Socrates' Way by Ronald Gross
Seven Keys to Using Your Mind to the Utmost

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Socrates has inspired and guided the brightest men and women for more than two thousand years. Now you can make him your mentor-to strengthen your thinking, enrich your life, and reach your goals.

In Socrates' Way, you meet Socrates face-to-face, hear his voice, and learn how he changes people's lives. The book provides step-by-step guidance on how to harness his methods to vastly enhance your own creativity and autonomy.Specifically, Socrates shares the seven keys to using one's mind to the utmost:

Know thyself
Grow with friends
Ask great questions
Strengthen your soul
Verify everything
Speak frankly
Free your mind

You will master the famed "Socratic Method" for getting to the root of any problem; launch one of Socrates' exhilarating "Dialogues" among your colleagues at work, as well as at home; and sharpen and enliven your thinking. In short, you will discover the Socratic spirit in you.

About Ronald Gross

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Ronald Gross has portrayed Socrates, and taught his methods and techniques, before more than 100,000 professionals and business people at major national conventions and conferences. The author of Peak Learning, The New Professionals, and The Lifelong Learner, Gross chairs the renowned University Seminar on Innovation at Columbia University in New York City.
Published October 14, 2002 by Tarcher. 304 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Law & Philosophy, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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All those who have traveled with Ronald Gross (Peak Learning) on the road of lifelong learning know that he is a fireball of creative energy and enthusiasm.

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