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"You are smart enough to buy books for better reasons than a famous person you don't know saying you should. And if you're not, you will be after you read this" - Scott Berkun
Scott Berkun is the bestselling author of Making Things Happen, The Myths of Innovation and Confessions of a Public Speaker. His work has appeared on CNBC, MSNBC, NPR and in The New York Times, Forbes, The Economist, The Washington Post, Wired, and other media. His famous lectures and popular blog can be found for free online at scottberkun.com.
I recently re-read this and really enjoy it. Instruction manual for modern life. I recommended it for my wife and my 12-year old daughter, just packed with timeless, good advice in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Art mommy
There are moments of useful information - but overall, it fell below expectations and steers the reader toward viewing the world with the same lens as the author.Published 2 months ago by shopgirl
Really fires your mind :) Interesting perspectives as well as approaches that one can use in dealing with real life situations !Published 4 months ago by Prasad Nageshkar
don't waste your time on this book, go read david hume, john stuart mill, john locke and other real philosophers. Read morePublished 5 months ago by j
An excellent, fun read exploring (and confronting) a number of concepts across the ages.
A must read for anyone looking to "de-clutter" their lives of much of the junk... Read more
Great book!!! With his short and to-the-point essays, Scott tells his thought-provoking ideas as if he's sharing some of his worries with his best friend, which makes this book... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Aibek
I read this book because I got an email recommending it and allowing me to get it for FREE. I had never heard of Scott Berkun, so I figured - if I don't like it, I will quit... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Michael A. Graves
A thought provoking, engaging collection of essays, easy to read and hard to forget. His comments about the cult of busy ring very true, and his definition of an idea (an idea is a... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dan Ward
Ok book. Would have been really happy if I paid $1, maybe $2 but not worth what they charged. Again, somewhat brief, vague interesting ideas. Amazed it got so many high reviews.Published 21 months ago by Marcus Ronaldi