• You're Not Moving Slow Enough

  • The Unexpected Formula to Lasting Influence
  • By: Ariel Halevi
  • Narrated by: Byron Wagner
  • Length: 2 hrs and 32 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (19 ratings)

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You're Not Moving Slow Enough

By: Ariel Halevi
Narrated by: Byron Wagner
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Publisher's Summary

Interaction with people we desire to influence presents us with a painful choice: instant gratification vs. lasting impact. Most of us go for the first, but doing so greatly limits our ability to achieve the second. This is due mostly to "gratification traps", common pitfalls that we all experience in our workplace interactions. This audiobook will show you how to identify three such traps and then how to use a simple five-step method to avoid them.

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Define exposition of Dallas Carnegie’s timeless work.

Mr. Halevi categorizes traps and solutions quite well! His winsome manner and free, downloadable diagrams deliver a tool chest for reaching not only my goals, but better goals! Byron Wagner is a clear and articulate reader. Kudos on the French!

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Helpful insights

A solid book filled with a good amount of practical information and delivered well by Bryon Wagner. The book is pretty compact and flows nicely without ever dragging anything out too much. It was very revealing how often you fall into the "traps" outlined in the book or other issues that are easily avoidable in interactions. Overall a solid and quick listen for anyone looking to improve their interactions and influence in the workplace.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Super interesting!

Great book! Gives you a lot of things to think about when it comes to persuasion and human interactions. Highly recommended.

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Insightful, and actionable

So many ah ha moments in this book. I found myself reflecting back on past interactions and relationships and wishing I had these tools on hand then. Like anything worth doing, actioning this consistently would be really challenging, but I can already see a difference in the way I am approaching work interactions.

A must read.

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I didn't move slow enough!

Such a valuable and easy read. Within two and a half hours, I discovered such practical ways of improving my interactions with people around me. Was initially frustrating to realize how many times I have fallen into the three Gratification Traps Ariel writes about - but now I know how to identify them and avoid them. A must read for anyone who wants to improve their persuasion skills.

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Great great book!

I have just spent the most enjoyable 2 and a half hours listening to “You’re not moving slow enough”. I really loved the contents, and I appreciated the way in which the author takes you by the hand and brings you to see the world as he does. I have learned much from this book, and I am looking forward to applying all these new notions to my everyday life!

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Original and helpful, with great narration.

This is a quick and easy listen filled with practical advice that can be applied almost immediately. Within days of listening I found myself applying Halevi’s techniques with the teams I manage, as well as in conversations with my own supervisor - and It’s been exciting to see how much effective his approaches are. I highly recommend this audiobook for anyone who feels their day-to-day communications are “stuck.”

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Great book!

I love it when people who have spent many years doing something share their knowledge in a clear simple manner.
This book is definitly one of those.

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Amazing book!

Simple and brilliant, a go to book for persuasion and life skills, full of engaging straightforward examples that make each tool practical and profound at the same time.