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Time to Think
on 23 April 2009
This is a fun book that will also challenge you and your thinking. I like the way you can tackle the puzzles on your own or make a game of it with your friends or colleagues to see which team scores best.
Some of the puzzles I worked out quickly and others took quite a bit of thinking (and many a time the answer eluded me all together). Worry less about getting the "right" answer every time (that's the path to frustration). Concentrate instead on being curious and asking lots of questions around the scenarios given. Simply by doing that you are doing your brain a power of good. And it's meant to be fun!
Ideal for train journeys, the beach, parties, office 'time outs' and team building.
If you find you solve every puzzle you're either Paul Sloane, one of his relatives or simply outstanding at lateral thinking.