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More Time to Think
- The Power of Independent Thinking
- By: Nancy Kline
- Narrated by: Nancy Kline
- Length: 10 hrs and 11 mins
In More Time to Think, Nancy Kline demonstrates that the quality of everything we do depends on the quality of the thinking we do first. The leaders, entrepreneurs and business people who understand this are at the top of their fields and inspire some of the most successful and innovative practices and businesses in the world. In this audiobook, Nancy Kline shares 10 effective ways to help people think innovatively, and with rigour.
Brilliant and beautiful
- By Katharine on 25-09-17
Nancy Kline’s original book Time to Think was eye opening in so many ways and I wondered if this would come up to the mark.
It was absolutely excellent, eloquent, poignant and heartfelt.
If you want to help the world be a better place one person or organisation at a time you would do well to start here. This is a call to action to treat everyone with the respect they deserve as incredible individuals with untold and undiscovered capability.
Just loved it, inspirational. Thanks Nancy.
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- The Life of War Correspondent Marie Colvin
- By: Lindsey Hilsum
- Narrated by: Lindsey Hilsum
- Length: 13 hrs and 25 mins
Marie Colvin was glamorous, hard-drinking, braver than the boys, with a troubled and rackety personal life. With fierce compassion and honesty, she reported from the most dangerous places in the world, fractured by conflict and genocide, going in further and staying longer than anyone else. In Sri Lanka in 2001, Marie was hit by a grenade and lost the sight in her left eye - resulting in her trademark eye patch - and in 2012 she was killed in Syria. Like her hero, the legendary reporter Martha Gellhorn, she sought to bear witness to the horrifying truths of war..
An incredible book for an incredible woman.
- By Marguerite Leech on 15-01-19
What an incredible tribute to a remarkable human being who understood the plight of the individuals caught in the monstrosity of war. A remarkable life and a wonderful tribute to her and the work she did.
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