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Whatever You Think, Think the Opposite Paul Arden England Penguin Books Ltd 2006 142 หน้า 395 บาท
สรุปเรื่อง / สาระสาคัญ หนังสือรวบรวมข้อเขียนในการสร้างกา ลังใจ ให้แก่ตนเอง โดย Wikipedia บันทึก เกี่ยวกับหนังสือเล่มนี้ว่า... This isn't the first Paul Arden book I've read through and examined for review. The good news hopefully is it won't be the last Paul writes. This book cuts to the gut of considering doing things differently without being apprehensive. And in less time than you could read this whole review backwards you can get through his new book. I think that's also what makes the books written by Arden interesting. There are short on paper but long on ideas. Great for you if you're always complaining about not having enough time to get through a good book. I think the only way to put mileage on an idle mind is to read books that make you say huh! "I never thought of it like that". This makes a book well worth the reading. Benjamin Franklin said in Poor Richard's Almanack..."Reading makes a full man-Meditation a profound man--Discourse a clear man." So are you afraid of applying simple rules in the reverse? Do you often just go with the status quo or follow common patterns or guidelines for thinking? If you're not afraid to think in the opposite or if the following title with the words backwards doesn't bother you than you may be well
on your way to something worth imagining differently. "WHATEVER YOU THINK Think the Opposite" is worth your time. The book opens up on page 7 with a Flop...and are you willing to take one and try an idea that goes against reason? In this day and age how willing are you to be unfashionable? Well get ready to put on your high heeled sneakers as you prepare to take another drastic right turn in a left turn lane which seems to spin out of control on pg 16 & 17 in order to jumpstart your thinking about "The Height of Unfashion" and how taking risk to make a decision that's unfashionable often leads you to the next unpredictable road to greatness. "The Age of Unreason", and "There is no right point of view" both make you think about perspective and how yours could be screwing you up from seeing the things you're missing. Now if you're not into progressive thinking don't try this book. Again I think Paul Ardens on to something and the cost of the book is worth taking a plunge to gain some great increase in your imagination. I got a lot out of the book. In this generation you need VISION not Tele-VISION to make it. As you can see I like the book and you will too!
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