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5 out of 5 stars
By Nick on 08-20-17

A life changing read

Having never written a review I felt compelled to do so about this book. Hooked from page one and gripped to the last page, this is one of those books to reread from the moment you finish it. Filled with light bulb moments of insight and inspiration, this is (for me) a life changing book. Applicable in the domestic, work and social environments which we all live in at all times there is so much to learn and take away from this book. It's a must read and a huge thank you to Tasha for writing it.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Fipzee on 06-30-17


This book breaks down the challenges of self awareness and feedback and gives practical and actionable advice on how to move through what many of us consider the emotional equivalent of going to the dentist and emerge the other side. I suggest you give yourself time to read the first three chapters as I arrived for a monthly management meeting after chapter 2 suddenly questioning whether everything I thought about myself was true! There are so many takeaways from this book and those that struck me were feedback is not just about asking for it but creating an environment where people don't have to feel brace to do so.

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5 out of 5 stars
By A. Foster on 06-25-17

Great book. Lots of practical advice on how to and when not to deal with those difficult people

I enjoyed this book. If you are interested in emotional intelligence, then this is for you. This deals with the first step of EI, self awareness. With practical advice and examples .

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2 out of 5 stars
By Bradley Kirby on 05-01-18

10% relevance outside of the workplace

mostly aimed at work related situations. very little in the way of 'insight' and more of an overview of already well documented social psychology traits. appendix should be handed out as a pamphlet upon getting a new office job. waste of 10 hours.

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