But the title doesnt claim to be. It's an analysis of the importance and what goes on in the very first minutes of meeting someone new. It held my interest somewhat and does really cover some things not mentioned in elsewhere. Considering the book is cheap, for me it was more than worth the price. Occasionally I have come back to the book.
First bought this over thirty years ago and found it very helpful. I am a firm believer in the four minute theory since reading it. I loaned it to a friend of mine at the time who was very shy with women. He attributed the book with helping him meet his wife. They have been married thirty years now. My wife is amazed at how I can read people so quickly. A few years ago I met a new coworker of hers and in the first few minutes I could tell she could not be trusted. On our way home I told my wife to watch out for her. After a few months she told me I was right. I am now looking to buy this book for my son. Since it is so cheap I may buy a few extras to give as gifts to other people I feel it may help. I would especially recommend this book for people to buy for their children who are leaving home for the first time. As I recall it is a small book and easily carried and read. It was in paperback at the time and probably around 200 pages or even less. Glad to see it is still available.
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