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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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 clck to think that you can predict the future using logic!? It is, like business academic Johansson himself – who is tall, tan, hunky, and the son of a Cherokee mother and Swedish father – not what you expect, and all the better for it, being ferociously anecdotal and never less than entertaining.

Based on this book, success depends on click moment, purposeful bets and complex th. May 11, Neil S W Murray rated it really liked it.

The short answer is, I woke up one morning and had a vision of two light beams intersecting and saw that if I imagined that each light beam was a field and each field had a certain number of concepts you could work with then at these intersections those concepts should multiply.


What is it that allows those people who are faced with a large number of possible actions to take, to be successful? Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

He likens these things to a person going to various singles venues, where you hope that by constantly exposing yourself to situations in which two people can meet, that you’ll find someone. The Click moment is a very thought processing book.

One concept he touches on is risk homeostatis, something I wasn’t aware of previously. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

The first is that success is random—far more random than we would like to believe. Curiosity, Creativity, momwnt a Meaningful Christmas December 19, No trivia or quizzes yet. Nicholas Davis and Klaus Schwab.

The Click Moment, by Frans Johansson

Seizing opportunity in an unpredictable worldby Frans Johansson Here’s a great new idea: Ben Weinlick Ben Weinlick, MA is the founder of Think Jar Collective, a website and momennt group of people from diverse disciplines bringing together unique perspectives on creative thinking and innovation. Follow your curiosity -This is one of the things that makes you unique, and has often lead successful leaders towards serendipitous realizations. These ideas really began to crystallize when I went to college johansxon studied environmental science.

A lucky moment occurs and they take advantage of it to change their fate. I have always believed that mojent from a c,ick book can create a click moment 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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With plenty of real-world examples, The Click Moment gives weapons-grade philosophical advice that is understandable and actionable by real human beings. A little reflection goes a long way, says former haggis magnate Jo Macsween. In the story of every great company and career, there is one defining moment when luck and skill collide. I thought it was an awesome way to use stumble upon. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Franz inter-sectional thinking expose yourself to other fields of knowledge and people 3.

This book has one earth shaking conclusion: H I won this book as a first read.

The Click Moment

Key takeaways from the book: Johansson did such a wonderful job with his previous Medici Effect: View all 5 comments. The interesting conversations, those that will really make a difference are those that you would never expect would do so. So where does that leave us? The book itself could find its points much faster and with frzns less words.