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'Reading Self-Help Material To Improve Communication Skills' Is Shane Warne

by Rukmani Krishna on August 24, 2012 at 11:55 PM
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 'Reading Self-Help Material To Improve Communication Skills' Is Shane Warne

Recently former cricketer Shane Warne was spotted with some self-help material as he left a building in Melbourne, Australia.

After undergoing his dramatic physical transformation by losing excess pounds, it seems that the cricket legend is looking to enhance his communication skills.


The 42-year-old had a printout with the title The Steps of Visualizing and Verbalizing, and he had already made a start on the text.

The first two chapters of the book, The Climate, and Picture to Picture, had been highlighted, the Daily Mail reported.

The father-of-three could potentially be reading the information that helps with communication and learning to make him a better motivational speaker.

Since retiring from international cricket Shane has developed a lucrative career as a guest speaker at after dinner events.

His booking agency describe him as 'a very likeable person, full of energy and his after dinner speeches are packed with wonderfully entertaining stories of his time and experiences in the world of cricket.'

With the help of The Steps of Visualizing and Verbalizing, Shane should be able to fully engage his audience and describe his memories more vividly.

Source: ANI
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