Haseltine covers a lot of ground in this book – from finding your inner motivation to understanding how to work with your own quirks, he makes a lot of sense. Read “Long Fuse, Big Bang Achieving Long-Term Success Through Daily Victories” by Eric Haseltine with Rakuten Kobo. “If I had asked people what they. Listen to “Long Fuse, Big Bang Achieving Long-Term Success Through Daily Victories” by Eric Haseltine available from Rakuten Kobo. Narrated by Kirby.
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More by Eric Haseltine. Return to Book Page. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! Some of the greatest inventions and efficiencies were created by people who were, in fact, lazy.
That’s where Long Fuse, Big Bang comes in–to help you work with that instinct to create and foster ideas that will lead to explosive professional results. July 20, Imprint: But that was then, this is now. A large number of examples, which were very interesting.
The essence of Long Fuse thinking is to imagine where the bi of history is going, then figure out how to take short-term steps in that direction. Your Dare, Dream, Do Circle. Summary of The Power of Habit.
Long Fuse, Big Bang: Achieving Long-Term Success Through Daily Victories by Eric Haseltine
In the modern world, where life expectancies are long and physical perils rare at least for people who buy booksit’s not only possible to build a strong tomorrow without sacrificing today, but to actually increase the number of here-and-now victories by pursuing distant wins. Noteworthy references good for presentation materials or speaking points.
This is Eric through and through. I enjoyed re-hearing the admonitions: If Apple Books doesn’t open, click the Books app in your Dock. Customer Ratings We have not received enough ratings to display an average for this book.
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That’s because evolution has hardwired our brains to focus only on the immediate future, a survival technique that worked extremely well when predators were lurking at every turn. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. It’s great for my fellow speakers, it has concrete ideas for managers and supervisors, and it will give you that push you need to get up and get something done — in your own way. My clients are profiled in this random trivia.
Dec 19, Wes Sivley rated it liked it. This is pretty much a bunch of stories about the author’s experiences; lots of detail that doesn’t add much to the point being made. Some decent insights on how our brains approach challenges, and our bias towards instant gratification. Eric Haseltine shows you how to neutralize the quick-fix way of thinking and actually use that desire to improve your chances of an enduring success.
Not a bad book, but I have read better. Refresh and try again. Aug 02, Jonathan Guerrera rated it liked it. We’r “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses. The Spy in Moscow Station. Get this audiobook plus a second, free. Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews.
Hank rated it really liked it Nov 03, Our brains have let the tyranny of the urgent stifle the pursuit of the important for too long, Haseltine says. Answer e-mails growing stale in your inbox. Lynn rated it it was amazing Jul 06, The review must be at least 50 characters long. A very important topic for Americans at this time in our history: Here I am commenting on this book after 7 yrs since I worked with and for Eric for 10 years at Imagineering.
Long Fuse, Big Bang
Through proven case studies and personal experience, Dr. And in Long Fuse, Big Bang, he shows how to do just that. Not a perfect book but interesting.
It’s time to find a way to work around our hard-wired short-term orientation in order to light that long fuse. Mark Ouska rated it really liked it Jun 07, Dec 01, Marty rated it really liked it.
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