The Power of Impossible Thinking

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The Power of Impossible Thinking

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People’s perceptions drive their responses; for example, a person may be frightened when followed by an unidentified figure on a dark street, only to realize that the figure is one of their colleagues. They assume a stranger is dangerous and a colleague is safe, but neither of those things are necessarily true, and all simply occurred in the person’s head. People can see impossible things, or fail to see things that are important. By understanding mental models and the processes of changing them, the way you live can be transformed. This book discusses the process of breaking down old outdated mental models and how to pave the way for new ones.

“A fundamental message of this book is that what you see in any situation depends in very large part upon what you bring to the table. What you see in this book is no exception.”
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