Think Again: The Power Of Knowing What You Don't Know
ISBN: 1984878107
EAN13: 9781984878106
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 2, 2021
Pages: 320
Dimensions: 0.81" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 1.19 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   Motivational Interviewing
The book is thought provoking. Motivational interviewing has been used to help teach instructors how to motivate students and improve engagement. There were many action items from the book. This book is recommended for everyone to read and share. Especially in leadership and academia.
   Great Book For These Trying Times
This book has a lot of great perspectives and tools to use in understanding and having a conversation with people who have different beliefs. It helped me realize that I need to check my beliefs.
   Very Insightful
Adam Grant is a producer. The book shows how to embrace continuous change by being very open minded. If only the reader were prepared to listen and not hear, it would take the reader way beyond what they could be. It was well written and flowed well.
   Insightful and Engaging!
I adore Adam Grant. His passion for his work is infectious. He doesn't tell you how to be happy. He shows evidence and data on psychological principles and ideas that can help anyone who is willing to learn new ways of thinking and evaluating themselves and the world around them. Learned a lot and will have to work on things from now on. I can't wait to read his next book.
   Thinking alills
How to keep and open mind and keep on learning.
   Would make this book mandatory for high schoolers
The more you know, the more you don't know. The mindset of considering new information that could alter your knowledge or beliefs instead of arguing with a "right-fight" attitude was adopted. Highly recommend it.
   Read the book
Today's society seems intractable. People are eager to share their opinions on topics they don't understand. Adam's book helps break that cycle by helping us re-examining our perspective. Is well-written and easy to understand.
   Open to rethinking
I hope to practice some of the rethinking in the book after reading it. I would recommend others to do the same.
   Well worth reading
On the one hand, the worst of management books seem to be collections of cliches and anecdotes, on the other, the best of them can make me rethink things in ways that books by sociologists, philosophers and other experts rarely do. This book is in the latter category. It made me stretch my thinking and it was a good thing.
   No need to Think Again about reading Think Again.
This book is great for anyone who wants to level up their mental models of the world. He recommends practical applications.