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Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know – Adam Grant

Thoughts: Decent. While I took some things from it useful for my personal interests, certain passages really felt like reading like a book for business executives.

(The notes below are not a summary of the book, but rather raw notes - whatever I thought, at the time, might be worth remembering. I read this as an e-book, so page numbers are as they appeared in the app I used, Libby.)

Grant, Adam. 2021. Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know. Viking.

Part I: Individual Rethinking

Chapter 1: A Preacher, a Prosecutor, a Politician, and a Scientist Walk into Your Mind

Chapter 2: The Armchair Quarterback and the Impostor

Chapter 3: The Joy of Being Wrong

Chapter 4: The Good Fight Club

Part II: Interpersonal Rethinking

Chapter 5: Dances with Foes

Chapter 6: Bad Blood on the Diamond

Chapter 7: Vaccine Whisperers and Mild-Mannered Interrogators

Part III: Collective Rethinking

Chapter 8: Charged Conversations

Chapter 9: Rewriting the Textbook

Chapter 10: That’s Not the Way We’ve Always Done It

Part IV: Conclusion

Chapter 11: Escaping Tunnel Vision

Posted: Oct 24, 2022. Last updated: Dec 01, 2022.