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    A Car Dealer’s Guide to Google My Business: You never get a second chance to make a good first impression! []  2020-11-21 19:29

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    A Car Dealer’s Guide to Google My Business: You never get a second chance to make a good first impression! []  2020-11-21 19:29

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    A Car Dealer’s Guide to Google My Business: You never get a second chance to make a good first impression! []  2020-11-21 19:29

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    A Car Dealer’s Guide to Google My Business: You never get a second chance to make a good first impression! []  2020-11-21 19:29

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression []  2019-12-30 18:49

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression []  2019-12-30 18:49

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression []  2019-12-30 18:49

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression []  2019-12-30 18:49

    Not everyone is excellent in social situations. The items you'll read in this eBook are beautiful common sense. Sometimes, we over think when communicating in social groups and that usually could lead to poor impressions. This eBook helped me set out some guidelines to have better relationships and connections with either with my mates or even people I just met. It does take practice to obtain used to these principles. I would suggest reading 1-3 principles at a time and putting them in to practice. I would say so far, I'm getting positive feedback from my mates through my fresh actions. I would recommend this book to a friend.

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    Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions []  2020-1-29 1:17

    As usually, if you have read several books by an author, some things begin to be already heard. The book is amazing and it summarizes the idea of Gigerenzer versus Behavioral Economics school and why he is versus it. However, some parts are already repeated with former books.If we go to the name of the book -that could be misguiding- we'll search that Gigerenzer tries to reduce heuristics to risk-related decisions as a kind of main principle. However, Gigerenzer himself has shown how heuristics can go well beyond risk calculations. For instance, the known example used by Kahnemann -Linda, the feminist teller- has been yzed by Gigerenzer in a former book showing why the "wrong" respond is not wrong at some parts, this book and how it explains risk concepts reminds "The Black Swan" by Nassim Taleb.

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    Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions []  2020-1-29 1:17

    I like the overall style -- a range of subjects but focused discussion within each, combining general intellectual ideas with practical tip for you. The emphasis is primarily on health matters, secondarily on financial and thirdly on broader daily life matters. Like other authors he is distressed by public misunderstanding of statistics regarding medical risks and benefits, but he emphasizes this is not "because people are stupid". Rather, it is a consequence of not good "risk communication" by well-meaning experts, and more disgracefully a consequence of deliberate obfuscation by self-interested parties in the medical and financial industries, for which he gives a lot of hair-raising stories. Most of us already suspect that financial tip will usually be self-serving, but the extent of this in the medical field is more amazing. For a lot of diseases "screening" (testing people who do not have symptoms or risk factors) has no proven benefit or even has proven harm, but is done to avoid liability or to create cash or out of uninformed presumption that it must be for "general intellectual ideas" this book, following the author's previous Gut Feelings: The Intelligence of the Unconscious, presents an interesting counterpoint to Kahneman's Thinking, Quick and Slow. In settings of decisions under uncertainty where probabilities and magnitudes of benefits and costs are known, there is (arguably) a "correct" decision. In such settings, being aware of Kahneman's "fast (heuristic) vs slow (rational)" dichotomy, and recognizing one should go the slow-and-rational route, is valuable. Gigerenzer's counter is that such settings are the exception, not the typical case, in the true world, which is full of "unknown unknowns", so that heuristics are both important and, being based on evolutionary experience, form a toolbox that works surprisingly well. For instance he claims that half of professional decisions in huge companies are created based on gut feelings. This in turn leads to a "simple rules are better than complex rules" principle for typical real-world decisions. As an daily life example, he suggests four possible rules for choosing from an extensive restaurant menu, as alternatives to thinking slowly about each dish: choose a category ("fish") then pick the first fish dish agreeable; ask the waiter what he would have; copy companions; or order your usual favorite dish.Unlike a lot of other academics, Gigerenzer is optimistic about the potential of "teaching risk literacy", both to kids and adults. Allow me want him much success!This is one of several very amazing general-audience books on risk; for somewhat various perspectives, from academic to folksy styles, see Risk: A Very Short Introduction or How Dangerous Is It, Really?: Why Our Fears Don't Always Match the Facts or The Norm Chronicles: Stories and Numbers About Danger and Death

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression []  2019-12-30 18:49

    It's nice to be able to have someone point out where you may be a jerk or annoying and just be able to think about it, rather than feel defensive as you might in a face to face situation. If you are wondering, "What the heck is wrong with me?" it's possible that this book will support you to respond that question. I really appreciate that someone took the time to write this, as it helped me see myself as others probably see me without hurting my feelings.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression []  2019-12-30 18:49

    This book is a serious godsend and I'm very satisfied I picked it up for free on a promotional day - definitely would have been more than okay paying cover price for it. Inside this book is a intelligent peek into how people think and what drives them on a everyday basis. How and why people create the mates that they do. Where their motivations and drives come from. And what the best ways to dig into those are! I read a lot of these kinds of books and Magnetic is really one of the best I've come across.

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    Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions []  2020-1-29 1:17

    Risk Savvy is a book in the behavioral economics & decision making genre. Other books in this genre contain Thinking Quick and Slow, Predictably Irrational, the Signal and the Noise, works of Nassim Taleb. The book is a distillation of the author's extensive research & consulting experiences. It's very well written. It has a lot of interesting anecdotes and sound advice. It's fun and e core thesis of the book is that heuristics are powerful. Why? For one, they deal with noise (& overfit!) extremely well, which is abundant in modern life. Two, in domains where we know little, a heuristic may give you expert-level performance. The author even suggests developing correct heuristics is essentially what an expert does! So, as an individual, if you work on refining the heuristics you follow, you can create better decisions in life. The book is full of examples and suggestions for different garding content, the section on health care was an eye-opener for me. Comparing the medical industry with the financial industry, exposing the statistical illiteracy of doctors & incentives are truly revealing regarding what's wrong with the US health care system. Most necessary message? Place try results in statistical context. Don't obtain overtested to avoid the issue of false positives & unnecessary treatments. This book will likely change the method you seek health e author's thoughts regarding teaching risk literacy to wide swathes of population are commendable. Decision making, though extremely important, is a skill few of us master. I highly recommend Risk Savvy and the other mentioned works to those who wish to create better : I'd like to thank the author for writing a famous book that plays the devil's advocate versus the skeptics of human rationality. After reading his arguments, I'm convinced that human beings aren't necessarily irrational, rather we're untrained to create sound decisions in a complex world. This book provides that kind of training.

