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In this book, Adam Grant presents the idea of giving as a good strategy and way of life.
Grant warns against this tendency, telling us that giving because one expects ultimate benefits - is often a self-defeating strategy that others can detect.
Grant provides a lot of data to support his conclusions, which are both welcome and surprising, and I found his reasoning compelling as well.
Adam Grant’s highly readable book is, in itself, a gift. This well-researched, upbeat, and eminently wise resource encourages the reader to carefully consider the acts of giving... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Dorie Clark
This hit home for me so many friends and associates have received copies and all have appreciated it. I expect others will get a copy for Xmas!Published 2 days ago by Sally C. Webb
After hearing the author speak at a conference, I picked up this book to learn more. It provided me really valuable insights on personal interaction challenges I've had in my... Read morePublished 6 days ago by John Stephens
Amazing read and so many concepts to utilize throughout life! LOVED IT! Truly inspirational and motivational. I recommend for anyone trying to improve their life.Published 8 days ago by swest8868
This is one of the most important books I have read in the past year. It is solidly researched, presented in practical language that is applicable to real life, and hold the... Read morePublished 9 days ago by John Weaver
Could have been 1/3 as long. Info was good though, but lots of repetition. Has changed my outlook about functioning as a team at work.Published 11 days ago by T. Marhal
Adam Grant uses great real life instances to illustrate his point. It's an easy read, entertaining and a great message. I have recommended it to several friends already.Published 14 days ago by Ray Burrhus
This book is amazing. I've learned so much about giving more, and incorporating it into my life... And guess what, this knowledge works! Read morePublished 14 days ago by Thomas Houston
This is a great book. It fundaments the theory of why it is good to think of others and always try to give more than what you take. Live examples.Published 21 days ago by Sergio W. Sedas Gersey