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The Net and the Butterfly (Mr-Exp): The Art and Practice of Breakthrough Thinking ❰Download❯ ➾ The Net and the Butterfly (Mr-Exp): The Art and Practice of Breakthrough Thinking Author Olivia Fox Cabane – Thomashillier.co.uk In The Charisma Myth, Olivia Fox Cabane offered a groundbreaking approach to becoming charismatic Now she teams up with Judah Pollack to reveal how anyone can train their brain to have eureka insights In The Charisma Myth, Olivia Fox and the ePUB ´ Cabane offered a groundbreaking approach to becoming charismatic Now she teams up with Judah Pollack to reveal how anyone can train their brain to have eureka insights The creative mode in your brain is like a butterfly It s beautiful and erratic, hard to catch and highly valued as a result If you want to capture it, you need a net Enter the executive mode, the task oriented network in your brain that help you tie your shoes, The Net ePUB ½ run a meeting, or pitch a client To succeed, you need both modes to work together your inner butterfly to be active and free, but your inner net to be ready to spring at the right time and create that aha moment But is there any way to trigger these insights, beyond dumb luck Thanks to recent neuroscience discoveries, we can now explain these breakthrough moments and also induce them through a series of specific practices It turns out there s a hidden pattern to Net and the MOBI ï all these seemingly random breakthrough ideas From Achimedes iconic moment in the bathtub to designer Adam Cheyer s idea for Siri, accidental breakthroughs throughout history share a common origin story In this book, you will learn to master the skills that will transform your brain into a consistent generator of insights Drawing on their extensive coaching and training practice with top Silicon Valley firms, Cabane and Pollack provide a step by step process for accessing the part of the brain that produces breakthroughs and systematically removing internal blocks Their tactics range from simple to zany, such as Imagine an alternate universe where gravity doesn t exist, and the social and legal rules thatgovern it Map Disney s Pocahontas story onto James Cameron s Avatar Rid yourself of imposter syndrome through mental exercises Literally change your perspective by climbing a tree Stimulate your butterfly mode by watching a foreign film without subtitles By trying the exercises in this book, readers will emerge with a powerful new capacity for breakthrough thinking.


10 thoughts on “The Net and the Butterfly (Mr-Exp): The Art and Practice of Breakthrough Thinking

  1. Alex Devero Alex Devero says:

    There is no other way to rate this book other than 5 stars It is packed with information, tips and techniques for training breakthrough thinking and creativity It contains information from the latest research of many fields, such as brain science, neuroscience, psychology, sociology, etc Everything is written in simple language that is very easy to understand In addition, all tips and guidelines are very easy to try, follow and implement Book also contains many interesting example stories t There is no other way to rate this book other than 5 stars It is packed with information, tips and techniques for training breakthrough thinking and creativity It contains information from the latest research of many fields, such as brain science, neuroscience, psychology, sociology, etc Everything is written in simple language that is very easy to understand In addition, all tips and guidelines are very easy to try, follow and implement Book also contains many interesting example stories to demonstrate the principles behind breakthrough thinking and creativity.In a short, this book contains everything one could want to know about breakthrough thinking and creativity This is not just a regular book It is a manual for learning how to master breakthrough thinking and creativity From brain and how it works to how to improve your environment and mindset to have breakthroughs reducing fear of failure, viewing failure as a good thing, etc It is all there I highly recommend this book to everyone P.S Don t be surprised if you found out that you need to re read it a couple of times There is just so much information to grasp on the first read I already re read and re listened some chapters


  2. Christina Onasis Christina Onasis says:

    Powerful book to gain new capacity of breakthrough thinking Olivia Fox as the former director of innovative leadership for Stanford StartX and Judah Pollack as current lecturer at the University of California combine research and exercises of modern neuroscience Authors identified four distinct styles of breakthroughs eureka breakthroughs, metaphorical breakthroughs, intuitive breakthroughs, and paradigm breakthroughs How the brain works connected brain modes switching between EN and DN Powerful book to gain new capacity of breakthrough thinking Olivia Fox as the former director of innovative leadership for Stanford StartX and Judah Pollack as current lecturer at the University of California combine research and exercises of modern neuroscience Authors identified four distinct styles of breakthroughs eureka breakthroughs, metaphorical breakthroughs, intuitive breakthroughs, and paradigm breakthroughs How the brain works connected brain modes switching between EN and DN to produce fertile environments for breakthroughs How to achieve brakthroughs allowing our minds to wander changing our physical, auditory, social, and psychological environments , making association between unrelated ideas or subjects, increasing our plasticity by do new things , and evaluating the breakthroughs by Edward de Bono s Six Thinking Hats The supertool within this book also help us to overcome the blockers or inhibitors of breakthroughs butterflies the spiders of fear, the wasps of failure, and the icy cold of uncertainty Read and re read this briliant thoughts, my rating absolutely 5 5


