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The Magic of Thinking Big, first published in 1959, is a self-help book by David J. Schwartz.An abridged version was published in 1987. Forbes called it one of the greatest self-help books.
The past two days I have had the privilege of playing “host” to Francis Chan for a 2-day conference in Nassau, Bahamas. I had great expectations for Francis in relation to this event and, by God’s grace, he massively exceeded them.
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I once had a conversation with a product manager who asked me an important question: “How do I make sure I’m thinking about the big picture, when I’m always working on a lot of small things ...
Welcome to Thinking Ahead. Finding help just got easier… Many people experience problems with how they think and feel at some point in their lives.
Calabar High’s captain, Christopher Taylor, is on a short list of young Jamaican athletes who have their eyes on the senior World Championships. Earlier this month, Taylor revealed his training is targeted at those Championships, which begin...
Our latest Freakonomics Radio episode is called “Big Returns from Thinking Small.” (You can subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or elsewhere, get the RSS feed, or listen via the media player above.). By day, two leaders of Britain’s famous Nudge Unit use behavioral tricks to make better government policy. By night, they repurpose those tricks to improve their personal lives.
Honey bees can show us the power to be found in thinking small, says beekeeper Marianne Gee.