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How to be More Interesting

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ISBN: 9780140258370
Publisher: Penguin
Published: 6 August, 1998
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)
Editions: 4 other editions of this product

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How to be More Interesting

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it is up to you! Some people are born intelligent. Some people are born beautiful. Some people are born strong. But what about that most important area of being 'interesting'? Beautiful and boring is boring. Fit and boring is boring. While we cannot do very much about strength, intelligence and beauty, being 'interesting' is entirely up to you. You can make yourself more interesting if you want to. This book explains how to turn your mind into a playground of interest. There are also 70 exercises for you to practise your growing skill of 'interest'. Edward de Bono is well known for his simple and effective approach to thinking.

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