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Stronger Relationships in Love & Life

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Michael S. Sorensen

Michael Sorensen is an award-winning author and relationship coach by day, and an avid reader, researcher, and personal development junkie by night. His award-winning book, I Hear You: The Surprisingly Simple Skill Behind Extraordinary Relationships, has skyrocketed to the #1 spot on Amazon’s best-seller list and is changing the way people around the world approach relationships in business, love, and life.

"I heard Michael's interview on the Art of Charm podcast and, without even reading the book, tried validating my girlfriend the next time we spoke on the phone. It was one of the best conversations we'd had in a long time. I downloaded the audiobook . . . and now feel like I finally know the trick to connecting with others and having great conversations.

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