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    Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions []  2020-1-29 1:17

    This is one of the wisest books I've ever read. The main point is that for known (truly predictable) risks, complex rules are best. Otherwise, you should rely on easy "rules of thumb" (ROTs) to navigate the complexity of the true world, which has numerous "unknown unknowns". Most things in the true globe can't be modeled accurately at all and complex (but useless) mathematical models can easily lead you 's a brief summary of the book:Chapters 1+2 makes the distinction between known risks vs. uncertainty in the true world. The author describes the "turkey illusion" in which a turkey assumes a farmer will feed it everyday (based on past experience) because it doesn't know about Thanksgiving. Gigerenzer provides a brief primer on statistics and the distinction between relative and absolute risks. (Something may raise your relative risk by 3x but if the absolute risk only increases from 1 in 100,000 to 3 in 100,000 then it's just statistical noise!) The author recommends using "natural frequencies" in order to create statistics as intuitive as apter 5 discusses the financial collapse of 2008 and how NONE of the economic models predicted it because these "toy" models can only deal with known risks, NOT the true world. A easy ROT for investments is to diversify as much as possible, i.e. "don't place all of your eggs into a single basket". In Chapter 8, the author recommends "choosing a partner that your peers search desirable". He then simplifies it even further to "marry someone you love" (the ultimate gut-feeling). Chapters 9-10 warns about medical screening because all tests in the true globe have limitations and false positives are major omission in the book are ROTs for science- below are 6 useful ones:1) All models are wrong-some models are is really about building models that create useful predictions. Useful models give "correct" answers over a certain range (and break down outside of that range) and don't necessarily describe reality (whatever that is). Physics and engineering have a lot of useful models but biology does NOT because the latter is simply too complex to model accurately. Economics and climatology are 2 other fields that lack useful models.2) Ignore "tiny" effects (good and bad).This means ignoring most health headlines, which are full of little risks (in absolute terms) and NOT taking heavily marketed but ineffective (e.g. only 1 person out of 100 who takes a statin actually benefits and yet statins are among the most commonly prescribed !).3) ~50% of science/medicine is wrong (but be neutral, not cynical).The public vastly overestimates what science truly understands. (Most people would be surprised to learn that no one really knows why animals sleep; or how tylenol works or why ice is slippery, etc.) Medicine has created amazing strides in treating wounds/injuries and infectious diseases. Medicine has been FAR less successful in nutrition, cancer, mental conditions, chronic disease, etc. so some current treatments are actually making patients worse.4) If true experts exist, then absolutely, you should listen to them.But be wary of "spets", who are often wrong and even unaware they're merely guessing. Most fields only have spets. A spet may know 100x what you know about a subject- but if you know 0.1% and they know 10% then they still don't know enough to be blindly trusted and in fact may be more biased than a neutral outsider.5) With enough assumptions, you can justify should be skeptical of alternate, contrary theories. But you should be equally skeptical of the "consensus" (which is all too often based on dogma and group-think) if it's NOT based on solid experimental evidence. Science is becoming increasingly useless like "art" (diminishing returns). Some fields have no practical value and are dominated by guesses that can never be confirmed. A lot of begin problems in science/medicine are due to "unknown unknowns" that may even be beyond our comprehension.6) You can identify pseudo-science by how its proponents answer to is ROT alone is all you need in order to recognize that something like CO2 hysteria is junk-science.

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    Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions []  2020-1-29 1:17

    Everyone should read this book to appreciate how a lot of of the decisions we create are based on false premises. Gigerenzer takes a swipe at the medical and financial advising professions (amongst others) and shows how the interpretation of statistics by specialists (who should know better) can be distorted, often for their own advantage. He has pithy and sensible tip for the teaching profession as regards their approach to teaching children, from poor technology habits to giving kids true life skills. He explains the difference between risk and uncertainty and how trying to predict the latter is a futile exercise. This book should be essential reading for parents to help them to support their kids gain life skills.

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    Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions []  2020-1-29 1:17

    I read and was impressed with the author's book 'Gut Feelings'. This book was a total disappointment becausethe material was almost the same. Various organization, mixed with some various stories but basically thesame material as with the other book. So if you read one book you do not need to read the other. Between the two I recommendthe other book. This book was like a collection of articles about the topic randomly place toghether without any architecture andintegration into a whole. I got the feeling that either publisher tried to create a fast buck or the author tried to proliferate his numberof books in a 'fast and frugal' way. Maybe the 'rule of thumb' is that all that do not matter much for the majority. I am surprized withhigh recommendations written about this book, and than again I am a small bit suspicious about the sincerety of these reviewers!I want I never read this book and maintained a very high level of impression about the author which I had after reading the 'Gut Feelings'.

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    Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions []  2020-1-29 1:17

    This book includes most valuable information, but it is largely a regurgitation of Gigerenzer's earlier book, Calculated Risks. Risk Savvy is not as well organized as Calculated Risks, but it is similarly repetitive. As in Calculated Risks, he explains the difference between risk and uncertainty, teaches the necessary of presenting risk in terms of reference classes and natural frequencies (instead of percentages or fractions), and uses such examples as medical tests. A lot of of the examples or even quotes he uses are the same. The novel info in Risk Savvy is about decision-making under uncertainty. He argues that intuition and/or easy rules of thumb are often more useful than complicated decision-making tactics (when risks are unknown and there is much uncertainty, etc.). He explains under what conditions intuition or easy rules of thumb are preferable, and he provides useful arguments and examples in such locations as investing and choosing a food at a restaurant. This book could have been a couple of extra chapters to Calculated Risks, not a whole fresh book.

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    Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions []  2020-1-29 1:17

    This book provides very amazing general info regarding how much of what we are told about different risks (e.g. terrorism, disease, medicine, etc.) is seriously flawed and miscommunicated. What is even scarier is how the author doents the fact that the supposed experts involved in these different fields are mostly ignorant of the true risks as well. For example he reports the results of studies showing that for the most part physicians have no idea what a positive effect on a medical try really means and how likely it is to be wrong. The author does attempt to provide some guidelines for which society as a whole and individuals themselves can become much more "Risk Savvy".Good book. Recommended.

