Sally Hogshead Fascinate Your 7 Triggers to Persuasion and Captivation [3 ebooks (EPUB, MOBI, PDF), 9 Audio (MP3)]
Sally Hogshead - Fascinate Your 7 Triggers to Persuasion and Captivation
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"Can you dissect 'fascination'? Sally Hogshead says, 'Yes.' Fascination is arguably the most powerful of product attachments, and this pioneering book helps us approach the word and the concept in a thoughtful and also practical manner." --Tom Peters, author of In Search of Excellence
"Fascinate is a riveting journey through the forces of fascination, how it irresistibly shapes our ideas, opinions, and relationships, and how to wield it to your advantage." --Alan Webber, author of Rules of Thumb
"This is a transformative work, a beautifully written book that will forever change the way you see the world. I loved it. Let me be really clear: you need to buy this book, devour it, absorb it and then buy copies for your colleagues. A lot of copies." --Seth Godin, author of Linchpin
"Whenever your message hasn't reached a customer, peer over at Sally Hogshead's collection of stories and directives, replete with more illuminating, original, and doable ideas than you can handle in a lifetime. Okay, two lifetimes." --Richard Laermer, author of Forecast 2011 and Full Frontal PR
From the Back Cover
What triggers fascination, and how do companies, people, and ideas put those triggers to use?
Why are you captivated by some people but not by others? Why do you recall some brands yet forget the rest? In a distracted, overcrowded world, how do certain leaders, friends, and family members convince you to change your behavior? Fascination: the most powerful way to influence decision making. It's more persuasive than marketing, advertising, or any other form of communication. And it all starts with seven universal triggers: lust, mystique, alarm, prestige, power, vice, and trust.
Fascination plays a role in every type of decision making, from the brands you choose to the songs you remember, from the person you marry to the employees you hire. And by activating the right triggers, you can make anything become fascinating.
To explore and explain fascination's irresistible influence, Sally Hogshead looks beyond marketing, delving into behavioral and social studies, historical precedents, neurobiology and evolutionary anthropology, as well as conducting in-depth interviews and a national study of a thousand consumers, to emerge with deeply rooted patterns for why, and how, we become captivated.
Hogshead reveals why the Salem witch trials began with the same fixations as those in Sex and the City. How Olympic athletes are subject to obsessions similar to those of fetishists. How a 1636 frenzy over Dutch tulip bulbs perfectly mirrors the 2006 real estate bubble. And why a billion-dollar "Just Say No" program actually increased drug use among teens, by activating the same "forbidden fruit" syndrome as a Victoria's Secret catalog.
Whether you realize it or not, you're already using the seven triggers. The question is, are you using the right triggers, in the right way, to get your desired result? This book will show you.
About the Author
Sally Hogshead believes the greatest value you can add is to become more of yourself. Hogshead rose to the top of the advertising profession in her early twenties, writing ads that fascinated millions of consumers. Her internationally acclaimed bookFascinate: Your 7 Triggers to Persuasion and Captivationhas been translated into over a dozen languages. The science of fascination is based on Hogshead's decade of research with 250,000 initial participants, including dozens of Fortune 500 teams, hundreds of small businesses, and over a thousand C-level executives. She frequently appears in national media, including NBC'sTodayshow and theNew York Times. Hogshead was recently inducted into the Speaker Hall of Fame, the industry's highest award for professional excellence.
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