Here's a personal growth guidebook that's won the admiration and recommendation of Ted Hughes, poet laureate of England. He calls this "a brilliant, practical guide to awakening and training our vast, unused resources of intelligence and ability".
Author Michael Gelb, founder of High Performance Learning and consultant for companies including AT&T and National Public Radio, says that we all can unlock the "da Vincian" genius inside us. Gelb says there are seven critical principles that need to be followed for success, whether you're learning a new language, studying to be a gourmet chef, or just hoping to be more effective on the job.
©2009 Michael J. Gelb (P)2015 Random House Audio
The narration is good and the subject matter is interesting but I just don't think it works as an audio book. The reason? There are a number of exercises and assignments that you to complete as part of learning and becoming more creative. Not very practical if you are listening to this in the car!
That said the subject was interesting enough for me to go and buy a physical copy of the book. So in short as an accompaniment to a physical book and to reinforce concepts its great. As a newcomer to it then better off with a book.
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