Think Again is a book by Adam Grant that teaches readers the power of knowing what they don’t know. The book helps readers to become more self-aware, and provides them with tools to step back and reflect on their own thoughts and behaviours. Think Again also includes stories from real people who have used these techniques to achieve great things.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who wants to become more self-aware, and learn how to use the power of knowing what they don’t know to achieve great things.
- Teaches readers the power of knowing what they don’t know
- Helps readers to become more self-aware
- Includes stories from real people who have used these techniques to achieve great things
- It can be difficult to apply the techniques in real life
- The stories may not be applicable to everyone
- It can be time consuming
Learn more about the author
Adam Grant is a bestselling author and Wharton professor who has been recognised as one of the world’s most influential thinkers. He has written for The New York Times, TIME magazine and The Wall Street Journal, and his work has been featured on NPR, CNN, MSNBC and Fox News.
“This book came at the perfect time for me. It was like Grant was sitting across from me, talking one-on-one about how I can improve myself and my work.”
“Grant’s latest book is a thoughtful and pragmatic exploration of the importance of intellectual humility – recognising our own ignorance and limitations, and being willing to reconsider our beliefs in light of new evidence. He provides helpful tips on how to cultivate this essential quality, drawing from his own research as well as stories from successful people who have put it into practice.”
“This is a great book! I loved the fact that it wasn’t just filled with research, but also real life examples. It was easy to read and very insightful.”
“Think Again is a well-written, insightful book that can help you to better understand yourself and the people around you. Grant’s advice is easy to follow and his stories are both motivating and inspiring.”