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This is a great book! Very interesting read. I am sure the author would have included Elon Musk if it was written recently.Published 12 days ago by Jenna
Hypomania gets a beauty treatment here, and I'm not sure it deserves one: hypomania, the "happy" end of bipolar personalities, is still a disorder—one that (experts have... Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. S. Eckhoff
Crazy to think about how the nomadic people who had tendencies to move an wander really fostered the entrepreneur of today. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Michelle Endries
Excellent psychoanalysis of historic figures. AN inspiration for anyone who has experienced hypo mania and depression. Psychiatrists and psychopharmacoligists should take note.Published 21 months ago by linda fernandez
Doesn't really have much experience or knowledge from an SPMI or c/s/x background, but it's good, nonetheless.
I recommend it for a quick-read and novel read.
A fascinating look at several famous historical figures from a psychological viewpoint. It makes us remember that world events, and much of our history, have been heavily... Read morePublished on October 13, 2013 by parker
This book is eerily accurate when describing me and several members of my family. It is nice to have a term to use when describing what has allowed me to be a successful... Read morePublished on September 19, 2013 by David E Sexauer
The intro was great. It leads you to believe the entire book is about how people with hypomania succeed in business. Read morePublished on September 10, 2013 by Crazy 8