How To Make People Like You In 90 Seconds Or Less: Library Edition
The author is in fact a world-renowned fashion photographer who became very interested in the topic and went on to earn a certification with leading doctors in this field. He shares his learnings in the book.
For someone who is shy, would like to improve his perception in the world,...more
I'm practicing asking open ended questions and mirroring right now. Well, at least I'm acutely aware when I'm doing a bad job of it.
Overall great, easy read, especially if you are looking to connect more quickly and easily with those you encounter.
There's definitely some pseudoscience going on ("research proves" that people prefer one sense over the others) as well as some seminar-sales...more
"You'll need a partner to work with. Stand about eight feet apart, facing each other like two gunfighters in a cowboy movie. As you say "Hi!" clap your hands...more
An introduction to Neuro-Linguistic Programming, and the cheesiest author photo you'll see all week! Nicholas Boothman's book is a summary form of lectures and workshops he gives on techniques that will help people make better connections faster. Boothman is writing about personal, face-to-face connecting, but he's such a likeable guy that the likeable-ness drips off every page of How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less. But do his techniques add up to anything truly useful for the rea...more
people like you in 90 seconds or less: attitude, synchronization,
conversation and sensory preferences.
so Helpful and informative book,I find it interesting that I'm kinesthetic I've never knew that before ,it all boils down to make dealing with other ppl effortless by matching their preferences.
A few key pointers: People feel more comfortable when you "synchronize" aka mimic them and are like them. Establish rapport. Ask open-ended questions. I think too many of us are just waiting to talk next and talk about ourselves and miss opportunities to connect. I'm always shocked when people don't know how...more