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I've read half of the book, and so far I find it very interesting and an easy read.
Daniel H. Pink's book "A Whole New Mind" discusses how design, story, symphony, empathy, play, and meaning can change how we view and function in the world.
This book not only changed the way I think, it also open my eyes to new things and ideas!
This book is honest and to the point. However, recent science seeems to debunk right/ left brain in favor of inborn character. Read morePublished 2 days ago by @MBAissuesDOTcom
Very interesting read, and each section has exercises to strengthen your capacity in the relevant area (story, design, etc). Read morePublished 9 days ago by victoria b larson
Some good points- need for innovation, making connections, empathy, but a bit redundant. Not convinced the "right brain" has the answers without the "whole" brain.Published 14 days ago by Barbara Fultz
Fabulous!! loved it. i am giving a presentation on the topics covered in the book, especially the importance of story, symphony and empathy. Great insight. Excellent examples.Published 20 days ago by Wizard07
My right-brained son has found this fascinating. I'm not certain I buy all of the premise, but it is interesting.Published 21 days ago by S. Ward
Really liked this book. I found it to be both enjoyable and informative. What I particularly liked about it is that the author (who also narrates the Kindle version-a huge plus)... Read morePublished 23 days ago by D. Clark
Pink lays out his argument in a very clear and compelling fashion. If you want to see where the jobs are going in the future, read this book. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Brad Parker
Dan Pink delivers. Every, leader, manager, supervisor should read all of Dan Pink's books. It's almost as informative as his book Drive.Published 28 days ago by M. Black
Is your brain right-leaning? You're ahead of the curve. If not, this book offers a view into the possible, and tools to get there.Published 1 month ago by Cathleen A Enright