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    Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions []  2020-1-29 1:17

    We are all plagued by the cognitive deficiencies that come with being human. Some biases are unavoidable and biologically ingrained while others are the product of not being familiarized with the land of statistics. Risk Savvy tackles several subjects with a basic focus on understanding statistics in terms of relative frequency. In particular medical science is at the core of much of the book and the author focuses how to better communicate medical risks to patients. Besides this subject there are other ideas touched upon including psychology or rare happening risk as well as risks in the financial system. Dangerous Savvy introduces the reader to ideas of Bayesian inference in an intuitive manner and gives amazing policy tip for the medical e book is split into three parts of which the true contents are contained within the first two sections with the latest being some policy advice. The first section is titled- the Psychology of Risk. It starts by describing how commonly used forecasts like the likelihood of rain are understood differently by different members of the population and how this misunderstanding comes from being unfamiliar with what sets the probabilities used in common dialogue refer to. The need for people to articulate what probability is being used for specifically is at the core of a lot of misunderstanding and misinformation. The author cites using studies that when people are instructed better about the class of happenings the probability is on common misunderstandings can all but disappear. The author also discusses how we can often mis-assess risks when we are faced with happenings we are unfamiliar. In particular the author goes through the effective statistics of happenings like 9-11 on behavior (increased driving relative to flying) which are at their core irrational given the risks of dying on the street are substantially higher than flying. The author gives tangible examples to the reader so that they can understand which kinds of reasoning failures a lot of of us naturally create when making e second part is the core of the book. The author discusses a lot of various subjects including insurance selling, romance and biostatistics. Each subject gives examples of how we create decisions and how we can create errors. Appreciating our gut instincts is a subject of focus and the author highlights how we should rely on using our gut instincts with respect to making multidimensional executive decisions. He discusses how the fear of getting things wrong leads to institutional decay and a lack of innovation. The author also discusses gut instinct with respect to romance and marriage. He starts the subject by using Darwin's way of dual entry book keeping for figuring out whether to obtain married or not but then discusses how in reality our gut instincts really tend to drive these decisions. The core of the section for me was on biostatistics. The author spends a lot of time discussing misunderstanding and not good phrasing in the medical profession. There are amazing policy suggestions and the reader gets a amazing sense of intuitively what Bayesian reasoning entails. The author also discusses the banking system and how the banking system is plagued by moral hazard and how the fundamental misalignment of interests in a leveraged limited liability system can lead to e author ends with some solution suggestions to the fact that education systems of today focus too small on probabilistic reasoning. The suggestions for the medical industry seem very beneficial as the easy visuals the author constructs give a very intuitive perspective on relative frequency. The suggestions for finance is a bit weaker though the author does articulate well how a lot of financial narratives that defend the industry are unconvincing. The author also discusses social aspects of the internet and how online interaction has resulted in isolation for some parts of society, this part didn't really fit into the rest of the book. All in all Risk Savvy gives the reader an introduction to how we create mistakes when reasoning in situations with risk. The failures in reasoning are various for various events- for disaster its misunderstanding tail probabilities, for medical science it is misunderstanding Bayesian statistics and relative frequency and for finance it is misunderstanding the nature of distributions in economic systems, namely they should not be assumed normal and there are a lot of unknown unkowns. I enjoyed reading it and is a worthwhile addition to the literature on behavioral science.

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    Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions []  2020-1-29 1:17

    This was a very reader friendly approach to using heuristics (rules of thumb) in decision-making. A convincing case is created for using heuristics over complex predictive models when there are unknown risks. Interesting stories outline the importance of being able to properly understand and communicate ally whetted my appetite to read more deeply in the topic area.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression []  2019-12-30 18:49

    This is a poorly presented amalgam of pop psychology. For example "Studies have shown there are between four and six distinct human emotions." says the author, who then cites one study. One social science study making a claim does not "show" something to be true, yet this is the method the book is written. The author appears to have read a few of the better known research articles on how to be found beautiful to others, and summarized them. We can all do that, and it is better to read them ourselves rather than have them filtered through the lense of someone who does not understand social science research well. Additionally, the author continually (and annoyingly in my opinion) makes reference to Bill Clinton as the ultimate example of charisma. This abuser of women is someone I found revolting even before we knew his nature. He should not be our example. Mysteriously charismatic women are rarely held up as examples. I do not think this book is helpful since it does not do anything but summarize research that has already been much-discussed elsewhere. Example: "Focus on the person in front of you to create them fell like they have your full attention" . How to do this, e.g., obvious things like "look at them" is discussed in about five pages of repetitive detail. I advise you to pass on this book.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression []  2019-12-30 18:49

    Patrick lays down the fundamentals of how to be charismatic and place it in very lay man's terms. It's simple to follow and he provides lots of examples of the theory is hard to uNDERSTAND. It's a greAt read and provides profound insight into the globe of charisma. ReAding this and applying it everyday will support you live the life you've always wanted on your own terms.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression []  2019-12-30 18:49

    Social cues for social success. If I had one complaint about the book, it’s that the latest chapter should have been first because I think it is integral to understanding social interaction and should be the first thing people learn about. But hey that’s just me I guess. It works nicely as a finisher and overview of everything already in the book to that point.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression []  2019-12-30 18:49

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    Small Talk: How to Start a Conversation, Truly Connect with Others and Make a Killer First Impression []  2020-1-31 3:50

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-8 18:2

    It's nice to be able to have someone point out where you may be a jerk or annoying and just be able to think about it, rather than feel defensive as you might in a face to face situation. If you are wondering, "What the heck is wrong with me?" it's possible that this book will support you to respond that question. I really appreciate that someone took the time to write this, as it helped me see myself as others probably see me without hurting my feelings.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-8 18:2

    It was definitely worth the price. I also read CHATTER by the same author and it’ very cool to see that he is writing more on the same subject because I loved that book as well. I hope he writes more on this topic, as I’m a married guy and his dating material is less useful to me. I really liked learning about how people perceive themselves and why that works in making people like and have fun you.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-8 18:2

    First of all, I love that Judge Judy was referenced here. I cannot obtain enough of her present and her snark. She also has one of the best lessons in this book, in my opinion, which is that gracefully mediating conflicts involves finding out what motivates people into the conflict. Not something Judy does much of, but that’s why it was such a amazing point and reference to use. Amazing stuff!

