TalkRx Book Assets

Do you find yourself avoiding difficult conversations—and instead going radio-silent or talking about people rather than to them? Our inability to communicate causes stress and results in disconnection, loneliness and broken relationships. My friend Doctor Neha recently launched a book called TalkRx that will change the way you communicate. In it she shares a practical yet profound 5 step process that will save you time, strengthen your relationships, reduce your stress, and improve your health. Order your copy (and maybe one for a friend or family member!) today.

Have you heard anything about the book TalkRx yet? Then I’d like to introduce you to Doctor Neha. She combines the science of medicine with the art of communication to teach you practical tools to navigate awkward situations, get yourself out of the dog house, and resolve conflict. It’s one of those books you’ll want on hand for years to come. Order your copy (and maybe one for a friend or family member!) today.

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SUBJECT: Talk Rx – great book about honest conversations by Neha Sangwan, MD

Dear [NAME],

Over the years I have become very selective about the people and books I promote. But when this one landed on my desk (and then I went on to consume it in one sitting!) I knew I had to share it with you.

Have you ever been stumped during a conversation?

Have you ever experienced a sensation in your body (clues about what you’re feeling) during a conversation but you weren’t sure what to do with it? Or what it all meant?

In my friend Doctor Neha’s book TalkRx, you will learn the 5 steps to honest communication that create connection, health and happiness.

This book is filled with stories, lessons, and insights from Doctor Neha’s 15 years experience as a physician in both private practice and in one of the nation’s largest hospital systems. During that time Doctor Neha discovered a theme: her patients’ inability to communicate often played an underlying role in their illness and how well they were able to recover. Once she understood this correlation, she was inspired to create the simple five-step process you’ll learn in this book—The i-Five Conversation.

As Doctor Neha teaches, communication is simple, but it’s not always easy. By the time you put this book down you will have a useful set of tools and templates that will strengthen your relationships, reduce your stress, improve your health AND save you time! TalkRx will lead you step by step to:

  • Listen to your body’s signals to better manage stress
  • Articulate your frustration and disappointment effectively
  • Create new outcomes with even the most challenging personalities in your life
  • Confidently talk to people instead of about them
  • Make agreements that stick

If you’re not yet familiar with Doctor Neha, she is an internal medicine physician and corporate communication expert, and has shared her discoveries on the stages of TEDx Berkeley and TEDx San Luis Obispo. In addition, she speaks frequently for and partners with organizations such as the American Heart Association, American Express, Kaiser Permanente, and Google.

This book is engaging and maybe even more important—useful. These tools are practical enough that you’ll be using them immediately. And I even implemented some of the TalkRx strategies during a difficult conversation I had to have—and they work! It was one of the most honest and connecting conversations I’ve had in a long time.

Oh, and when you order TalkRx today, you’ll get access to a whole slew of fabulous bonuses such as a free preview of TalkRx, the TalkRx Journal, videos of clients applying the TalkRx tools, TalkRx podcasts, a library of her favorite resources, and access to the TalkRx community on Facebook.

This is a fabulous book that you’ll keep as a communication resource for many years to come. If you’re anything like me, you’ll love having a useful how-to guide to help you communicate everyday‚—and especially when it matters most.



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