How to Think Like Einstein: Simple Ways to Break the Rules and Discover Your Hidden Genius

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Sourcebooks, Inc., 2000 - Education - 242 pages
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In this totally accessible, ingenious book, you will learn the tricks and techniques to solve bewildering problems from the greatest minds in history, including Albert Einstein. From business and parenting to becoming more creative and improving relationships, How to Think Like Einstein provides the tools to discovering breakthrough solutions to everyday challenges.
Author Scott Thorpe will guide you step-by-step through the process of freeing yourself from your ?rule ruts? to dreaming up some of the craziest, but possibly most important, solutions of your life! Learn to solve your problems by:
--thinking like a bug
--organizing a party
--learning the game of poker
--pretending you?re James Bond
--acting like a millionaire
 

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I read the Spanish version long time ago. You will not think like him after you read the book (not even close)and off course nobody would expect that... however there are some nice concepts and ideas ... Read full review

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Contents

EINSTEINS SECRET
1
THINKNING LIKE EINSTEIN
13
THE RIGHT PROBLEM
23
NO BAD IDEAS
45
BREAKING PATTERNS
55
PLANTING SEEDS
71
BREAKING RULES
109
GROWING A SOLUTION
133
AVOIDING MARTYRDOM
157
EINSTEIN THINKING IN ORGANIZATIONS
169
EVERYDAY EINSTEIN THINKING
187
EINSTEIN THINKING FORMS
203
EINSTEINS EQUATION
221
INDEX
227
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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.

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