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When people meet Jon Levy, they volunteer to cook him dinner. This may sound odd and you may ask, why the cooking? In 2009 Levy launched “Th... Read More
When people meet Jon Levy, they volunteer to cook him dinner. This may sound odd and you may ask, why the cooking? In 2009 Levy launched “The Influencers'', a secret dining experience and community, with a twist. The guests arrive anonymously twelve at a time, cook dinner together and once seated they discover their fellow attendees range from Nobel laureates, Olympians, and celebrities, to executives, editors-in-chief and royalty. With over 2000 members and growing, The Influencers has become the largest private community of its type in the world. In the years since its launch, Levy and his team have dedicated themselves to bring people together in deep and meaningful ways. Specializing in applying scientific research (neuroscience, psychology, economics, biology, etc.) to transform the ways that people and companies connect with those who are most important for their success. We all want to connect and interact with people who inspire us. But how do we create sustaining community and friendship with people, especially if we don't necessarily have much to offer them? In You're Invited, founder of the Influencers dinner lays out the social psychology that allows us to create thriving community and create lasting connections. The rule of 100 states that the 100 people we frequently surround ourselves with most impact our lives. Their habits become our habits and vice versa. So it's important to surround yourself with people who lift you up, but you also have a duty to do the same for them. You're Invited is not about mercenary networking or using social science to use people to get ahead, it is about the real impact of creating lasting and real connections with individuals and with groups. The most universal recipe for success is creating genuine connections with those who can impact you and your life. Levy uses stories from groups like GirlTrek, business examples like RedBull and shows readers the true impact of creating authentic community. By creating unique experiences, such as what Levy with Influencers, when he invited people to his home to make dinner for him, readers can create their own experiences that allow them to connect authentically with others. Read Less
About the Contributor(s)Jon Levy is a behavioral scientist best known for his work in influence, human connection, and decision-making. He specializes in...Jon Levy is a behavioral scientist best known for his work in influence, human connection, and decision-making. He specializes in applying the latest research to transform the ways companies approach marketing, sales, consumer engagement, and culture. His clients range from Fortune 500 brands to startups. More than a decade ago, Jon founded The Influencers Dinner, a secret dining experience for industry leaders, from Nobel laureates, Olympians, celebrities, and executives to artists, musicians, and the Grammy-winning voice of the bark from “Who Let the Dogs Out.” Guests cook dinner together but can’t discuss their careers or give their last names. Once seated to eat, they reveal who they are. Over time, these dinners developed into a community. With thousands of members, The Influencers is the largest community of its type worldwide. In his free time, Jon works on outrageous projects, among them spending a year traveling to all seven continents and attending the world’s greatest events (Grand Prix, Art Basel, Burning Man, Running of the Bulls, etc.), barely surviving to tell the tale. These adventures were chronicled in his first book, The 2 AM Principle: Discover the Science of Adventure.show more
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