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In the story of every great company and career, there is one defining moment when luck and skill collide. This book is about making that moment happen. Think Jar Collective and Frans Johansson have a conversation about creativity, intersectional thinking and Frans’ new book the ‘The click. Book review: The Click Moment, by Frans Johansson. Andrew Davidson enjoys a pithy look at how to germinate great ideas.

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His essential thesis is this: First of all, awesome stuff! How do you increase the chance of serendipitous interactions happening? In the story jhansson every great company and career, there is one defining moment when luck and skill collide.

The Click Moment

cpick Calculate affordable loss rather than return on investment -You’re trying to increase opportunities, and since randomness has such a huge factor in success, who are you to think that you can predict the future using logic!? The last part of the book has five strategies for individuals thinking about their next step in life, as well as to business start-ups and recent college grads.

Reading The Click Moment will get you out of reading many other books. Michael Mauboussin see below shows that frajs involving high degrees of uncertainty or luck require one to focus on process and not on individual outcomes.

Better prepared after reading this, I would argue, though you need to know which game you are playing. No trivia or quizzes yet. It provides a lot of examples of random events that derived in success, such as the tsunami that ended up in the rising success of the text-messaging technology, or the well known girl that had a dream about vampires that later became the nightmare of all of us that like good literature.


I accomend him and recommend his book highly. The second half of the book centered on strategies for navigating a world of such unpredictable outcomes, and this was less interesting for me.

I could see myself incorporating some of momenh recommended actions and concepts into my life, so that’s a plus. But this means that any one of us has the opportunity to change the world in the most unexpected of ways. Those are just a few of the techniques we use. He asserts that you can harness synchronicity by being systematically random, a concept that is beautiful but very hard to articulate clearly. This itch was satisfyingly scratched, and the rest of the book was just so-so.

Several examples and johanssob show that 10, hours of practice is most effective in situations where the rules are mostly fixed or the outcome predictable. This fits perfectly with the view of the 21st Century that disrupti I heard Frans Johasson speak recently at a conference.

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The Click moment is a very thought processing book. Loved Johannson’s closing remark which sums up the text perfectly ” The world never behaved in a predictable fashion, and that has never been truer than it is today. Place many bets if success is random, trying a LOT of things is better than trying the “right” thing 2. Oct 21, Conrad Zero rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jun 08, Phil Simon rated it it was amazing Shelves: The author says that when the right combination of factors come together it may be a novice who benefits with phenomenal success, not necessarily the person who has dedicated themselves to thousands of hours of practice of the discipline.

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Still, the fundamental message of this book is right on: The Dark Core of Personality December 11, I read this book based on a recommendation to me. I’ll be blogging about this book – excellent.

I liked the examples, they were different than others I have seen for clock type of topic. TheCreativityPost Quality content on creativity, innovation and imagination.

At the heart of it all is a conundrum: The countless examples he brings up and then recycles throughout are overdone and take away from the meat, which is left to a total of about 10 pag Ckick really enjoyed reading this book, which inadvertently challenges Gladwell’s 10, hours “rule. Speaking out on social or political issues is both a risk and an opportunity, says PR veteran Giles Fraser.