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-9 18:0

    This book will support you improve your people skills. While a lot of suggestions are common sense, it's amazing to be reminded of exactly what works and what doesn't. There are also some specific things you can test at home that might surprise even the most skilled charismatic.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-9 18:0

    Not everyone is excellent in social situations. The items you'll read in this eBook are beautiful common sense. Sometimes, we over think when communicating in social groups and that usually could lead to poor impressions. This eBook helped me set out some guidelines to have better relationships and connections with either with my mates or even people I just met. It does take practice to obtain used to these principles. I would suggest reading 1-3 principles at a time and putting them in to practice. I would say so far, I'm getting positive feedback from my mates through my fresh actions. I would recommend this book to a friend.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-8 18:2

    This book is a serious godsend and I'm very satisfied I picked it up for free on a promotional day - definitely would have been more than okay paying cover price for it. Inside this book is a intelligent peek into how people think and what drives them on a everyday basis. How and why people create the mates that they do. Where their motivations and drives come from. And what the best ways to dig into those are! I read a lot of these kinds of books and Magnetic is really one of the best I've come across.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-9 18:0

    This book is a serious godsend and I'm very satisfied I picked it up for free on a promotional day - definitely would have been more than okay paying cover price for it. Inside this book is a intelligent peek into how people think and what drives them on a everyday basis. How and why people create the mates that they do. Where their motivations and drives come from. And what the best ways to dig into those are! I read a lot of these kinds of books and Magnetic is really one of the best I've come across.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-9 18:0

    First of all, I love that Judge Judy was referenced here. I cannot obtain enough of her present and her snark. She also has one of the best lessons in this book, in my opinion, which is that gracefully mediating conflicts involves finding out what motivates people into the conflict. Not something Judy does much of, but that’s why it was such a amazing point and reference to use. Amazing stuff!

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    Small Talk: How to Start a Conversation, Truly Connect with Others and Make a Killer First Impression []  2020-1-31 3:50

    Being a socially awkward introvert, I've read more than a few books relating to this subject and I count this as one of the better ones. This book is short, simple, and I'm amazed at how much usable info the author has managed to package into 142 e content is explained in a fashion that provides enough info to understand a particular zone or concept, but not so much detail that the topic gets boring or you'd expect, the book covers some general rules for little talk (Listen, be curious, provide information about yourself, be respectful and honest, watch non-verbal cues, etc), and I particularly like that it also talks about how necessary a positive mindset is when going into a social situation, and there are even hints on how to deal with social e book is a amazing tutorial for a first-time reader to this subject, and (for someone like me) it serves as a curated handbook of the most necessary things you wish to remember when delving into a little talk/social situation.I have the Kindle ver of this book and will for sure obtain the physical copy to hold on my desk, in my briefcase, or in my back pocket. That's how much I liked it.If you're looking to up your little talk skills, or if you just looking to sharpen your social game, I highly suggest this book.

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    Small Talk: How to Start a Conversation, Truly Connect with Others and Make a Killer First Impression []  2020-1-31 3:50

    The book is well researched and has a lot of useful reminders, such as:"When there is a discrepancy between the words and the tone/body language, people consistently believe the non-verbal language."Instead of saying "My how you've grown!" to a teenager, use an begin question:"You're getting so big, what kinds of things do you obtain to do now that you're getting older?"And a lot of interesting tidbits, such as acronyms to support remember and hints on how to initiate a conversation, how to move it forward and hold it going, and how to gracefully exit if necessary.I remember when I was fifteen my dad gave me "How to victory mates and influence people". I loved it, but 30 years later I still feel guilty about not being able to remember people's names. I'm going to suggest my soon to be 14 year-old to read this book. It is an simple read, and I think several techniques will be specially useful for a teenager. If I obtain her to read it, I hope she will provide her opinion too.

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    Small Talk: How to Start a Conversation, Truly Connect with Others and Make a Killer First Impression []  2020-1-31 3:50

    No matter where we are in life, no matter what our occupation, we need to learn how to best interact with other people. Life is about developing relationships. Some may be more meaningful than others, but all require us to understand the basics of communication.Weston opens with why we need little talk and what the reader can learn from Little Talk. Then she covers the necessary basics of human interaction and communication. She discusses forms of non-verbal communication, like facial expressions and posture. The book discusses positive thinking and general rules for little talk. Finally, Weston shares hints and techniques to master little talk, using several examples to support the reader fully understand how to master each all Talk by Diane Weston should be in business and private libraries everywhere. No matter the size of your group or what relationships you're looking to develop and nurture, you'll search dozens of support in this amazing resource.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-8 18:2

    Social cues for social success. If I had one complaint about the book, it’s that the latest chapter should have been first because I think it is integral to understanding social interaction and should be the first thing people learn about. But hey that’s just me I guess. It works nicely as a finisher and overview of everything already in the book to that point.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-8 18:2

    So much better than other books, as there is real, original substance in here. If I wanted what other books offered, I would just google “social skills” and look through the first five results. So I thought I was charming before, and I think I’m much better now. I’m a huge introvert and I have no issue with it, and it was nice to a section about that.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-8 18:2

    I'm a people person and i'm in the sales industry so I'm always on the find for fresh techniques to support me connect and influence people to go my way. Magnetic is unbelievable for this. All the advise about how to show yourself to others and use the techniques to advance in your career and life are just great. I can't wait for Patrick King next book.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-9 18:0

    Social cues for social success. If I had one complaint about the book, it’s that the latest chapter should have been first because I think it is integral to understanding social interaction and should be the first thing people learn about. But hey that’s just me I guess. It works nicely as a finisher and overview of everything already in the book to that point.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-9 18:0

    So much better than other books, as there is real, original substance in here. If I wanted what other books offered, I would just google “social skills” and look through the first five results. So I thought I was charming before, and I think I’m much better now. I’m a huge introvert and I have no issue with it, and it was nice to a section about that.

