
    • 10. Module 3 3 How to lead conversation in group

      8:36
    • 11. Module 4 1 How to introduce yourself and others

      6:45
    • 12. Module 4 2 How to connect and impress people in group

      8:16
    • 13. Module 4 3 How to handle embarrassment in group conversation

      8:12
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Jodean C.

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Mayur can be difficult to understand at times due to his accent. Aside from that, he gives what I feel is good solid advice that feels like will be reasonable to follow. He brings up some good points about coming out of your shell and rejection that most of us already know, but need reminders. I'll be implementing many of his suggestions right away!