Lifescripts Kindle º Paperback

  • Paperback
  • 480 pages
  • Lifescripts
  • Stephen M. Pollan
  • English
  • 12 May 2015
  • 9780471643760

10 thoughts on “Lifescripts

  1. Renee Renee says:

    I borrowed this book from my boyfriend's at the time dad I wanted to look up how to have a discussion with my boss on a salary increase I returned the book but then borrowed it again about six months later At that time I noticed the section on 'breaking up with your partner' was dog eared When my boyfriend broke up with me a month or so later he used the exact lines in the book I guess I wasn't the only one that thought it had some useful tips

  2. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    This book is a great starting point for hard conversations While it skews towards traditional business settings much of the content can be modified to be relevant to many work scenarios

  3. Paul Young Paul Young says:

    A valuable book for anyone's shelf I especially like the flow charts and conditional approaches Above all convincing the reader to plan and prepare for conversations is awesome

  4. Dione Sage Dione Sage says:

    Lifescripts by Stephen M Pollan Mark Levine is book for filled with suggestions and conversation diagrams The subjects of conversations range from job hunting to asking your spouse to lose weight Seriously some of these scripts were good and some left me thinking “I would never say that” There were a few suggestions that were overly abrasive to my passive nature but I can also see how this book can help to overcome some of the tougher issues one may face in the office I have even referred back to this book a few times when I was at a loss on how to approach a situation Lifescripts would actually be a good book to gift to someone just joining the workforce Such as a college or high school graduate that has ambitious dreams and may need some guidance as to how to approach the new business world The book version I have also has a CD of scripts for managers which I found to be very helpful

  5. Cindy Cindy says:

    Great reference book I use it when I need to figure out what to say in a difficult work situations for myself or giving advice to others such as how to respond to a salary offer that is too low how to ask your boss for a raise or how to tell a client your fees are increasing It comes with handy little flowcharts to show the different conversation possibilities as well The dialogue is lame but you get the general idea

  6. Heather Heather says:

    This is a great book for those people who always think of what they want to say after the conversation is over I like to visualize a conversation before hand and this book is great for being able to anticipate the other side

  7. Jules Jules says:

    I use this book as a reference whenever I'm dealing with an employee issue at work looks like I need to get the Lifescripts for Managers version instead Not all situations exist in the book but the ones that do are helpful I just finished reading the entire subordinates section again today

  8. Sherry Sherry says:

    Very helpful when you just don't know how to say what needs to be said It portrays many different life situations and what could be said in a positive yet authoritative way

  9. Mckinley Mckinley says:

    Ref book Flow charts for various situations to respond to interesting approach Lays out the likely outcomes which could help in deciding whether to confront in the fist place

  10. Della Scott Della Scott says:

    I registered a book at BookCrossingcom

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Lifescripts➼ [Reading] ➾ Lifescripts By Stephen M. Pollan ➱ – st What to Say to Get What You Want in Life's Toughest SituationsLifescripts has been completely revised and updated taking a self help focus and adding than 50 scripts that help you prepare for diffi st What to Say to Get What You Want in Life's Toughest SituationsLifescripts has been completely revised and updated taking a self help focus and adding than scripts that help you prepare for difficult conversations both inside and outside the office Each of the Lifescripts gives you a plan that leads to the desired result regardless of the obstacles thrown in your path You get an icebreaker opener a pitch an answer to every uestion and a defense for every attack You'll also find strategic pointers on attitude timing preparation and behavior.