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    Small Talk: How to Start a Conversation, Truly Connect with Others and Make a Killer First Impression []  2020-1-31 3:50

    I am currently still reading this title, but wanted to share how I used hints included in this book. I have the conundrum of being an introvert and a photographer. The majority of the time, this is not an problem for my main focus is Century Barns (barns over a 100 years old)...BUT, at times this "Old Barn" Lady dons an happening photography hat.Weston's suggestions about eye contact when talking to people were used at two various happenings photographed in the latest week. Focusing on the person and what they are saying while not trying to think of my next words were difficult. However, with two separate individuals the concept helped me truly hear what they were saying. Plus, one walked away with my business card to contact me approach to the book was skeptical in the beginning because little talk and introverts are not two words which I would normally place together. Yet, after my experience, which is shared in this review, I look forward to reading the rest of this full disclosure, the author reached out to me and gifted me the book without any strings attached. This happens from time to time and I only give 'honest' reviews, which I tell the author upfront. At times, the reviews have not been favorable of the title but this is definitely NOT one of those times. This guidebook is worth the read... especially when an introvert can walk away with hints to place in their communication toolbox.

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    Small Talk: How to Start a Conversation, Truly Connect with Others and Make a Killer First Impression []  2020-1-31 3:50

    Diane Weston would create a amazing speaker in an interpersonal communication class, speaking on how to initiate conversation with strangers. The issue with this book is, the subject of little talk is a chapter in a textbook or a booklet, not a book unto itself. She's done as well as anyone could in taking this slight topic and expanding on it to fill the zone of a book. There's just not enough meat here to create an interesting book.Weston clearly has the ambition to be a published author and I hope that once she has more experience and a better idea for a whole volume, she'll test again.

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    Small Talk: How to Start a Conversation, Truly Connect with Others and Make a Killer First Impression []  2020-1-31 3:50

    I honestly had to stop reading this book. I received a free advance reader's copy to review, and I couldn't obtain past the first few chapters. I kept waiting for the amazing revelations I was told were coming, but couldn't tolerate all the hopes the author is better at starting a conversation and connecting with others in person than she is at starting a book and connecting with this particular may like it, but it wasn't my cup of tea.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-8 18:2

    This book will support you improve your people skills. While a lot of suggestions are common sense, it's amazing to be reminded of exactly what works and what doesn't. There are also some specific things you can test at home that might surprise even the most skilled charismatic.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-9 18:0

    It's nice to be able to have someone point out where you may be a jerk or annoying and just be able to think about it, rather than feel defensive as you might in a face to face situation. If you are wondering, "What the heck is wrong with me?" it's possible that this book will support you to respond that question. I really appreciate that someone took the time to write this, as it helped me see myself as others probably see me without hurting my feelings.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-9 18:0

    I'm a people person and i'm in the sales industry so I'm always on the find for fresh techniques to support me connect and influence people to go my way. Magnetic is unbelievable for this. All the advise about how to show yourself to others and use the techniques to advance in your career and life are just great. I can't wait for Patrick King next book.

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    Small Talk: How to Start a Conversation, Truly Connect with Others and Make a Killer First Impression []  2020-1-31 3:50

    Communication is one of our social skills, but every initial step, often little talk, is difficult for a lot of people. Diane Weston comes to the rescue with her book Little Talk: Why Little Talk is the Secret Ingredient to Connect with Others and Create Daily Life Easier. It's a non-technical book with useful primary models and acronyms to support to start, continue, and finish a conversation with a stranger ditionally, the book includes dozens of best practice examples for conversation starters, ways to avoid conversation black holes and elegantly exit a conversation. Techniques like Schulz von Thun's four-ear model of communication, ARE, and FORD is illustrated by realistic examples to present what the conversational flow would look like, and how each step extends the previous ones and explores common interests or hooks to trigger questions and answers. As expected Diane pays a lot of attention to the importance of begin questions, do's and don'ts, too-sensitive subjects for a first chat, and effective ways to leave a conversation with a person you don't search interesting (anymore). Little Talk is practical and accessible.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-8 18:2

    Not everyone is excellent in social situations. The items you'll read in this eBook are beautiful common sense. Sometimes, we over think when communicating in social groups and that usually could lead to poor impressions. This eBook helped me set out some guidelines to have better relationships and connections with either with my mates or even people I just met. It does take practice to obtain used to these principles. I would suggest reading 1-3 principles at a time and putting them in to practice. I would say so far, I'm getting positive feedback from my mates through my fresh actions. I would recommend this book to a friend.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-9 18:0

    This book really helped me to build my personality both personally and at the workplace. You will read lots of common sense things that you may have not realized about before but once implemented can really influence how others may portray you - the impact you can have on others leaving a truly memorable impression while you build rapport to be more likable. There are insights in this book where you will say "Oh, I already knew that but why didn't I do or think about that before." This book is beautiful much sets out social guidelines to improve relationships whether with family, friends, colleagues or newly met people. I suggest that you read as a lot of principles that you can practice - once it forms into a habit, follow on the next principle.I have felt improvement in my communication & relationships and have been receiving better feedback from those I know.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression - Gain the It Factor [Book]  2018-6-9 18:0

    It was definitely worth the price. I also read CHATTER by the same author and it’ very cool to see that he is writing more on the same subject because I loved that book as well. I hope he writes more on this topic, as I’m a married guy and his dating material is less useful to me. I really liked learning about how people perceive themselves and why that works in making people like and have fun you.

