Item description for How to Think Like Einstein: Simple Ways to Break the Rules and Discover Your Hidden Genius by Scott Thorpe & Kerin McCue...
Albert Einstein was successful because he had a radical way of thinking, simply put, he broke the rules Einstein was one of the world's most natural rule breakers. His willingness to bend rules and see beyond a problem being at the core of his genius. Now you too can learn how to think like Einstein - and it's not all rocket science. Honest Simply invest in three hours of listening and expand your mind to limits you didn't know you had.
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Bookpage - 08/01/2001 page 18
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Format: Abridged, Audiobook
Studio: Listen & Live Audio
Running Time: 180.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.04" Width: 4.38" Height: 0.83" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Binding Audio Cassette
Release Date Jan 25, 2001
Publisher Listen & Live Audio
ISBN 1885408579 ISBN13 9781885408570 UPC 762458304948
Availability 0 units.
More About Scott Thorpe & Kerin McCue
Scott Thorpe, a resident of Utah, is an electrical engineer with an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley. He has designed robots and military flight simulators, and has launched five major new products in companies ranging from Silicon Valley start-ups to Intel. He currently is program manager for Soni Innovations, a pre-IPO medical device company.
Scott Thorpe currently resides in the state of Utah.
Reviews - What do customers think about How to Think Like Einstein: Simple Ways to Break the Rules and Discover Your Hidden Genius?
Great Tools Aug 17, 2008
I have read a great many books on process and decision making and I think this one is practical, usable, accessible, and straightforward. I used one of the principles a day after finishing the book, with great results. I would recommend to anyone who wants to tweak their thinking and problem solving skills.
Well some of it is doable but... Nov 29, 2007
Well the book is a great read but, keep in mind that you cannot always break the rules to succeed. It is good to think out of scope from which the society taught you but not all the time! and it is definitely not the recipe to success...
starts out great, then slowly becomes repititous. Jun 20, 2006
Just like other reviewers, I started to like the book very much. Toward the middle of the book Scott Thorpe goes off on very impractical solutions. I couldnt finish reading the book, but I didnt learn alot about thinking "outside the box." I would not recommend this book, however, it may just be wrong in my opinion.
vague & boring Jul 16, 2004
very vague & not practical. Theories only. You won't use them as a guideline to solve your daily problems. Seems repititious. You won't want to read on. I doubt very much Einstein thought the way he suggested. Or amend the title to : how to think like S. Thorpe!
A structured way to break out of your creativity rut Jul 2, 2004
Some other reviewers have said that this is a simple book for beginners. I have many books on creativity and I thought the book was excellent and wouldn't rate it for beginners. The book was laid out very clearly and thus someone unfamiliar with some creativity concepts could follow it.
As I read the book I have become fascinated with how the author combined solution methodologies.
There's a lot of work in following his long list of things to do and ask, but I think the results will be well worth it.