I’m not sure if it is the colorful use of language that gets me on this or the raw tell it like it was story that compelled me to suck in every word. I have recommend this to both my friends at the risk of them asking “are you taking non-prescription drugs?” and have adopted some of the terms Julie uses as my own. (I think I only need to credit the author twice in conversations, that’s right isn’t it?) There are important messages for a blossoming young woman buried beneath the hilarious commentary. I give this book 10/10 rubber chickens and say well done Julie you are actually pretty funny!
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I'd say 9/10 rubber chickens just because I want room to move if I find something more amazing.
It was easy to understand, it made sense and made me take a new look at what I thought.
I like it. The Audio book read by the author personalizes the experience and when you watch a video with Seth in (and you will after this) that whole brain science think kicks in and it just flows nicely.
In the old days you would try to think outside the box, but in "small is the new big", Seth Godin pokes the box with a big stick!
I resisted reading Purple Cow because I didn't get the concept at the time, now I think I may go back and read it. This audio book converted me into being a fan of Seth's (ok I'm cheap) but seriously I like the ideas, I like "rifting" and I like the concept of "Poking the box". (If you're Australia it's not what you think!)
Insightful, informative, well researched
Your Brain at Work; David Rock or The believing Brain, Michael Shermer.
A great insight into how we think, learn, remember and perceive our world!
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