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Full Title: Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die, Chip Heath & Dan Heath
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I'm an idea person. I'm constantly coming up with ideas, but never know which ones are the best ones--the ones that will change how we do business. I turned to Made to Stick by the Heath brothers because it's not just about creativity, but about how to communicate in a way that transforms the way people think and act. You should definitely add it to your list >>