QUESTIONS ARE THE ANSWERS

QUESTIONS ARE THE ANSWERS

Author : Allan Pease

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Rs. 115
Classification Self-Help
Pub Date 01st February 2015
Imprint Oriya Titles
Page Extent 116
Binding PB
Language Oriya
ISBN 978-81-83225-58-8
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Rs. 115
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about book

"The book, Questions Are The Answers, seeks to equip the reader with simple, practical methods to help him/her be a skilled networker.


Summary Of The Book

In Questions Are The Answers, the author Allan Pease lays down the necessary groundwork to help the reader become a top-notch networker.
With this book, the author aims to help the reader develop and constantly improve his/her people skills and be several steps ahead of his/her peers. Pease insists that great networkers are not ‘born’ but ‘made’. He treats networking as a science—a skill that has a specific pattern to it, and is therefore one that be picked up with time and effort.


He discusses many simple techniques to help the reader understand, evaluate, and improve his/her interaction with people. He also provides several tried and tested strategies to help the reader be at the top of his/her game, and do very well financially.


The book was first published in 2010. It is primarily aimed at network marketers, but, the principles provided are applicable to anyone who wishes to take their networking skills up to a whole new level."

About author

"Allan Pease is an Australian body language expert, who pursued a career in sales training, and subsequently transitioned to areas of communication skills and body language.


He has authored and coauthored several bestsellers including Why Men Don’t Listen And Women Can’t Read Maps: How We’re Different And What To Do About It, Body Language: How To Read Others’ Thoughts By Their Gestures, Why Men Want Sex And Women Need Love, Body Language In The Workplace, and The Definitive Book Of Body Language. He has coauthored most of his books with his wife, Barbara Pease.


His writing usually revolves around the topics of body language, and the results of gender differences on human communication and behavior.
He was born in Australia, and started working as a door-to-door salesman at the young age of 10. By the time he turned 21, he had sold a million dollars worth of life insurance, becoming the youngest ever person in Australia to do so. His feat qualified him for the prestigious Million Dollar Round Table. He is a JCI Senator, a Paul Harris Fellow, a fellow of the Life Writers Association, a fellow of The Australian Institute of Management, and a Life Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He has conducted research and presented seminars all over the world. He has also appeared on several television and radio programs."