MERRY CHRISTMAS and enjoy a “Nuts n Bolts” guide to Whatever You Think Think the Opposite.
In Whatever You Think Think the Opposite, bestselling author Paul Arden uses several examples to illustrate his argument that all of us need to think differently if we seek to make meaningful change, create remarkable work or become astonishing people.
He says that we need to be more “child-like”, not being afraid to fail, standout in a crowd or take a second look at our current point of view.
The book it self isn’t traditional, left to right, front to back either…
He challenges us to formulate our own opinions and value structure as opposed to falling in line with the other “sheep”, get our ideas out there into the world and don’t leave them in your head or the desk drawer.
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