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How To Be Popular

How To Be Popular

(Penguin Petit)

Suhel Seth
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Climbing the social ladder isn’t all about building connections or financial success. A successful person knows the importance of helping people feel listened to, while being compelling in turn – to be both interested, and interesting.

Interested people create good conversations. Good conversations make up interesting people. But that’s not all because there’s nothing quite like the subtle charm of the truly charismatic.

Suhel Seth, who has mastered the art of being both interested and interesting, lays down some basic rules on how to cultivate a winning personality. Based on the premise of growing a wholesome, inviting personality, he charts out tips and tricks on how to develop the critical skills required to go that extra mile.

Imprint: Penguin

Published: Jul/2017

Length : 20 Pages

MRP : ₹15.00

How To Be Popular

(Penguin Petit)

Suhel Seth

Climbing the social ladder isn’t all about building connections or financial success. A successful person knows the importance of helping people feel listened to, while being compelling in turn – to be both interested, and interesting.

Interested people create good conversations. Good conversations make up interesting people. But that’s not all because there’s nothing quite like the subtle charm of the truly charismatic.

Suhel Seth, who has mastered the art of being both interested and interesting, lays down some basic rules on how to cultivate a winning personality. Based on the premise of growing a wholesome, inviting personality, he charts out tips and tricks on how to develop the critical skills required to go that extra mile.

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Suhel Seth

Suhel Seth is the Managing Partner of Counselage India, the only strategic brand management and marketing consultancy in the country advising chairpersons and CEOs on branding and marketing. His clients include R.K. Krishna Kumar of the House of Tata, S. Ramadorai of TCS, Analjit Singh of Max Hospitals, Pawan Munjal of Hero Honda, Sanjiv Goenka of the RPG Group, and Prannoy Roy of NDTV. Suhel writes columns in The Financial Times, Hindustan Times, The Telegraph, and The Indian Express on current affairs and has co-authored two books on Calcutta with Khushwant Singh and R.K. Laxman.

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