Know-It-Alls - How to Shut Them Up Respectfully! Joe Ike

ISBN: 9781477630952

Published: June 1st 2012

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272 pages


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Know-It-Alls - How to Shut Them Up Respectfully!  by  Joe Ike

Know-It-Alls - How to Shut Them Up Respectfully! by Joe Ike
June 1st 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 272 pages | ISBN: 9781477630952 | 8.23 Mb

One of the most complained about and denigrating social issue that impacts human relationships and friendships is the Know-It-All behavior in all its manifestations and ramifications. Furthermore, most people know and remember vividly the feeling ofMoreOne of the most complained about and denigrating social issue that impacts human relationships and friendships is the Know-It-All behavior in all its manifestations and ramifications.

Furthermore, most people know and remember vividly the feeling of discomfort and tense trepidation that lasts the duration of an encounter with a Know-It-All. The tens of thousands of Know-It-All related complaints from people of all walks of life, gender and culture helps us to comprehend the magnitude of this exasperating and aggravating social problem. This book is uniquely a first on many fronts, for example, chapter 1 of this book draws the reader into the book by numerically and textually illustrating the enormousness, ubiquity and global nature of the Know-It-All behavior.

But the book does more than that, it defines the term Know-It-All, identifies who is a Know-It-All, enumerates in an anecdotic manner the different ways people manifest the Know-It-All behavior, recounts how the Know-It-All behavior makes us feel, details psychologists recommendations for curtailing and stopping the Know-It-All behavior, and finally empowers victims with 20 practical ways to peacefully and respectfully shut up a Know-It-All.

This well researched book, with almost 300 references, numerically and textually answers questions such as: Are men more likely than women to be Know-It-Alls? What is the most complained about manifestation of all the Know-It-All behaviors? Are people more annoyed with Know-It-Alls who constantly interrupt others to opine their ?wisdom? or are people more upset with Know-It-Alls who are incessantly correcting other people like a machine gun stuck in a permanent firing mode?

How do people generally feel in the presence of a Know-It-All? Do they feel that the Know-It-All is trying to control them or intimidate them? Of all the people we associate with on a daily basis who is most likely to be an agonizing Know-It-All? Who is more likely to be a Know-It-All between your best friend and your father?



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