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    Small Talk: How to Start a Conversation, Truly Connect with Others and Make a Killer First Impression []  2020-1-31 3:50

    One of the best conversation tutorial book. This book is a must for those who need or wish to learn how to talk to other people. There are very helpful hints and guidelines on how to create your conversation with people you don't know and create them reading to you.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-26 18:23

    Social cues for social success. If I had one complaint about the book, it’s that the latest chapter should have been first because I think it is integral to understanding social interaction and should be the first thing people learn about. But hey that’s just me I guess. It works nicely as a finisher and overview of everything already in the book to that point.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-26 18:23

    Not everyone is excellent in social situations. The items you'll read in this eBook are beautiful common sense. Sometimes, we over think when communicating in social groups and that usually could lead to poor impressions. This eBook helped me set out some guidelines to have better relationships and connections with either with my mates or even people I just met. It does take practice to obtain used to these principles. I would suggest reading 1-3 principles at a time and putting them in to practice. I would say so far, I'm getting positive feedback from my mates through my fresh actions. I would recommend this book to a friend.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-30 18:35

    This is a poorly presented amalgam of pop psychology. For example "Studies have shown there are between four and six distinct human emotions." says the author, who then cites one study. One social science study making a claim does not "show" something to be true, yet this is the method the book is written. The author appears to have read a few of the better known research articles on how to be found beautiful to others, and summarized them. We can all do that, and it is better to read them ourselves rather than have them filtered through the lense of someone who does not understand social science research well. Additionally, the author continually (and annoyingly in my opinion) makes reference to Bill Clinton as the ultimate example of charisma. This abuser of women is someone I found revolting even before we knew his nature. He should not be our example. Mysteriously charismatic women are rarely held up as examples. I do not think this book is helpful since it does not do anything but summarize research that has already been much-discussed elsewhere. Example: "Focus on the person in front of you to create them fell like they have your full attention" . How to do this, e.g., obvious things like "look at them" is discussed in about five pages of repetitive detail. I advise you to pass on this book.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-30 18:35

    This book is a serious godsend and I'm very satisfied I picked it up for free on a promotional day - definitely would have been more than okay paying cover price for it. Inside this book is a intelligent peek into how people think and what drives them on a everyday basis. How and why people create the mates that they do. Where their motivations and drives come from. And what the best ways to dig into those are! I read a lot of these kinds of books and Magnetic is really one of the best I've come across.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-10-11 18:24

    This book really helped me to build my personality both personally and at the workplace. You will read lots of common sense things that you may have not realized about before but once implemented can really influence how others may portray you - the impact you can have on others leaving a truly memorable impression while you build rapport to be more likable. There are insights in this book where you will say "Oh, I already knew that but why didn't I do or think about that before." This book is beautiful much sets out social guidelines to improve relationships whether with family, friends, colleagues or newly met people. I suggest that you read as a lot of principles that you can practice - once it forms into a habit, follow on the next principle.I have felt improvement in my communication & relationships and have been receiving better feedback from those I know.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-10-11 18:24

    This book will support you improve your people skills. While a lot of suggestions are common sense, it's amazing to be reminded of exactly what works and what doesn't. There are also some specific things you can test at home that might surprise even the most skilled charismatic.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-4-1 19:4

    This book is a serious godsend and I'm very satisfied I picked it up for free on a promotional day - definitely would have been more than okay paying cover price for it. Inside this book is a intelligent peek into how people think and what drives them on a everyday basis. How and why people create the mates that they do. Where their motivations and drives come from. And what the best ways to dig into those are! I read a lot of these kinds of books and Magnetic is really one of the best I've come across.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-4-1 19:4

    Patrick lays down the fundamentals of how to be charismatic and place it in very lay man's terms. It's simple to follow and he provides lots of examples of the theory is hard to uNDERSTAND. It's a greAt read and provides profound insight into the globe of charisma. ReAding this and applying it everyday will support you live the life you've always wanted on your own terms.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-4-1 19:4

    Social cues for social success. If I had one complaint about the book, it’s that the latest chapter should have been first because I think it is integral to understanding social interaction and should be the first thing people learn about. But hey that’s just me I guess. It works nicely as a finisher and overview of everything already in the book to that point.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-4-1 19:4

    This book will support you improve your people skills. While a lot of suggestions are common sense, it's amazing to be reminded of exactly what works and what doesn't. There are also some specific things you can test at home that might surprise even the most skilled charismatic.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-4-1 19:4

    It was definitely worth the price. I also read CHATTER by the same author and it’ very cool to see that he is writing more on the same subject because I loved that book as well. I hope he writes more on this topic, as I’m a married guy and his dating material is less useful to me. I really liked learning about how people perceive themselves and why that works in making people like and have fun you.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-10-11 18:24

    Not everyone is excellent in social situations. The items you'll read in this eBook are beautiful common sense. Sometimes, we over think when communicating in social groups and that usually could lead to poor impressions. This eBook helped me set out some guidelines to have better relationships and connections with either with my mates or even people I just met. It does take practice to obtain used to these principles. I would suggest reading 1-3 principles at a time and putting them in to practice. I would say so far, I'm getting positive feedback from my mates through my fresh actions. I would recommend this book to a friend.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-30 18:35

    Not everyone is excellent in social situations. The items you'll read in this eBook are beautiful common sense. Sometimes, we over think when communicating in social groups and that usually could lead to poor impressions. This eBook helped me set out some guidelines to have better relationships and connections with either with my mates or even people I just met. It does take practice to obtain used to these principles. I would suggest reading 1-3 principles at a time and putting them in to practice. I would say so far, I'm getting positive feedback from my mates through my fresh actions. I would recommend this book to a friend.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-26 18:23

    It's nice to be able to have someone point out where you may be a jerk or annoying and just be able to think about it, rather than feel defensive as you might in a face to face situation. If you are wondering, "What the heck is wrong with me?" it's possible that this book will support you to respond that question. I really appreciate that someone took the time to write this, as it helped me see myself as others probably see me without hurting my feelings.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-26 18:23

    This book is a serious godsend and I'm very satisfied I picked it up for free on a promotional day - definitely would have been more than okay paying cover price for it. Inside this book is a intelligent peek into how people think and what drives them on a everyday basis. How and why people create the mates that they do. Where their motivations and drives come from. And what the best ways to dig into those are! I read a lot of these kinds of books and Magnetic is really one of the best I've come across.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-10-11 18:24

    It's nice to be able to have someone point out where you may be a jerk or annoying and just be able to think about it, rather than feel defensive as you might in a face to face situation. If you are wondering, "What the heck is wrong with me?" it's possible that this book will support you to respond that question. I really appreciate that someone took the time to write this, as it helped me see myself as others probably see me without hurting my feelings.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-10-11 18:24

    It was definitely worth the price. I also read CHATTER by the same author and it’ very cool to see that he is writing more on the same subject because I loved that book as well. I hope he writes more on this topic, as I’m a married guy and his dating material is less useful to me. I really liked learning about how people perceive themselves and why that works in making people like and have fun you.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-26 18:23

