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This was a book I had to read for grad school, but would recommend it to anyone. It can be a little heavy on science at times (so don't expect a quick read), but it's certainly... Read morePublished 4 months ago by jess
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A deep read. Similar in style and structure to some of Gladwell's books. Look inside to get a sense for WHY our brains do what they do, and see how they operate.Published 11 months ago by James Riley
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in business books by 10% in the premise should be well founded, and the author starting to dig in to the grist of the title.
Not so here. Read more
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