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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Or they naturally meet you where you are. Being n I’m far from convinced this really dealt with what makes us click with people, and is instead a collection of psychological studies that are interesting, but do not fully support the ‘how to’ notes at the end of each chapter.
Their natural social familiance. Seems obvious enough, but has to be said in these days. When we discover a shared similarity with someone we’ve just met—and…it doesn’t matter in which areas the similarity occurs—we’re more likely to perceive the person as part of what psychologists call an in-group.
We are not drawn to people by rational assessment, but emotional factors.
They talked about everything from world travels to the antiwar movement in the s to Socratic philosophy; their conversation had a natural flow to it. People with similar birthdays were twice as likely to… if you thought that we had the same birthday. Well, you really have to roll with the punches on that one.
Click: The Magic of Instant Connections by Ori Brafman
Try it for yourself braafman grasshopper. When it comes to clicking, spatial proximity also plays a part. This book should be read by everyone who is interested in people, at all. If that hadn’t soured her mood enough, Paul made a comment during the meeting — seemingly out of left field — that soured it further. So that touchy feely class you barfman with those bankers and consultants, it was harder to start it off quickly and another case is the opportunity presents itself quicker.
The ability of people to just get along straight away is one of those things that is a mystery that has fascinated psychologists clik sociologists for years. You’ve got to be vulnerable in order to encourage the other to do the same. Click – well worth a read! I am still friends with the guys that I did the group with and we might have different politics or our lives have gone different in the last ten years and yet we have that basis barfman that trust that we built.
It’s very interesting, and there are insights that you can use in your own life.
The authors display an absence of a thorough organization of ideas; jumping from one to the next. I agree with the previous reviewer that the book is one of many that are churned out based on trusted Gladwell’s formula: It doesn’t research or give information on how to be the person to make relationships click.
Used good examples and I was pleased that the author also discussed the benefits of having a group with quality connections. X and I… the two of us are going to meet Mr. And the reason for that again comes back to the, to our backgrounds living in communities.
I found this book to be fascinating, fast paced and informative. Or how close to that can I come?
To ask other readers questions about Clickplease sign up. And then it happened. And all the citations are from published studies.
It was this place in Palo Alto and it was outside and they were asking horrible questions. Who we know how close we are. 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 clock person and shape our thinking, behavior, and emotions.
And a lot of it is coming from vulnerable place.
Business Book Review: Click by Ori and Rom Brafman – Dorie Clark
I had hoped this book would be more about how to be more magnetic and click more easily with people. And when that trust is broken, then the team becomes weakened. Every morning at exactly 8: Even I have a toll free number from them. Imagine if Ori, I got on Skype with you and I said, Ori I am not a very good Andrew and sometimes my Skype goes out, so anyway, how are you doing today?
Furthermore, if we are in a team that clicks, it makes it more enjoyable — even dull tasks.
Click: The Magic of Instant Connections
Cpick meet someone new—at a party or at work—and you just hit it off. But Paul, instead of becoming defensive, was intrigued. You can be vulnerable about positive emotions.