Yes. The book offers a concept for which way the world is heading, and provides some basic ideas on how to cope with this new reality.
Throughout the book, the author keeps coming back to our roots as humans. We have evolved and grown into beings very capable and understanding of each other and ourselves. While much of the modern world is obsessed with technology and applications of new devices, the author argues that technology will free us to better focus on ourselves as humans.
Listening to the author, it is clear that these are simple ideas and this is a basic overview. If you're looking for something in depth on the subject, the author provides worthwhile sources which provide more depth on these topics.
No - there's too much in this book to fit into a single sitting. As he introduces these concepts, the author introduces sources for further reading which are worth consulting before moving on to subsequent chapters.
As I listened to this material, I was consistently inspired to dive deeper and relate my own experiences. I'm definitely going to follow up and take advantage of diving deeper into the underlying topics.
The data from this book was informative and very useful. i clearly understood how the two sides of my brain act and need each other. great listen!!
I enjoyed listening to this audio book so much. It's very organized and to the point. It's also very ingaging and informing. It contains recommendations for other great books as well. Overall it's a great book and I highly recommend it.
This book is a must read for anyone trying to make it in the business world and for parents. For artists, it's a great validation that you're not wasting your time, and a call to action to start using your skills in the business world! And for more left brain types, this is a definite wake up call that the world is changing and if you want to stay relevant you've got to start exploring different ways of thinking. Parents of children of all types, keep this in mind when helping your children develop and grow!
I learned a lot from this book...have talked about it a bunch. Narrator/author was entertaining too.