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4.0 out of 5 stars
slightly ambiguous yet interesting, 7 Oct 2012
A mixture of 48 common and not so common beliefs proved wrong with the truth by case studies, reports and surveys etc. Some very intriguing and practical such as the truth behind procrastination and habit kicking written in short (2-5 page) chapters with an easy summary.
Some chapters 'truths' are left far too ambiguous and with little real world application or practical advice
A charming sunday afternoon/bath tub read which can make you think and may will have some practical uses