SHELF AWARE BOOK REVIEW

The Gap by Douglas Vigliotti

by | Jun 11, 2019 | Reviews, Book Reviews | 0 comments

BOOK INFORMATION

The Gap by Douglas VigliottiThe Gap: The Little Space Between What You Know and Don't Know by Douglas Vigliotti
Published by Amplify on June 11, 2019

This big idea is smaller than you'd think.

Meet the Gap: the little space between what you know and don't know. It's the thing sitting between you and what you want; it's a small thing that amounts to everything.
Are you stuck in your career, relationship, education, or business? Maybe you're frozen by the same old habits and opinions or trapped in the story you've been telling yourself for the last 20, 30, or 50 years? That's okay. It's normal. We only know what we know. We're all stuck on something.
In a world overflowing with competing information, knowing who to turn to, what to watch out for, and what to focus on has never been more difficult. The Gap will help you turn obstacles into opportunities by identifying hidden forces and blind spots that prevent you from achieving your goals. Drawing on real-world examples, Douglas Vigliotti empowers readers with thought-provoking questions and simple strategies to cut through the noise of the information age, challenging you to look at the world from a whole new perspective.

Pages: 136

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Leann’s Thoughts

Book cover for the gapA quick read on an important topic, Douglas Vigliotti’s book is a concise look at staying mentally aware. Knowing what you don’t know can be tricky as there is no map: this book helps gives you ideas and strategies to try on your own to help find those gaps. Whether it’s how to do your job as a parent or employee, this book is full of tips and stories to help you think about how you think.
I love books that make me think but I really love “meta” books that make me think about how I think!

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