Are you interested in 100 percent scientific and proven ways to make friends quickly, negotiate anything you want, turn enemies into friends, gain trust, and just be flat-out likable? How about step-by-step, methodical, literally foolproof approaches to make people want you around more?
In The Science of Likability, that's exactly what you'll get. I've taken 16 of the most influential, famous, and effective psychological studies and broken them down to see exactly how you can use their findings to your advantage. Every piece of advice in this book to increase your social standing and likability factor is backed by in-depth, peer-reviewed research.
It turns out that the majority of what we do and feel is determined subconsciously - even how much people like you. Ever get that feeling that you just don't like someone's vibe but can't explain why? It's the little things that influence our psychology, and you'll learn how to subconsciously make yourself seem likable, trustworthy, and intelligent.
From Freud, Cialdini, Pavlov, Schachter, and Goleman, these 16 studies are insightful and analytical - sometimes surprising - but, most importantly, effective and actionable. They're easy to concretely implement in your daily life to level up your charm, wit, and humor. Likability is the key to business, love, and relationships - make sure you are living your potential!
Here's a preview of what you'll learn:
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You can find every one of these concepts throughout other books, but it's nice to have them all neatly organized in a list like this, and in the context of likability. The chapters are short, sweet, and to the point, which is great. It's worth the listen.
I would recommend this audiobook, it's a good intro into human interactions with very simple examples. The speaker is clear and no hissing, so a great stepping stone for anyone that is interested in being more social and being more comfortable with yourself socially.
The speaker is good, good voice and easy to listen to.
Like I said this audiobook is simple and short. Maybe a little to simplified, I would of liked more examples, more scientific background, and more detailed. But all in all worth the time.
I personally enjoyed the topics touched and examples given to let me understand more how to implement what I learned when meeting people.
However I felt the books was somewhat short and all though the topics touched were very well explained I felt that emptiness as if I just needed a bit more to provide the 5-stars.
I would definitely recommend this book to friends and family.
Good book to play in the background of a monotonous task as it is easy to follow. My favorite part was simply seeing these aspects of friendship from a different point of view. Definitely worth the $5
Badly produced, though. Several times the narrator makes a mistake and it was left in, then re-recorded. Not sure if I got the bloopers edition or what. Liked the subject and the studies a lot.
1. Absurdly simplistic
2. Any "Scientific" or "study" data is superficially touched on at best
3. So bad, didn't even bother to edit the recording
This audiobook isn't worth the $5 and is certainly not worth your time.
There is no profound new information in this book of you have already the classic books on this topic but it was well written and a good review of some very important information. It won't hurt you to read this book even if you have already heard all of the info before. It's a quick book and inexpensive so just get it.
The book discuss a lot of interesting facts and studies that are useful to help you be more likable and influential, but does little to teach you how to do it. The chapters are short, and only discuss application for a brief period of time, and then move on to the next portion that is not very relatable to what you just learned. I liked the book, and it did a good job on touching on what you would need to know to influence people, but there are much better books that really TEACH you these practices. I would recommend this book to someone who has never looked into the topic before, and then when they complete it, direct them to more in depth books on the matter.
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