Three New People: Make the Most of Your Daily Interactions and Stop Missing Amazing Opportunities

Brian Miller (Author)


"Practical, powerful, and a delight to read. A book like Brian's can change everything for someone who cares."-Seth Godin, Author, This is Marketing

Connect with anyone. Strengthen your relationships. Build a sustainable career.

Three New People is a manifesto on the beauty and power of human connection in a world where loneliness has reached epidemic levels. We're rushed, frazzled, distracted, and frankly, scared to talk to strangers. But what if it didn't have to be that way?

What if we could easily connect with anyone we meet - on the airplane, at the coffee shop, waiting in line, in the elevator - and take the chance of making a new connection: one that might last for seconds, or for a lifetime?

As a child with social anxiety, Brian Miller used magic in order to make friends. Now, as a globetrotting professional magician turned motivational speaker, he presents his secrets for connecting with the people you meet on a daily basis.

With the same mix of insight and storytelling from his popular TEDx talk "How to Magically Connect with Anyone," Brian delivers:

*Engaging, personal, and wild stories from a career in magic.

*An action-oriented four-step system for making others feel heard, understood, and valued (E.A.R.S.).

*Tricks to develop self-confidence (and why you can fake confidence, but not sincerity).

*3 concrete techniques for building strong connections at networking events.

*5 ways to remember people's names (and why it really, truly matters).

*Humorous and heart-warming anecdotes that will inspire you to change your world - at school, at home, at the office, or in your community - one person at a time.

Product Details

All the Things Publishing
Publish Date
October 28, 2018
5.25 X 0.52 X 8.0 inches | 0.59 pounds
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About the Author

Brian Miller was born in 1944, in Christchurch, UK. He started his career training as a carpenter and finished as an architectural designer and self-employed builder. Brian always had an interest in writing--submitting comedy material to comedians, radio and television. Following a chance meeting with Nick Clabburn, a lyricist, at Brian's daughter's art gallery, he decided to try his hand at lyric-writing. With positive encouragement from Nick, that has resulted in this booklet. Brian hopes that anyone purchasing the booklet will have as much enjoyment from it as he has had writing it.