    This is a poorly presented amalgam of pop psychology. For example "Studies have shown there are between four and six distinct human emotions." says the author, who then cites one study. One social science study making a claim does not "show" something to be true, yet this is the method the book is written. The author appears to have read a few of the better known research articles on how to be found beautiful to others, and summarized them. We can all do that, and it is better to read them ourselves rather than have them filtered through the lense of someone who does not understand social science research well. Additionally, the author continually (and annoyingly in my opinion) makes reference to Bill Clinton as the ultimate example of charisma. This abuser of women is someone I found revolting even before we knew his nature. He should not be our example. Mysteriously charismatic women are rarely held up as examples. I do not think this book is helpful since it does not do anything but summarize research that has already been much-discussed elsewhere. Example: "Focus on the person in front of you to create them fell like they have your full attention" . How to do this, e.g., obvious things like "look at them" is discussed in about five pages of repetitive detail. I advise you to pass on this book.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-26 18:23

    This book will support you improve your people skills. While a lot of suggestions are common sense, it's amazing to be reminded of exactly what works and what doesn't. There are also some specific things you can test at home that might surprise even the most skilled charismatic.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-30 18:35

    This book really helped me to build my personality both personally and at the workplace. You will read lots of common sense things that you may have not realized about before but once implemented can really influence how others may portray you - the impact you can have on others leaving a truly memorable impression while you build rapport to be more likable. There are insights in this book where you will say "Oh, I already knew that but why didn't I do or think about that before." This book is beautiful much sets out social guidelines to improve relationships whether with family, friends, colleagues or newly met people. I suggest that you read as a lot of principles that you can practice - once it forms into a habit, follow on the next principle.I have felt improvement in my communication & relationships and have been receiving better feedback from those I know.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-30 18:35

    Social cues for social success. If I had one complaint about the book, it’s that the latest chapter should have been first because I think it is integral to understanding social interaction and should be the first thing people learn about. But hey that’s just me I guess. It works nicely as a finisher and overview of everything already in the book to that point.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-30 18:35

    Patrick lays down the fundamentals of how to be charismatic and place it in very lay man's terms. It's simple to follow and he provides lots of examples of the theory is hard to uNDERSTAND. It's a greAt read and provides profound insight into the globe of charisma. ReAding this and applying it everyday will support you live the life you've always wanted on your own terms.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-4-1 19:4

    This book really helped me to build my personality both personally and at the workplace. You will read lots of common sense things that you may have not realized about before but once implemented can really influence how others may portray you - the impact you can have on others leaving a truly memorable impression while you build rapport to be more likable. There are insights in this book where you will say "Oh, I already knew that but why didn't I do or think about that before." This book is beautiful much sets out social guidelines to improve relationships whether with family, friends, colleagues or newly met people. I suggest that you read as a lot of principles that you can practice - once it forms into a habit, follow on the next principle.I have felt improvement in my communication & relationships and have been receiving better feedback from those I know.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-4-1 19:4

    It's nice to be able to have someone point out where you may be a jerk or annoying and just be able to think about it, rather than feel defensive as you might in a face to face situation. If you are wondering, "What the heck is wrong with me?" it's possible that this book will support you to respond that question. I really appreciate that someone took the time to write this, as it helped me see myself as others probably see me without hurting my feelings.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-4-1 19:4

    Not everyone is excellent in social situations. The items you'll read in this eBook are beautiful common sense. Sometimes, we over think when communicating in social groups and that usually could lead to poor impressions. This eBook helped me set out some guidelines to have better relationships and connections with either with my mates or even people I just met. It does take practice to obtain used to these principles. I would suggest reading 1-3 principles at a time and putting them in to practice. I would say so far, I'm getting positive feedback from my mates through my fresh actions. I would recommend this book to a friend.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-26 18:23

    This book really helped me to build my personality both personally and at the workplace. You will read lots of common sense things that you may have not realized about before but once implemented can really influence how others may portray you - the impact you can have on others leaving a truly memorable impression while you build rapport to be more likable. There are insights in this book where you will say "Oh, I already knew that but why didn't I do or think about that before." This book is beautiful much sets out social guidelines to improve relationships whether with family, friends, colleagues or newly met people. I suggest that you read as a lot of principles that you can practice - once it forms into a habit, follow on the next principle.I have felt improvement in my communication & relationships and have been receiving better feedback from those I know.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-26 18:23

    Patrick lays down the fundamentals of how to be charismatic and place it in very lay man's terms. It's simple to follow and he provides lots of examples of the theory is hard to uNDERSTAND. It's a greAt read and provides profound insight into the globe of charisma. ReAding this and applying it everyday will support you live the life you've always wanted on your own terms.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-11-30 18:35

    This book will support you improve your people skills. While a lot of suggestions are common sense, it's amazing to be reminded of exactly what works and what doesn't. There are also some specific things you can test at home that might surprise even the most skilled charismatic.

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-10-11 18:24

    This is a poorly presented amalgam of pop psychology. For example "Studies have shown there are between four and six distinct human emotions." says the author, who then cites one study. One social science study making a claim does not "show" something to be true, yet this is the method the book is written. The author appears to have read a few of the better known research articles on how to be found beautiful to others, and summarized them. We can all do that, and it is better to read them ourselves rather than have them filtered through the lense of someone who does not understand social science research well. Additionally, the author continually (and annoyingly in my opinion) makes reference to Bill Clinton as the ultimate example of charisma. This abuser of women is someone I found revolting even before we knew his nature. He should not be our example. Mysteriously charismatic women are rarely held up as examples. I do not think this book is helpful since it does not do anything but summarize research that has already been much-discussed elsewhere. Example: "Focus on the person in front of you to create them fell like they have your full attention" . How to do this, e.g., obvious things like "look at them" is discussed in about five pages of repetitive detail. I advise you to pass on this book.

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    Bad Choices Make Good Stories: Going to New York: How the Great American Opioid Epidemic of the 21st Century Began []  2020-6-4 18:36

    When the author stated at the end of the introduction to "go f*** yourself" if you disagreed with his perspectives, I stopped. I'm certainly not going to read an author who wants to tell me what to think, how to act, or what opinion I should have. How stupid would that be?Oh, and the author goes on and on in his intro about how prostitution is normal and anyone who has a issue with it is prudish, yet the author acknowledges that if his girl mate Donna was a prostitute, he couldn't handle it. Can you say hypocrite?Did not believe a single one of this guy's stories. After all, he identified himself at the outset as the "father of lies".

