I am proud to announce that I have launched a new, enhanced and expanded edition of my popular e-book: How to Build Relationships That Stick . The enthusiastic reception the book has received during the couple of days it has been in the marketplace has been more than gratifying. The new version contains many new insights and practical tips, and is spiced with entertaining stories, many of them true, to illustrate important principles.
Is this book for you? There are surely very few people, if indeed any at all, whose quality of life will not be improved through fine-tuning their personal relationship skills in some way or other. Even people who have good marriages (or think they do) and get on well with all and sundry are not excluded from this assessment. But particularly, you need How to Build Relationships That Stick if you recognize yourself in one or more of the following scenarios:
- You are stuck in a shaky, conflict-ridden marriage that most of the time seems nothing but a nightmare.
- At work, you’re working as a member of a team on an important project, but your colleagues ignore all your good ideas, and sometimes at meetings even forget that you’re present.
- Your teenage children don’t seem to understand that you love them and only want what’s good for them.
- You have a friend who always picks an argument whenever you start what you intend to be a pleasant conversation.
- Your spouse has a good heart but can’t control his or her temper.
- You have a snooty neighbor who, much to your chagrin, always gives you the cold shoulder when you bump into each other in the street.
- You try to comfort a friend in distress, but you can’t understand why he takes everything you say the wrong way.
- You feel your family or friends don’t appreciate all the things you do for them.
- You find it hard to say no to anyone who asks a favor from you.
- You’d love to make friends with that stranger you sometimes see at the bus stop, but you don’t know how to take the first step.
Here is what prominent interpersonal communication expert Kare Anderson has to say about How to Build Relationships That Stick:
“A bountiful book of powerfully practical insights on how to make friends and cultivate deeper, satisfying relationships over time. It makes a great gift, basis for a course or team conversation – or a personal primer for a more meaningful life – with others.”
The book is written in a friendly, highly readable style and each chapter concludes with practical exercises to help the reader apply the relevant concepts in everyday life.
Azriel Winnett is the author of the highly acclaimed, eye-opening book How to Build Relationships That Stick. An enhanced edition is now available as a paperback.