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Logical thinking is something everyone tries, but only some succeed. Do you think logically? You may be surprised by the answer. Perhaps you have come a long way; I am sure you have. But there is more to learn. There is more to explore and discover. 

So here is my suggestion, Einstein: I believe your brain has great potential, but only if you use it. My invitation is to use it by listening to this book. And I would be crazy if I wouldn’t reveal some of the specific topics you will be faced with. Those include: 

  • How people fall into certain patterns of reasoning a certain way 
  • How rationality and emotions can contradict each other, but don’t always do so 
  • Myths, truths, and logic related to stoicism 
  • Stereotypes and rhetoric clarified for those who are not yet familiar with those terms 
  • Stress reducers many great thinkers have pondered and revealed 
  • How you can be less biased and see through your own background to uncover the truth about anything
  • All the different aspects of logical reasoning you should know about
  • Material that is ideal for classroom discussions and assignments 
  • How people often deceive themselves and distort their moral compass 

The general tone of this book is probably exactly what you have been looking for, seeing that the title piqued your interest to at least some small degree. 

Therefore, I invite you to act on that curiosity and start listening today. You won’t regret it. 

©2020 Alex Houston (P)2020 Alex Houston

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  • 21-03-20

Stoicism and more

I love the concept of stoicism, and I think aside from that, intelligence matter. Good reasoning matters. I saw another book from this same author, and he is spot on. Get books like this, and you'll understand why.

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  • 21-03-20

Not bad at all

Cool book. I learned a lot from this. I know that sounds cliche, or like something everyone would say, but that's just what I thought. You should do your own research.

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  • 22-03-20

Smart

A smart author with an interesting writing style, if you ask me. And I mean that in a good way. It's all positive.