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Think Like Sherlock

Creatively Solve Problems, Think with Clarity, Make Insightful Observations & Deductions, and Develop Quick & Accurate Instincts
Narrated by: Steve Campbell
Length: 3 hrs and 41 mins
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Instantly have flashes of genius, solve mysteries, read people’s minds, and size up situations. 

Sherlock Holmes, famous detective of 221 Baker Street, is one of literature’s most beloved figures. Why? Because he is able to unravel a complex story from simple observation, perception, creative thinking, and problem-solving. No audiobook can make you Sherlock. But this audiobook can teach you his most practical tactics and introduce you to the building blocks of what it takes to be a famous detective. 

Sharpen your judgment and instincts for better decisions. Think Like Sherlock is as close as you’ll get to thinking like a sleuth. There are references and case studies sprinkled throughout to illustrate just how you can improve your thinking habits to not only solve the mysteries in your life, but approach life with analysis, care, and creativity. You’ll find a plethora of techniques and illustrative examples. 

No other audiobook provides you with such a clear blueprint of the skills you need to think with clarity and understand what really matters. Learn everyday deductive reasoning to decipher the events in your life. 

Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for more than a dozen years and is a best-selling author. He has worked with a multitude of individuals to unlock their potential and path toward success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience. 

This audiobook introduces techniques from a wide range of disciplines to solve problems. 

Learn:

  • How to shift your perspective and open up a new world of thought. 
  • The process of observation and deduction and how to use it on an everyday basis. 
  • How altered states of consciousness contribute to clear thinking and how Einstein and Salvador Dali took advantage of this. 
  • How to systematically and consistently think outside the box. 
  • Critical thinking and why you shouldn’t take things or people at face value. 
  • How to invert, reverse, substitute, adapt, magnify, minimize, lateral, and distance (and more...) your thinking for flashes of genius. 
  • How to use reverse brainstorming and the fishbone technique to solve the "crimes" in your life. 

Sherlock sees the world for what it is underneath the mask and facade - and so can you.

©2018 Peter Hollins (P)2018 Peter Hollins

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  • Kevin Walker
  • 11-02-18

Observational clarity

I really liked it and it made me think tred the observation test on a bus and it was quite eye opening