It was very enlightening and enjoyable to read. I found it full of common sense and wit. I gave a copy to each of my adult children for Christmas. Well worth your time if you want to improve or just better understand how males and females perceive the world. If taken to heart, it will undoubtedly improve your understanding and empathy for your spouse, your co-workers, and anyone else you communicate with.
This book has the potential to transform the way you study and teach. There is no silver bullet when it comes to learning but this book has the potential to make you significantly more effective, like many of the people the author uses as examples.
Have you ever wondered what causes a bell curve in a classroom full of very intelligent pupils? The answer is so unexpected yet obvious at least for a group of students learning to play an instrument. I won???t spoil it for you by giving you the answer.
Whether you are instructing yourself or someone else the principles in this book apply. Understand why having a desire to learn and the passion to follow through are essential but only part of the equation. Learn what it takes to not just study or practice but truly use deep practice to its fullest. See how you can be more productive and reduce the time required to practice at the same time.
I purchased this book because of its high rating, so I feel compelled to comment.
I began listening with great interest and enjoyment as Wayne explained what seemed good logic about personal healing. Then, about half way through the presentation, I was totally surprised when Christiane started presenting a sexually focused discussion that was laced with condemnation of circumcision.
I don't understand why these two topics were put together and her content makes his seem questionable.
For years, I have been frustrated at the Federal Court's handling of cases that seem to go against what our founding fathers obviously intended. This book opened my eyes to a history of the federal judiciary ignoring our Constitution while at the same time claiming to uphold it.
I use quotes from this book regularly. I checked it out from the library and decided I wanted it in my own library so I purchased it.
The insight and illumination of common but missed facts helps me to improve myself while I better support and encourage others.
Full of useful management level advice. Solid advice for being a better team or for that matter a better co-worker.
A captivating true story written to inspire a dying man's children when they get old enough to understand. Randy has so many nuggets of common sense and gems of inspiration imbedded in this book, it is hard to find adequate words to give it enough praise.
This book is a must read for anyone who wants to improve their impact in the work place. Whether you are a supervisor, subordinate or co-worker and no matter where you are on your career ladder you should invest time in this book.
It starts off bashing the book called "Blink" but once he gets beyond that waste of time he covers some very useful and relevant issues. His centeral theme provides the reader with a good basis for promoting the use of Critical Thinking and an understanding of why not to use the first gut reaction that comes by.
I found it to be very easy to listen to.
I have listened to this book multiple times. I gave it to each of my children for christmas. I have encouraged my co-workers and even the chaplain to not only read it but start a study group using it as a base. The information contained is not 100 percent perfect as there are terms that seemed to disagree with what I understood them to mean but they are infrequent.
The principles he chanpions and the methods suggested are right on the money!
I suggest you also get the paperback version as it is cheap and you will want to make notes.
The author does an exceptional job of reading his matereial. The listener can feel the emotion and emphasis the author intended as he not only reads the book but adjusts things enough so that you can visualize the diagrams as he reads.
It is so much more interesting listening to it then it ever could possibly have been reading it.
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