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Brafman and Brafman have provided a quick introduction into interpersonal behavior which most will find very informative and thought provoking. Essentially they approach the question of what makes two people "click" when they meet and what doesn't. Their little book is rooted in research and every page just sings with insight.
The Brafmans provide two introductory chapters and then delve into the "accelerators" which can be used to increase our chances of clicking with others, namely: proximity, similarity, place, and so forth.
The strength of this little book is in its detailed illustrations and simplified explanations for behavior. Those who are well versed in the literature will appreciate its outcome. Novices in the field, will find all sorts of things that will help in daily life.
This book is well written, neatly organized, and well read. It is well worth the time of anyone who wants to do a better job of interacting with others on every level.
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This is a really interesting book with some new insights about why particular people make a fast connection and often achieve great things. It's potentially useful, but definitely interesting reading.
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