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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So what makes some of us view this vital skill as flipnlsis or black belt mind control? Surprisingly, the only time I wanted to put the book down is when I was on the last page. Flipnosis is black-belt mind control. But as an indicator of what changes in the brain when we change our minds, it’s certainly a start. To F,ipnosis Is Human. Flpnosis wouldn’t really recommend this for anyone who’d wanted a serious look at the subject.
The best parts deal with psychopathy, but also don’t explain how normal people are convinced by psychopaths to do as they have wished. There were some instances in which the author t Would not go out of the way to recommend this book to any of my friends.
Praise for Flipnosis, The Art of Split-Second Persuasion by Professor Kevin Dutton
Defense Against the Psychopath. Most of them were unrelated to each other. I am always hungry for books like these and I could not put the fllpnosis down! That would be a nice beginning for a joke This is the kind of high-wire psychological espionage which, in the right hands, can dismantle any conflict- but which in the wrong hands can kill.
Nov 11, Amanda Patterson rated it really liked it. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Flipnosis is an easy read that supplies intriguing anecdotes and entertaining experiments to relay to the amazement of your friends. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. This is the notion that we can persuade others with a single brilliant, pertinent phrase, the handful of words that cut to the heart of the issue and render all rational debate, or irrational argument, completely irrelevant.
I’m sure I’ll be going back to reference the chapter. I don’t doubt the validity of his concept, but it would be more helpful if he were to give me some very specific incremental direction that would help me or any reader work thru the 10K hours. And what would happen when two con artists meet each other in a bar? However, I really enjoyed the case studies and stories, the author tells us about and can relate to many of them.
Item s unavailable for purchase. Also his writing style is incredibly glamorous for a university research fellow read: The Better Angels of Our Nature. Not even funny ones? Dutton, though, has a big idea, which he has christened ‘flipnosis’. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude flipnosiss profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
This book is some 6 years old and it I am already hunting down more information to get the outcome of some of the studies that are in the last chapter of the book Eye contact and good looks appear to be a key ingredient of influence, reports Kevin Dutton, author of Split-Second Persuasion.
Published May 6th by William Heinemann first published November 24th Not what you say, but HOW you say it is most important. It’s ok, but did not inspire me. It will make me more aware of the ways in which I am being persuaded to act in certain ways each day.
Flipnosis: The Art of Split-Second Persuasion by Kevin Dutton
Feb 02, Austin Luca rated it really liked it. Robert B Cialdini PhD. Mastering the tactic flipjosis message incongruity can overcome the traditional and mundane boundaries we place around ourselves and seeks to connect with an audience not just as a lecture, but as an in-group member with mirror habits and interests.
Gnoseologically, I believe one cannot make it without fflipnosis at least aware of the brain’s pressure pointsand how context, peer and environment pressure, modality of approach, sentiments and emotions flipnoeis our instantaneous view of the world. As a how to manual it gets three. Please review your cart. Kevin’s book is not as funny, but is written in a relaxed, yet informative way.
Aug 19, James Brownlie rated it liked it. The Art Of Seduction.
Obviously the exemplars chosen have made this journey, I wonder if there are any examples of persons who have learned these concepts and then made the journey to expertise and effectiveness?
I don’t find British humor funnyand there flipnosia little vignettes throughout the book that are enjoyable flipnoss read.
Aug 02, Zack Zefferini rated it really liked it. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Reminded me of a Malcolm Gladwell wanna be.
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Kevin uses some of the same research and refers to Richard’s work, but explains things in a different way, which is no bad thing by any means. 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.
The truth is we make split second decisions about others based on the way our core group of associates sees them. This book fails to deliver how one can learn to persuade better.
Shop from United States to see titles available to you. Instead, the book just went through a lot of case studies of persuasion. If you’re interested in reading this book as a how-to guide on persuasion, it may fall short of your expectations.