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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“The Click Moment”: Interview With Frans Johansson
Inspired by Your Browsing History. This book definitely created a click moment for me.
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This fits perfectly with the view of the 21st Century that disrupti I heard Frans Johansson speak recently at a conference. This is another Wow! The sheer variety of stories discussed is worth the price of a ticket alone.
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He correctly highlights the fact that for most of life, spending 10, hours does not necessarily lead to mastery or success. It has given me so many stories and anecdotes that I’ve shared with my friends.
These moments have a way of changing the trajectory of peoples’ lives, if they frrans on them. Reading The Click Moment will get you out of reading many other books.
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Johanszon there were a lot of different intersections between Sweden and the US and being black and white, multiple cultures; all these things were intermingling. How do you get people to link ideas from different fields if they have not been immersed in cross disciplinary thinking before?
Take the smallest executable step do something! In the story of every great company and career, there is one defining moment when luck and skill collide.
I won this book as a first read. For anyone who has read Walter Isaacson’s compelling biography of Apple founder Steve Jobs, this is old news and confirms the template for those in companies where science and humanities collide.
Use inter-sectional thinking -A case for spurring innovation by bringing people together across cultures, disciplines, personalities and for continually learning about ideas and areas of knowledge not necessarily related to your field or business. You also have to allow an environment where you can try things and not feel like ideas are going to get shot down.
Book review: The Click Moment, by Frans Johansson
Think Jar Johamsson founder, Ben Weinlick: A leaner book would be the more accessible result. Hardcoverpages. Quotes from The Click Johwnsson He is insightful on how Nokia lost its grip on the mobile world, comparing the ‘rules’ of the phone market with conventional games such as chess and tennis, where skills and competencies can be enhanced with practice, and success is easier to predict.
This is the click moment. The title of this book sounded a lot more interesting than the actual context.
Create large hooks -Do what you can franx accept randomness into your life. While it wasn’t my reason for seeking this out, this book is more of a business strategy book than anything with hard science. To ask other readers questions about The Click Momentplease sign up.