Think Like Da Vinci: 7 Easy Steps to Boosting Your Everyday Genius Paperback – 28 May 2009
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‘Buy it. Read it. Live it!’ TONY BUZAN
‘By capturing the very essence of Da Vinci’s life and genius- the seeming perfect integration of mind, body, spirit and soul- Michael Gelb guides us in a discovery and understanding of the boundlessness of our own full human potential.’ DEEPAK CHOPRA
‘A brilliant and practical guide to awakening and training our vast, unused resources of intelligence and ability… Get this book and stick with it.’ TED HUGHES
About the Author
Michael Gelb is an internationally renowned author, speaker and consultant who runs workshops, seminars and consultancy projects for companies and organisations such as BP, IBM, FBI and Microsoft. His bestselling books include Lessons from the Art of Juggling, Thinking for a Change, Samurai Chess and Body Learning. He has also written and read successful audio programmes such as Mindmapping: How to Liberate Your Natural Genius and Power Speaking.
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If you want to become more productive, read this book. If you want to become a superstar in your (or every) field; read this book.
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Loved this book and now writing a belated review, want to look it out and read it all over again!Published on 14 Mar. 2014 by rosie godfrey
Must read for any one who admires Da Vinci or who just wants to improve there life in general, amazing tips and exercises to followPublished on 30 Dec. 2013 by Penance