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What would have made Insight better?
I was hoping for an analysis of our inner processes as seen through experiments and statistical surveys. Instead, I was given portrait after portrait of *unicorns* who run into crummy circumstances, change their minds and begin the *thrive*.
What could Tasha Eurich have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
The use of buzz words in this *bold* work were a clue to the inner lack of substance. So much garnish, so little meat.
Have you listened to any of Tasha Eurich’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I think authors that can read their own books are awesome, and I have no problem with her narration skills. I didn't realize she was the author at first; I just thought she was really "in tune" with the content.
What character would you cut from Insight?
George Washington, Ben Franklin, Ben, Susan, all these portraits. History must be full of people who did bad and then good. And no matter the circumstances, they could be painted to have *discovered their inner workings*.
Any additional comments?
I really thought this books would speak to the power understanding how others see us over even more self-indulgent know-thyself mantras. This book is self-aware of works that have come before, but it falls into the same anecdotal traps without sufficiently setting itself apart.
Thank you Audible for your return policy.
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Il libro parte dalla fine: l'autrice è convinta della importanza della self awareness e elenca storie che ne "provano" l'importanza. Purtroppo è pseudo-scienza.