16 Apr Dutton, though, has a big idea, which he has christened ‘flipnosis’. This is the notion that we can persuade others with a single brilliant. Buy Flipnosis: The Art of Split-Second Persuasion by Kevin Dutton (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on. 7 Apr Dutton calls this effect “flipnosis,” which is also the U.K. title of this book. In North American bookstores, it’s called Split-Second Persuasion: The.
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Eye contact and good looks appear to be a key ingredient of influence, reports Kevin Dutton, author of Split-Second Persuasion.
My first pop psychology book! Published May 6th by William Heinemann first published November 24th Thinking, Fast and Slow. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Going into I thought he would provide flpnosis lot of theory on how persuasion works and how one can practice this theory.
Learn flipnosis and get your own way…FLIPNOSIS BY KEVIN DUTTON
The title of the book is misleading. My own preference would have been for the author to spend more time on political framing and commercial attempts to persuade and less on flionosis psychopaths.
Flinposis would definitely read the book again, but I would probe deeper to see how I can persuade people clicks fingers together There are some tests at the end of the book to help you categorize yourself or someone else in one or the other type, but I am surprised the author has not linked to any other detailed tests.
Fpipnosis 18, Rob Mills rated it liked it. At least super big books.
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Why not be the first to send us your thoughts, or debate this issue live on our message boards. It will make me more aware of the ways in which I am being persuaded to act in certain ways each day. He only gave a few examples of their persuasion and offered almost no information on how they persuaded people. The Power of Habit. It is peppered with amusing anecdotes and the prerequisite textbook description of what’s going on in the brain the boring part.
The Ancient Art and New Science of Changing Minds, we get a heaping helping of sociological and psychological research, a few pertinent illustrations to contemplate, some tempting tests with which to gau Once past an awkwardly-written opening anecdote about two men in a bar, the author takes us on a rather pleasant spin through the subject of persuasion. If you want to find out why someone has more charm than you do, read Flipnosis. Briggs-Meyer test is always an interesting one.
Jun 11, Julian Haigh rated it really liked it. Not even funny ones? Confessions of a Sociopath. Well, you’d have to undergo some serious reconstructive surgery for some of this to work but there are some ideas for you to work on. So, instead of providing actual helpful or even vaguely interesting insights into the human mind, Kevin Dutton just lists random fact after random fact on how different species of animals interact with each other to get what they need to survive.
Flipnosis is black-belt mind control.
Find out about foetal attraction. The Art Of Seduction. If you want the book to teach you how to employ this kind of persuasion, you will not necessarily find it to be full of techniques. The 48 Laws Of Power. The many flipnisis anecdotes are often hilarious.
Flipnosis: The Art of Split-Second Persuasion by Kevin Dutton
Share or comment on this article: Many books have attempted to provide a step-by-step approach to persuasion but most fail. Gnoseologically, I believe one cannot make it without being at least aware of the brain’s pressure pointsand how context, flipnosos and environment pressure, modality of approach, sentiments and emotions affects our instantaneous view of the world.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. First, this book basically covers cognitive psych, but goes a step further by explaining how we can take advantage of our or other people’s brain farts.
Here’s another book that seeks to tell you things you didn’t know you knew, and other things you didn’t know you wanted to know. If you want to explore charisma and the ability to persuade read on. They go into unnecessarily deep detail on experimentation so it ends up feeling like I’m reading someone’s research paper.
The text is filled with anecdotes and stories about persuasion masters who could solve situations and change one’s mind by subtle inputs.
Very similar to Richard Wiseman’s 59 seconds but more in depth obviously as Richard wanted you to have instant tips! I liked how it took that additional step. Flipnosis is an easy read that supplies intriguing anecdotes and entertaining experiments to relay to the amazement of your friends.
Persuasion is a social concept.