Book Review-How to Make Anyone Fall in Love With You by Leil Lowndes

Let’s say you see that man or woman at a party that always seems to charm anyone that comes towards them. You can tell that group of women just totally digs that man who is talking to them. How about your business colleague that seems to sell anything to anyone? What is it that these people do differently? How do they have such a high level of charisma with these people? Leil Lowndes shows us in her book, How to Make Anyone Fall in Love With You, the finest details of what standout people do differently than the others. Remember, it’s the little things that go a long way.

One of the points that Lowndes makes in her work is the eye contact these people give. Not necessarily in a creepy way, but in a “I’m interested in what you have to say” kind of way. Charismatic people are able to establish trust and intimacy from the first conversation. Not only that, they make it all about the person they are talking to. Not necessarily letting the other person dominate the conversation, but just enough to understand where they are coming from.

How to Make Anyone Fall in Love With You is all about showing interest in the interests of the other person. This is how you spark a connection. The book goes into much more detail, but this is basically a summary of the point Lowndes tries to make. Having a balance of loving other people and not trying too hard at the same time. Showing interest in those who are interested in talking to us.

How to Make Anyone Fall in Love With You not only applies to romance and dating, but also helps develop sales skills. Whether we realize it or not, selling is something we do all our lives. In a job interview, we are selling ourselves. Same as on a first date or meeting potential investors for your business. This book will provide the necessary details that will help you develop more charm to live a greater life. Happy reading!

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Book Review-Focus by Daniel Goleman

Ever wonder why we are so distracted by everything? What makes us get off track so often? Why do we consistently have demanding crises that always come up? Daniel Goleman shows us how this happens in his book, Focus.

Throughout Focus, Goleman advocates that we lose track of what we are doing because we have not set up an environment that forces us to succeed. Humans only have so much willpower, and if you are trying to quit sugar while having your pantry stacked with cupcakes, this will not work out very well. While it is about being able to say ‘no,’ we also need to know how to eliminate distracting objects that are holding us back and replace them with new, uplifting habits.

We must learn to focus our lives on a limited number of goals at a time. As the saying goes, “one who chases two rabbits catches none.” Learning to do one thing at a time helps us get shit done much quicker than doing multiple things at once, and potentially screwing all of them up. On top of that, it greatly reduces stress in our lives for things that give us no benefit. It is a win-win situation.

Daniel Goleman provides very helpful advice throughout Focus. It will make you realize that our subconscious mind is more controlled by the environment we put ourselves into. It is possible to control our focus and attention through willpower, but it is much harder to do it that way. I would personally rather set myself up to succeed and provide the environment I need to work in order to get things done. This is how many of the top achievers in the world get places. Happy reading!

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