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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It was also rather lax towards any kind of proper statistics.
I found this book to be fascinating, fast paced and informative. Their natural social familiance. Watching the two of them — Nadia, with her fine Mediterranean features and striking jet black hair, Paul, with his rugged all-American looks — one had a sense of their natural comfort together.
The authors collect anecdotes about meaningful and successful and profitable relationships, and they dissect Click was clicl in the same vein as Malcolm Gladwell’s Blink and Outliers. It takes a long time because you have a bunch of consultants and bankers in the room. Things feel right; we hit it off.
Whenever I have worked in companies and with people, the bosses have always tried to keep people who click far away from each other and also put them in different teams because of the brsfman. They have looked at academic literature on the subject, and also spoken with many successful clik and have pinpointed several key characteristics that foster a greater sense of clicking.
To help put the proposal together, Paul had assembled experts from around the world. The prose lacks scientific jargon and is almost narrative in stream making the pages whiz by. Like most of us, when they met a new person, they usually spent their first moments searching for something to talk about.
‘Click’: That Magical Instant Connection Explained : NPR
And so when they go into a job interview they are always a little bit out of flow. Who’s outrageous enough to even bring up Plato and Aristotle in the middle of a strategy session? Sometimes, one brief conversation evolves into something more.
But that when you think back at your magical bracman to something very, very meaningful to you say in the last couple of years, when you think back at it, you actually feel those emotions again just by reflecting back on those experiences and that couples who have that at the origin of their relationship, that have that magic connection, when they reflect back at those magical initial connection, it gives them more satisfaction in their relationship.
Yeah, that sucks, I mean… Andrew: He empathizes, shares a similar story and builds trust out of tension. You know And with someone in that way it turns out psychologically when someone meets us when we are, when they mirror our own emotions, they, we tend to just gravitate it the more.
Even though the subject flick was not new, I found it oir interesting. He has a private practice in Palo Alto. The deeper we go, the deeper the engagement we can make.
Click: The Magic of Instant Connections by Ori Brafman
She had xlick a meal that transcended food — it connected with him at a deeper level. How did that make you feel? Be face to face. Only one chapter does actually discuss the on-the-spot “click”.
Click: The Magic of Instant Connections
Combined presence and flow create resonance. The more adversity you face together the greater the connection.
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. Exactly because he has already seen us once, we are already more familiar with each other. In research, it has been shown that in just18 months, a high self-monitor is able to develop the same quality of inter-relationships that a low self-monitor takes 13 years to achieve.
Published June 8th by Broadway Business first published January 1st The rest of the book does not have to do anything with instantaneous connection and focuses on the well-known factors of proximity or similarity instead. Yes, it is less sexy but oh so much more informative.
Bfafman Welch, a stand up comedian says the point of connection is the point of attention. Like Gladwell, the authors assemble empirical evidence to prove our universal capacity for greatness, but they do so with less verve, worse prose, and more cynicism.
‘Click’: That Magical Instant Connection Explained
I wanted the information so I could use it in my characterizations, but it’s also brilliant for every other aspect of life where we interact with people. In the lectures they were brqfman to take notes and not converse with anyone. There is power in vulnerability – deepens relationships. Short book on how people make connections with each other. I can’t believe how many great tips and studies the authors presented, and all in a very, lay person kinda way.