“Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know” By Adam M. Grant Review

Think Again is a book about the benefit of doubt, and about how we can get better at embracing the unknown and the joy of being wrong. Evidence has shown that creative geniuses are not attached to one identity, but constantly willing to rethink their stances and that leaders who admit they don’t know something and seek critical feedback lead more productive and innovative teams.

So this one is one of the better nonfiction / psychology books i’ve read so far. But to my excuse I didn’t read so many psychology books yet.

I like this book much because of asked you very important questions which you might not have thought about before reading this book. 

This book is full of useful social psychology research which surprisingly wasn’t so complained because the author here explained them in way and understandable way for everyone to read no matter if you have multiple bachelor’s degrees in psychology or if you didn’t even graduated high school.

Every social psychology research in this book is very good and in a easy way summarised as well as very good presented for everyone to get interested in this book. 

The writing style in this book is amazing, and it has an easy and understandable language. So that everyone would understand what the author is talking about. 

This book also goes straight to the point and not like most nonfiction books which are jumping around the main subject.

This book is very interesting and engaging which every nonfiction book should be. Because every nonfiction book have a lots we can learn from them and if they aren’t engaging and interesting we wont learn so much from them.

There are also times when this book will make you giggle and smile at times which also gives this book extra points. 

And gotta say that this book is an eyeopener. 

I give this book 4 / 5

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