Handbook for the Positive Revolution by Edward de Bono

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The world today is undergoing dramatic and often violent changes. Edward de Bono, whose theory of lateral thinking has been adopted by many corporations and governments, gives us the Handbook for the Positive Revolution, an outline for change just as sweeping but far less catastrophic--one that begins with a single leap in human understanding.
 

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Dr. Edward de Bono is widely regarded as the leading authority in the direct teaching of creative thinking. He is the originator of the term "lateral thinking," and his books have been translated into thirty-seven languages.
 
Published November 28, 1991 by Penguin Books Ltd. 192 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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In this scattershot collection of advice and aphorisms, De Bono advocates a positive, direct approach as the most effective means of personal or worldwide change.

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To overthrow negativity, he suggests the use of such symbols as armbands and the hand (whose digits stand for such values as effectiveness and self-improvement) to energize the ``yellow revolution.'' It's hard to take issue with de Bono's sincerity and upbeat arguments, but this often scattershot...

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