Unsafe Thinking: How to be Nimble and Bold When You Need It Most
Unsafe Thinking by Jonah Sachs challenges the reader to step out of their comfort zone, embrace anxiety, and take risks to achieve breakthroughs, creativity, and ultimately success. In his book, Sachs argues that research suggests that if you are willing to embrace anxiety, you will actually experience less anxiety. Sachs argues that the path to unsafe thinking involves accepting your fears and anxieties, embracing them, and challenging them head on. The path to unsafe thinking also involves being an expert in your field and knowing when to be humble and able to admit when you are wrong. Unsafe thinking involves learning how to follow and hone your intuition, and how to accept your enemies and what they have to offer as your competition. Sachs’s research and thinking seem very radical at first glance, but it actually makes a whole lot of sense. When I think back on the times when I pushed myself to face my fears and anxieties, those were the times I felt I learned the most about myself, my mistakes, and my experiences. This book is a fascinating read for anyone who is willing to try something new and uncomfortable and to embark on their own unsafe thinking.
|Page Count||256 pages|
|Publisher||Da Capo Lifelong Books|
|Bookshop.org||Buy this Book|
|Category||Business & Investing|