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The Click Moment

In The Click Moment Frans Johansson author of The Medici Effect shows how to stay ahead when you can't predict the future Success is random And there are a number of things that we can do to capture this randomness and focus it in our favour According to bestselling author Frans Johansson strategy planning and careful analysis no longer guarantee strong performances But dig deep into the actions of successful people and organizations and you'll find one common theme A turning point occurs a major client signs on a new competitor redefines the market a I enjoyed The Medici Effect What Elephants and Epidemics Can Teach Us About Innovation enough to buy this one and it s nothing short of amazing Yes I ve read a few of the stories before like those in Little Bets How Breakthrough Ideas Emerge from Small Discoveries Still the fundamental message of this book is right on You have to get out of your comfort zone to innovate As I ve said for a few years now we have to be embrace randomness and uncertainty we have get comfortable with being uncomfortable Every business leader ought to read this book Period An excellent text

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E of their lives Johansson shows the actions we can take to create click moments open ourselves up to chance encounters and harness the forces of success that follow Frans Johansson is the bestselling author of The Medici Effect Raised in Sweden by his African AmericanCherokee mother and Swedish father he now speaks to audiences worldwide from the boardrooms of America's largest corporations to villages in developing countries He has founded a software start up a healthcare firm a hedge fund and the innovation firm the Medici Group He lives in New Yor This book has one earth shaking conclusion success is random Knowing this is invaluableThat being said this book doesn t conclude much beyond that I wish this book was a pamphlet but even with it as it is I would suggest people pick up and skim this book

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N unlikely idea surfaces and they take advantage of that 'click moment' to change their fate Diane von Furstenberg saw a matching skirt and top on TV and the wrap dress was born Microsoft Windows was on the brink of being shut down until two people met unexpectedly at a party Starbucks sold brewing euipment and coffee by the pound until Howard Schultz experienced his first latte Each of these individuals experienced a rare point of opportunity that was completely unexpected But they capitalized on their luck in ways that paid off and altered the cours This is another Wow book I recommend it to anyone who believes in the suite of books by VitalSmartsThe Click Moment describes how unpredictable success in our world is He contrasts this with fields in which the rules change very little over time These are competitions in such things as tennis or chess The author claims that if a person invests in 10000 hours of practice in such a discipline that that person will become one of the best But most endeavors such as business artyou name the area does not have limited rules and factors effecting who will succeed and who will fail 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 disciplineThe author encourages the reader to put themselves in the intersection of new experiences in order to be in a position to notice what he calls a click momentThe author admits that no one knows how to generate a perfect storm of success If people did know how to do this then the ones who had done it once would repeat and repeat and repeat Usually they can t Yet the author does provide 5 things a person can do in order to be likely to succeed with click moments when they do occur

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  • 11 August 2019
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10 thoughts on “The Click Moment

  1. says:

    This is a great book where Frans Johannson has taken on the challenge of explaining why we can’t get what we w

  2. says:

    This was on my reading list because of the author's take on the 'mastery in 10000 hours' meme This itch was satisfyingly scratched and the rest of the book was just so soSeveral examples and anecdotes show that 10000 hours of practice is most effective in situations where the rules are mostly fixed or the outcome

  3. says:

    I enjoyed The Medici Effect What Elephants and Epidemics Can Teach Us About Innovation enough to buy this one and it's nothing short of amazing Yes I've read a few of the stories before like those in Little Bets How Breakthr

  4. says:

    I have always believed that inspiration from a good book can create a click moment Found myself clicking right through this

  5. says:

    fantastic book especially for authors we think we know how the world works but so much of it is chance but there are ways we can maximize our chances of being around when the click happens I'll be blogging about this book excellent

  6. says:

    This is another Wow book I recommend it to anyone who believes in the suite of books by VitalSmartsThe Click Moment describes how unpredictable success in our world is He contrasts this with fields in which the rules change very little over time These are competitions in such things as tennis or chess The author claims th

  7. says:

    This book has one earth shaking conclusion success is random Knowing this is invaluableThat being said this book doesn't conclude much beyond that I wish this book was a pamphlet but even with it as it is I would suggest people pick up and skim this book

  8. says:

    Fantastic and insightful

  9. says:

    Extremely interesting idea of how to take advantage and increase the number of those rare moments in people's lives in which fortuitous events occur that lead to success The author brings out the facts related in a book by Malcolm Gladwell where he said that by putting in 10000 hours in an endeavor you put yourse

  10. says:

    Overall a good book Some examples were difficult to relate to the topic discussed and the author spent the first half of the book selling you on the premise of the topic

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