Not likely, although there were some interesting thoughts/tips it was really not ground breaking compared to other more in depth books I have read.
I didn't want to judge this book by it's cover which seemed a bit gimmicky, but it essentially was. It referred to many other deeper theories about first impressions, trust, confidence, and interpersonal connections, but other books have done a better job. I think this book's niche is in the quick and easy surface stuff which comes across gimmicky.
Not an issue.
It did refer to important underlying considerations for why interpersonal connectedness is important, but was too surface level not to be gimmicky. I see it more as a seminar than as a book.
Top 10 and I have read/listened to many books
It was Fun.
I liked his voice. Sincere
Laugh. A LOT !!!
It does open your eyes on another level to what you usually hear about body language. Very real and usable information.
I recently started a new job that requires me to meet with many different people on various levels within the organization. This book gave me numerous good tips to make a good first impression. I have used many of the suggestions within this book, and all I can say is so far so good!