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Publisher's Summary

Whether we need to make better financial choices, find the love of our life, or transform our career, crowdsourcing is the key to making quicker, wiser, more objective decisions. But few of us even come close to tapping the full potential of our online personal networks. Lior Zoref offers proven guidelines for applying what he calls "mind sharing" in new ways. For instance, he shows how a mother's Facebook update saved the life of a four-year-old boy, and how a manager used LinkedIn to create a year's worth of market research in less than a day. Zoref's clients are using his techniques to innovate and problem-solve in record time. Now he reveals how crowdsourcing has the ability to supercharge our thinking and upgrade every aspect of our lives.
©2015 Lior Zoref (P)2015 Gildan Media LLC
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5 out of 5 stars
By Jon on 12-16-16

Powerful

Great book. I was very inspired by this book. Very easy to read this book.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Sonia on 11-16-16

Revenge of the nerd

This is not a bad book but one that left me hungry about mindsharing and crowdsourcing. This book was too autobiographical to my taste and the omnipresent concept of "nerd", irrelevant. I don't know how technically any of the tips would apply in a company's quest to crowdsourcing. It seems to me that there must be more to it than simply asking your Facebook friends. In any case it's a good introduction.

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