  3. Risto Hinno Risto Hinno says:

    At first I was sceptical about this book maybe it is one these new age bullshit books which mask crap behind cherry picked scientific studies I was wrong It is inspiring book about how to beinnovative and how to deal with emotions that come along like fear and quilt It is very practical book which comes with excercies which could be done mostly sitting in a chair As I ve got older I ve experienced that for breakthroughs you need deep focused work and relaxation And almost as impor At first I was sceptical about this book maybe it is one these new age bullshit books which mask crap behind cherry picked scientific studies I was wrong It is inspiring book about how to beinnovative and how to deal with emotions that come along like fear and quilt It is very practical book which comes with excercies which could be done mostly sitting in a chair As I ve got older I ve experienced that for breakthroughs you need deep focused work and relaxation And almost as important is working with your emotions I think most of the barriers to our successes comes from there It was very reassuring to read that our brains are plastic and with training we could be mentally fit for long time if brain could rewire itself to see if you become blind via clip in a tounge, imagine what could you learn in every day Read it and do the excercises


  4. Jordan Ferreira Jordan Ferreira says:

    Very insightful work from one of my favorite new non fiction authors.


  5. Leanne Hunt Leanne Hunt says:

    I enjoyed the first part of this book immensely then worked my way through it at a slower pace The book gets technical at a certain point and it was here that my interest began to fade Nevertheless, for anyone wishing to learn about breakthrough thinking, especially in regard to invention, marketing, or any other commercial venture, I think this book would be very useful.My interest was perhapsin the way the unconscious yields up ideas from the depths, how these ideas form and what cause I enjoyed the first part of this book immensely then worked my way through it at a slower pace The book gets technical at a certain point and it was here that my interest began to fade Nevertheless, for anyone wishing to learn about breakthrough thinking, especially in regard to invention, marketing, or any other commercial venture, I think this book would be very useful.My interest was perhapsin the way the unconscious yields up ideas from the depths, how these ideas form and what causes certain things to converge into ideas in the first place This is the stuff of speculation and individual experience, and i was probably expecting too much hoping that I would find answers here.What the book taught me was that much research has gone into investigating how creative ideas can be caught as in a net, and that although the origination of ideas remains a mystery it is nevertheless possible to increase the number of ideas we capture and, thus, increase our potential for generating new and novel solutions to problems


  6. Pete Pete says:

    Any book proclaiming to offer, The Art and Practice of Breakthrough Thinking ought to be approached with great skepticism And it s not that, of course But hype aside, what it is is chock full of interesting ideas about creativity the workings of the brain obstacles to overcome and tips and techniques for exploring, practicing, and challenging your own creative capacities The examples are relevant and compellingly presented, the chapters are compact and full of ideas, and the tools and ex Any book proclaiming to offer, The Art and Practice of Breakthrough Thinking ought to be approached with great skepticism And it s not that, of course But hype aside, what it is is chock full of interesting ideas about creativity the workings of the brain obstacles to overcome and tips and techniques for exploring, practicing, and challenging your own creative capacities The examples are relevant and compellingly presented, the chapters are compact and full of ideas, and the tools and exercises are organized for maximize ease of use and ready reference It s an enjoyable read, and a useful set of ideas to have so handily presented


  7. Lance Lance says:

    This is the second work I ve read by Ms Cabane That may be the problem actually A staggering amount of the information here about increasing creativity is also represented, sometimes completely verbatim from her first work on Charisma While I recognize that mental discipline, agility, and the like will be similar I feel like it s a derivative work rather than a fresh science.That gripe aside, I do think specifics in the book are well researched, unique, and practical There are portions that This is the second work I ve read by Ms Cabane That may be the problem actually A staggering amount of the information here about increasing creativity is also represented, sometimes completely verbatim from her first work on Charisma While I recognize that mental discipline, agility, and the like will be similar I feel like it s a derivative work rather than a fresh science.That gripe aside, I do think specifics in the book are well researched, unique, and practical There are portions that really can help, even if they seem a bit ridiculous I d encourage anyone to have a read through it, simply for the applicable changes you can make to planning that have an effect


  8. Tom Schulte Tom Schulte says:

    This is a varied collection of active thinking techniques some of which could even be labeled new age meditation, etc Be prepared for loving kindness and mindfulness Well, at the peak levels, it is all a head game and this motivating compendium of approaches reminds us of the activating effects of altruism, and the voice of genius that can be heard in zen like tranquility There are also useful approaches to corral brainstorming sessions in meetings, etc.


  9. Pete Sena Pete Sena says:

    An inspiring and approachable guide to innovative thinkingI appreciate the collection of approachable frames and exercises for tackling creative and breakthrough thinking Their fusion of art and science of the brain is very informative and valuable for leaders looking to spread creativity to their teams and customers Enjoy


  10. Marin Marinov Marin Marinov says:

    Fantastically practical, tons of techniques and exercises to cultivate creativity and creative problem solving I particularly enjoyed the ones for leveraging the brain s default mode network DMN One of my top favorite books


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