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Never mind growing up; it's time we grew down.

There are some 400 million people worldwide whose creativity, curiosity and determination put the rest of us to shame. They are experts in their field but have no experience to speak of. Once, you were one of them, too. They are toddlers - and they hold the key to unlocking our potential as adults, at work and in life.

In Little Wins, Ella's Kitchen founder Paul Lindley reveals the nine characteristics and behaviours that we can all learn from recalling our toddler selves. From attention-grabbing tactics that would humble most marketing experts to the art of thinking divergently, Lindley shows how much we've lost in getting old - and how we can get it back.

©2017 Paul Lindley (P)2017 Penguin Books Ltd.

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Thoroughly pleasant, made less believable by glossing over any tensions. Some worthwhile insights despite the flaws.

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  • C Watson
  • 02-09-18

Gives a different perspective on the world

Really enjoyed this book, easy to listen to and take in.
Provides a different perspective which we can all relate to and use in everyday life. Will relisten and bookmark to take full advantage

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  • Ed_N
  • 07-20-17

A bit repetitive

The book is enjoyable and full for business experiences. However the beginning and the end of the book tends to get a bit repetitive, a bit like teaching a toddler :)

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