How to Talk to Anyone with TV Talk-Show Host Wendy Williams
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The last date listed for How to Talk to Anyone with Wendy Williams was Thursday December 2, 2010 / 7:00pm.
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Wendy looked incredible!!(better than TV) I expected more substance pertaining to the topic, but it was entertaining. There was a question and answer period, but of course most people in the audience were interested in promoting their products. The entire session with Wendy was only an hour (including questions).
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Learn from Dynamic TV Host Wendy Williams
Whether it’s a business function or a social event, we all get tongue-tied, or say the wrong thing — or even worse, remain silent. Now Wendy Williams, television’s hottest new talk show host, will show you how to talk to anyone about anything.
Touted by People Magazine as one of the “best shows of 2009,” The Wendy Williams Show now has the distinction of being “must-see TV” in its second season and can be seen in more than 50 countries around the world.
Williams is the author of two New York Times best-sellers, Wendy’s Got the Heat and The Wendy Williams Experience. Her latest book, Ritz Harper Goes to Hollywood, hit bookshelves in May 2009.
Now the daytime diva is coming to The Learning Annex to teach you the one skill that guarantees success…How to Talk to Anybody – About Anything. In this one-time special event, Wendy will share some of the secrets to amazing gift of gab. “Anyone can improve their skills,” says Wendy. “All you need is a few easy hooks and some confidence. People will walk out of my class ready to take on the world.”
Here’s just a sampling of the secrets Wendy will share:
- Strategies for tackling difficult topics
- “Instant rapport” techniques
- Tips on giving advice
- How to “work” a room
- Effective “small talk”
- Getting people to open up
- Magic phrases that never fail
- Talking to your kids/dealing with family