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    Bad Choices Make Good Stories: Going to New York: How the Great American Opioid Epidemic of the 21st Century Began []  2020-6-4 18:36

    I bought this almost by accident. I’m still not sure why I bought it or why the author wrote it. It has no true start, middle or end. It rambles, mianders, doublebacks, reminisces and philosophises. I think he actually wrote it for himself. A fifteen year marriage is included in the text - and I still know nothing really of his wife, apart from her poor temper. He makes lots of cash from computer tech, but that is an aside to the bulk of the story. The women are very two dimensional- did I mention he is German? Lots of descriptions of acts in his life as necessary to the story - were they the “Bad Choices”? He doesn’t say. It’s liberally peppered with quotes - but I cannot believe he has read all the authors of the quotes. Perfect holiday read, perfect plane journey read. Not challenging- but a little snapshot of a part of society in USA. Will I read the next one? Mmmm.

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    Bad Choices Make Good Stories: Going to New York: How the Great American Opioid Epidemic of the 21st Century Began []  2020-6-4 18:36

    *MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*.....not that it should matter, because you shouldn't read this anyway. Really dumb story. It reads like a humble brag playbook. This guy has won every fight, even though he never really wanted to. Always got the girl, even though he was awkward and nerdy. Was the excellent boyfriend and husband, while being abused and cheated on, etc, etc. Yet EVERYTHING, ALWAYS worked out for him. He had his house raided TWICE, by the FEDS, after swindling literally a million dollars from a huge company, but never faced a single charge. He was the worlds best coder and hacker under TWO various psuedonyms, at two various times. He's just the greatest. *eye roll* I couldn't even finish the book. After the 45th tale of him coming out on top of a poor situation, I checked out. "Bad choices" apparently create boring stories.

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    Bad Choices Make Good Stories: Going to New York: How the Great American Opioid Epidemic of the 21st Century Began []  2020-6-4 18:36

    This book describes the twists and turns in the life of the author who at the beginning of the book is a high school student from Germany who is a “computer geek” who hacks into video android games so that his mates can play them. He starts a group of fellow hackers known as a “cracking group” that eventually expands drawing in members from all over Europe. He becomes infamous all over the globe among fellow geeks and hackers and eventually meets an American girl on the internet who “runs with the same crowd.”Suddenly, nothing else matters and they spend virtually every waking hour talking via hacked transatlantic telephone service. Their relationship blossoms and they eventually come together in the United States. The rest of the story tells the wonderful history of the author’s experiences in America which are mind boggling. This book is the first in a series of is story is told in a very raw but realistic manner with no question ever about the authenticity of the author and his experiences. The pace of the book was appropriate even though at times it became frantic as warranted by the scenes described. The author’s style was super realistic and the reader never gets the feeling that he is holding anything back. Parts of the book are hysterically funny such as the description of the author’ broken down vehicle that he is using as an illegal taxi for hire as being in such poor shape that “the ceiling in the vehicle looked like it had cancer.” Another funny stage described a psychopathic fellow cab driver who went around all day seeing aliens everywhere. I also like the a lot of necessary life lessons that the author explains in the book about what really runs the international profit system and how addicts turn into “sociopathic predators” without souls who will lie, hack and steal giving any excuse to pay for their next fix. The editing and formatting of the book were both well done and the book’s cover is certainly “eye catching.”I did not particularly like the vast amount of curse words and slang in the book and the author’s style tended to be a bit rough such as at the beginning telling the reader “So if you are easily offended, go ……. yourself.”Despite the few reservations mentioned above, this is an necessary book that I would highly recommend to adult readers only as it includes a lot of ly explicit scenes inappropriate for children. It is very entertaining and humorous but also incorporates necessary life lessons with much to learn for all of us from the author’s experiences. I gladly rate this book 4 out of 5 stars.

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    Bad Choices Make Good Stories: Going to New York: How the Great American Opioid Epidemic of the 21st Century Began []  2020-6-4 18:36

    I am not the least bit offended by any content or even the profanities in this book, but I am sickened by the racist comments created by this author. He states it is a matter of fact that African-American people do not hint as well as white people and later goes on to use the "N" word numerous times, claiming that it is basically fine for him to say this because African-American people do this and, in fact, call their own kids the "N" word. After this rant about the legitimacy of his use of this word in his book, I couldn't listen anymore to this audiobook. Pure trash. If I could give it a negative star rating, I would have. Allow it be known that my first review of this book was censored because I actually quoted his use of the "N" word in my review and the censors wouldn't post my review, but didn't bother to censor this author who actually promoted it! This book should not be sold on Amazon or anywhere, as far as I am concerned and I can't believe I had to pay for it!

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    Bad Choices Make Good Stories: Going to New York: How the Great American Opioid Epidemic of the 21st Century Began []  2020-6-4 18:36

    I was captivated by the authors blunt honesty of the and trade that is running rampant in our country. He spoke with truth and he did not keep back. I loved the fact that he did not worry about being politically correct. Everyone is far too sensitive on too a lot of things and we need to focus on the real reality of what is going on.. Bravo!!! I will read everything you write...

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    Bad Choices Make Good Stories: Going to New York: How the Great American Opioid Epidemic of the 21st Century Began []  2020-6-4 18:36

    This book is about a narcissistic guy with no adventure or thrills in his life. He dates a couple of loser chicks, thinks it's the coolest thing ever, and that's literally the entire story. Just saved you a couple hours. I couldn't even read all the words- it was just too damn boring. I skimmed it just to create it through. Ridiculous how this could even be published!

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    Magnetic Charisma: How to Build Instant Rapport, Be More Likable, and Make a Memorable Impression – Gain the It Factor (How to be More Likable and Charismatic Book 5) []  2020-4-1 19:4

    Most of the content is plagiarized from "the charisma myth", just like his previous book "chatter" was plagiarism of Leil Lowndes' " how to talk to anyone ". Look at page 21 for example and you'll see what I mean.

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