Review – How To Talk So People Will Listen by Lizzie Waterworth
So what is How To Talk So People Will Listen all about?
Lizzie Waterworth’s How to Talk so People Will Listen is an auditory gem that captivates from the first spoken word. Narrated by the author herself, the audiobook infuses her expertise as a professional cartoon voice artist into every chapter, making it a personal masterclass in public speaking and effective communication.
What so great about How to Talk so People Will Listen
The audiobook shines in its ability to make the listener feel as if they are in a one-on-one coaching session with Waterworth. Her animated narration is packed with humorous anecdotes from the world of voice acting, which keeps the content light-hearted and immensely relatable. Moreover, the inclusion of insights from renowned figures like Stephen Fry adds a layer of depth and variety to the advice provided.
Who is How to Talk so People Will Listen for
Designed not just for the young but listeners of all ages, this book demystifies the art of speaking confidently, with practical tips on everything from breath control to handling nervous ticks. This is all summed up in the Confidence Toolkit which is ace. While the only shortcoming is the fleeting nature of the spoken tips — leaving you wishing you could jot them all down — the experience is nonetheless enriching.
To round up
This book is a must-listen for anyone looking to improve their speaking skills and find their voice, ensuring they’re heard and remembered. Whether for a child’s developmental toolkit or an adult’s personal growth, How to Talk so People Will Listen speaks volumes. So grateful to pick it up this book through the elibrary.
4 Stars - Really Liked It