This book is some 6 years old and it I am already hunting down more information to get the outcome of some of Incredibly interesting, in-depth dive into how the mind works when it comes to makes us think and do what we do. Reminded me of a Malcolm Gladwell wanna be. Looking for beautiful books? They just go for it and leave the emotional guilt behind as they pursue their goals and objectives.
|Date Added:||23 January 2006|
|File Size:||63.49 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Flipnosis: The Art of Split-Second Persuasion by Kevin Dutton
Not even funny ones? The book is amazingly fast-paced and I simply love the directness of the style; it is like the writer is talking to you directly! Still, an interesting read. Flipnosis is his first book.
Flipnosis : The Art of Split-Second Persuasion
The description of the book makes one hope for a little more inside information on practical ways to use it. Second, there was a really flipnosls chapte I almost put the book down during the first few chapters, but I'm glad I finished.
An easy read and so much better than his other book.
Goodreads is the world's largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. In other words, he's better to watch than he is to read. Kevin Dutton is an expert on the science of social influence, and his ideas show how much he has observed.
But he's got a whole bunch of stories flipnoss parables that shed new light on how we are persuaded. Dutton Dutton has looked into a great body of research and case studies and set himself the task of distilling the elements which, if combined judiciously, can help one persuade others instantly.
Kevin Dutton emphasizes that the techniques of persuasion, and of being convinced to change one's mind even in the face of factual evidence, are universal.
Hence the mixed feelings and reviews of this book. Sep 09, Rebecca rated it liked it. It doesn't just turn the tables, it kicks them over. After all, if you are not influencing others than they quite likely are influencing you. Obama's ref Flionosis in sales, I've found this to be valuable in applying to how I connect with people over the phone.
‘Flipnosis: The Art of Split-second Persuasion’
Vlipnosis, I saw this at the library i. Review Text "[A] wide-ranging and entertaining tour of the science of persuasion and influence.
It was a little chewy to get through, but when I looked the author up on YouTube, I found he's more entertaining on video. There wasn't any unifying idea, or even theme, though the entire book seemed to be wrapped in a heavy layer of 50's-era sexist jokes? Most of them were unrelated to each other. Also his writing style is incredibly glamorous for a university research fellow read: After all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder right?!
Flipnosis : Kevin Dutton :
Dutton's text is thus yet another one on the topic, which is rather establised now yet preserves all its unnerving and disillusioning charm. What could all this mean for language teachers?
Otherwise, if you can look past the technical jargon that tends to pepper the book, it's not bad. Refresh and try again. Jul 10, Rhys Powell rated it it was amazing. As a psychology book it gets four stars.
Feb 02, Austin Luca rated it really liked it.