There is that special moment when two people click, rather than simply meet. Ori Brafman and Rom Brafman, Crown Business, $ (p). The following summary of Ori Brafman and Rom Brafman’s book ‘Click – The magic of instant connections’ is courtesy of Paul Arnold. The Book: Click: The Magic of Instant Connections by Ori Brafman and Rom Brafman, Broadway Books, $ Hardcover, Pages, June.
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Sitting by the pool at the Pasadena Ritz Carlton, Paul was about to do something impulsive, even by his standards. The environment fosters intimacy. This was not that book A former army officer in the special forces, Paul was trained to make split-second decisions, and he has the kind of personality people naturally respond to — he is a natural leader. I had hoped this book would be more about how to be more magnetic and click more easily with people.
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He was seen as irrelevant. And then it happened. I love it but I know, orl I really could spend two hours with you here but I know you got to move on, you got other interviews. You also said in that class that I think it took four weeks to get to that point.
And the last thing is think about if you have any power in this, where are you going to be having the meeting?
Summary of Ori Brafman and Rom Brafman’s book ‘Click – The magic of instant connections’
Dec 18, Gretchen rated it liked it. Thanks for liking this post. Now I understand the dynamics behind it. All about the ingredients for creating quickset intimacy meaningful, deep, fast connections. I agree with the previous reviewer that the book is one of many that are churned out based on trusted Gladwell’s formula: From actors vying for a role on a popular TV series to police officers negotiating with hostage takers, we learn how one can foster an environment where we can click with another person and shape our thinking, behavior, and emotions.
The example that we looked at in the book is the audition process for law and order. Is there a way to create such peak experiences, whether on a date or in your job?
Jun 30, K rated it it was ok Shelves: It questions the meaning behind it, it’s reasoning, why it works with some people and with some it doesn’t and it’s impact on a personal and professional level.
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Click – The magic of instant connections
This book is a little older and touches on the benefits of many principles that ork recently gained popularity e. One moment they were laughing at embarrassing childhood stories, and the next they were finishing each other’s sentences. Does he or she like sailing? Dec 08, Derek Neighbors rated it it was amazing.
It’s very interesting, and there are insights that you can use in your own life. We are social clickk. There have been so many advances in society since then. Webber, founding editor of Fast Company What I also love about this book is its structure and the mind map of the entire book being completed after each chapter.
And how do you really take a moment and understand what the other person is in an emotional way, in a broader level, just like we are trying to do here. Last and least recognized, it can serve to elevate the personal abilities of all involved.
Psychologist Rom Brafman won awards for excellence in teaching and promoting positive human growth. Move another door down and the chances go down by fifty percent again. Sometimes, one brief conversation evolves into something more. Instead clixk calling it quits he launched picclick, a visual way to search eBay at sea, plenty of fish and other sites. In short, a really good book if you want to understand different people, what brings people together, the ingredients of a good relationship and probably also understanding yourself better.
And it would mean something to me to be one of your investments… in your investment portfolio and here grafman why. Click has been discussed it seems forever. And the meaning they derive out bdafman it, for me its beenI can spend hours and days talking about this. Research found the higher the number of similarities between two people, the greater the likelihood of liking one another — irrespective of the level of the attribute i.
And it turns out that context is really important. How do you know these are the only points that matter?