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The Little Book of Thinking Big

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Title: The Little Book of Thinking Big

Author: Richard Newton

Publisher: Capstone

Reviewer: Carol Singleton Queen’s Nurse, North Tyneside

What was it like?

This book provides the opportunity to the reader to get on their way to achieving “big things” whether this is bigger ideas, answers or plans, it provides the tools to get your imagination and determination flowing and to set you on your way.

There are nine chapters covering the “9 Habits of Thinking Big” aiming to maximise the output of your brain, with examples throughout to explain the ideas further and highlight lessons learned highlighted in a box surrounded by a thin orange line, making them easy to identify.

What were the highlights? 

The nine habits are identified by a unique symbol, enabling the reader to follow the ideas and be aware of which habit they are following.

Strengths & weaknesses:

This book is well written in an easy to read style with amusing illustrations throughout and quotations from various famous people across the spectrum of authors, song writers, philosophers, writers etc. The author summarises what has been said in easy to follow diagrams.

Who should read it?

Anybody with the desire and ambition to extend their potential and expand their horizons whatever stage they are currently at in their life. It is never too late! “If you change your mind, you can change your life”.

The Little Book of Thinking

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