So for the last couple weeks, I’m been trying to convince you to read Mad Genius. And hoping you’ll join the movement to restore critical thinking and possibility thinking to the world. Obviously a lot of you have taken up the challenge. I just got advance word from the publisher that the book will debut #12 on the New York Times list and is selling well around the world.
We have to get the message of Mad Genius to young adults. (And by young adult, I mean mature enough to read a book with the occasional F-Bomb without requiring therapy.) We have to get teachers teaching how to think again. And we’ve got to get business school professors talking about these concepts.
And we don't just need to focus on young adults. Everyone - you and I included - have to be reminded to think in possibilities, not problems. (Maybe get discussion groups reading the book together and exploring the concepts inside.)
So if you’re in on the movement – thank you! And if you haven’t quite decided to read the book yet, let me suggest you…
Read the Mad Genius review from Publishers Weekly here: http://ow.ly/XE4up
Check why The Huffington Post asks if you are mad enough to survive here: http://ow.ly/XE4Kh
See what Forbes says about the function of genius here: http://ow.ly/XE4Xb
Find out what wealth creation, social change, and mad genius have in common here: http://ow.ly/XE8bW
Discover why Investors Business Daily says you should deviate from business as usual here: http://ow.ly/XE7fh
Listen to the Great Work Insights podcast about unleashing your genius here: http://ow.ly/XE4dg
Please: Read the book. Check the premise. Start your possibility thinking process. Then go out and be amazing!
Are you in? Find me on social media using the hash tag #MadGenius and keep the conversation going.