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How to Make Someone Fall in Love With You in 90 Minutes or Less Paperback – Jan 1 2009

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We all know love at first sight is real. The genius of Nicholas Boothman is to understand how and why it works, and to teach you how to harness its power.

He shows how to recognize and attract your matched opposite—the person who will complete you—and then quickly nurture feelings of love. At the core of this simple, valuable book—now completely updated to fully address online dating—are dozens of simple verbal and nonverbal communication techniques to help you kindle the romance and accelerate intimacy. That's why his mail from readers so often begins, "Please come to my wedding."

About the Author

Nicholas Boothman, author of How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less, learned how to establish instant rapport with strangers while working as a fashion and advertising photographer. A licensed Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, he is a consultant to individuals, groups, and corporations who want to learn the communication skills needed to connect with others. He lives outside of Toronto.

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110 of 114 people found the following review helpful
Good Book! Bad Title! April 27 2009
By John Spinhirne - Published on
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This book is well written and fun to read. It has great insight on how to discover more about yourself and what you are looking for. It discusses more about how to find someone who is compatible with you and when you do find that person, the best way not to screw up the encounter. It is NOT a book on how to date as many people as you can and have sex with them. It is geared towards finding that one special person most of us are looking for and building a long lasting relationship with them.

I would never have bought the book on the title alone because the title means something completely different to me. So I think it is a bad title.

I would recommend this book to someone looking for additional insight in the dating field and finding true love.
42 of 43 people found the following review helpful
"Finding Your Matched Opposite" Should be the Title! Jan. 30 2012
By TimFromQueens - Published on
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I would give it more a 3.5 star rating, here's why;

So Nicholas Boothman is better known for his, "How to Connect in Business in 90 seconds or less" and "How to Make People Like you in 90 seconds or less" - So I guess that's why he entitled his book as such to keep the theme going, but honestly it should have been titled more towards the "Finding your Matched Opposite" theory he talks about in his book. That theory / belief in this book he introduces is what makes this book very special.

It talks about how we shouldn't look for people who are exactly like us, or so different from us, but similar enough and different enough, that you would compliment each other. Just like we have a right hand and a left hand, both the same, but different enough to work and intertwine together. That was such an eye opener and made me think long and hard about women, and trying to figure out who I am - because once you know who you are, you can now confidentially know who you would go good with.

The book also talks about a lot of great pointers about how to build rapport with the person you are meeting and how to get comfortable with someone you just met. In a way it feels like this book could have been two different books, one actually being the "Love you in 90 mins or less" and the other of "Finding Your Matched Opposite."

Just beware that this book consists of very analytical reading so not something you can just flop down and read - but incredibly useful in helping me understand myself, and building connections on dates.
68 of 74 people found the following review helpful
Unless You're Oprah, Read this Book May 4 2011
By fifty50 - Published on
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Howard Gardner, the famed Harvard psychologist, identified seven major areas of learning, very roughly correlating to language arts, math, art, music, gym, interpersonal and "intrapersonal" learning. Public education covers the first five, but is too unsophisticated to cover the last two. This book addresses many major aspects of interpersonal learning. Once you read it, you will most definitely notice your mistakes and the mistakes of others and you'll be relieved that you're no longer making these mistakes. How would you feel if you went around saying things like, "Me and him went to the park" and then someone told you the correct grammar is, "He and I"? That's what this book accomplishes on an interpersonal level. For example, one topic in this book is conversational levels of intimacy and how to tell whether your conversational partner is comfortable with the level you're discussing. The author shows how to jump from one level to another and how to time the jumps so as to not bore your conversational partner or drive him or her away. Though the author applies the material to dating, it is also applicable to every day life and should be practiced there in order to develop expertise.

While the title of the book does relate to the material in the book, the title is hyped and gimmicky, whereas the book contents provide an important learning experience.
52 of 56 people found the following review helpful
Loved this Short Book! Feb. 13 2009
By Jeanie M. Lee - Published on
Format: Paperback
This book is short and concise, which is something that I really enjoyed. It has some practical suggestions on meeting people that I would consider following through with. Mostly he focused on action, getting yourself out there for you to meet as many people as you can. He makes a good point on moving on if there is no "connection". It's the sorting through people until you meed the "right one". He offered techniques on making conversation if you are socially unskilled, or shy that seemed as if they would work.

The bottom line is - if you are willing to do a little work, get yourself out meeting people at different events, clubs, theatres, etc., you will eventually meet the person that matches you. I would recommend reading his other book first, as he refers to it often (How to Make Someone Like You in 90 Minutes).
20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Go find love April 11 2009
By Scott Sylvan Bell - Published on
Format: Paperback
This book will help you meet people but you can not just read it you will have to do what the book says. It will take some time but you will find it easier to connect with people. There are some basic NLP explanations that always help when connecting with people not just for relationships in your personal life but also in business. If you actually do what this book says you will not be disappointed.