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This is just a workbook designed to to take you on an intellectual adventure into a strangers motive as posited by Malcom Gladwell in his book, "Talking To Strangers: What We Should Know About The People We Don't Know" into your life. It breaks down all the big ideas, key points and facts contained in the book so you can easily understand and also do a self evaluation and This is just a workbook designed to to take you on an intellectual adventure into a strangers motive as posited by Malcom Gladwell in his book, "Talking To Strangers: What We Should Know About The People We Don't Know" into your life. It breaks down all the big ideas, key points and facts contained in the book so you can easily understand and also do a self evaluation and then develop a clearer view and perspective about relating or interacting with people. This book is NOT the main book originally written by Malcom Gladwell on "Talking to Strangers." However, the book covers; - Summary of "Talking To Strangers: What We Should Know About The People We Don't Know By Malcom Gladwell."- Workbook to access your life based on the book, "Talking to Strangers."- Lessons learnt, and- Checklist.


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This is just a workbook designed to to take you on an intellectual adventure into a strangers motive as posited by Malcom Gladwell in his book, "Talking To Strangers: What We Should Know About The People We Don't Know" into your life. It breaks down all the big ideas, key points and facts contained in the book so you can easily understand and also do a self evaluation and This is just a workbook designed to to take you on an intellectual adventure into a strangers motive as posited by Malcom Gladwell in his book, "Talking To Strangers: What We Should Know About The People We Don't Know" into your life. It breaks down all the big ideas, key points and facts contained in the book so you can easily understand and also do a self evaluation and then develop a clearer view and perspective about relating or interacting with people. This book is NOT the main book originally written by Malcom Gladwell on "Talking to Strangers." However, the book covers; - Summary of "Talking To Strangers: What We Should Know About The People We Don't Know By Malcom Gladwell."- Workbook to access your life based on the book, "Talking to Strangers."- Lessons learnt, and- Checklist.

46 review for Workbook for Talking To Strangers: What We Should Know About The People We Don't Know By Malcom Gladwell

  1. 4 out of 5

    Anna Gunn

    I would say that this is one of Gladwells weakest to date books. I find it hard to read it without the subtext of him trying to find a way to diminish his own responsibility for his relationship with the now renowned sordid Jeffrey Epstein. There are passages in this book that also are highly provocative - that we should teach women not to drink so much as they might fall victim to rape - how about we should teach men to respect women. This book is highly disappointing to me and I have been a fan I would say that this is one of Gladwells weakest to date books. I find it hard to read it without the subtext of him trying to find a way to diminish his own responsibility for his relationship with the now renowned sordid Jeffrey Epstein. There are passages in this book that also are highly provocative - that we should teach women not to drink so much as they might fall victim to rape - how about we should teach men to respect women. This book is highly disappointing to me and I have been a fan of Gladwell's work up until now. I think this book has provided the tipping point for me to stop buying his books ever again.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Stone

    Not bad

  3. 4 out of 5

    Anita

    Malcom Gladwell doesn't disappoint with his latest book. Covers so many national and international situations where the people involved were misread and misunderstood by others in the situation. Malcom Gladwell doesn't disappoint with his latest book. Covers so many national and international situations where the people involved were misread and misunderstood by others in the situation.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rita Toscano

    I usually enjoy reading Malcolm's books. I love his perspective. I love his dissection of human life and all the things we take for granted (or are completely obvious to!). I particularly enjoyed the stories in Outliners....there were alot of stories within What the Dog saw that I found really entertaining. But like all his books, there are some parts you resonate with, and some you don't. Seems fair. This one focused or seemed to focus on instances of crime/murder/something tramatic and painful. R I usually enjoy reading Malcolm's books. I love his perspective. I love his dissection of human life and all the things we take for granted (or are completely obvious to!). I particularly enjoyed the stories in Outliners....there were alot of stories within What the Dog saw that I found really entertaining. But like all his books, there are some parts you resonate with, and some you don't. Seems fair. This one focused or seemed to focus on instances of crime/murder/something tramatic and painful. Rape/murder/overthrow etc. His other books had stories that were less painful or gruesome. I found myself cringing at the the story of Sandusky. Maybe that is a good thing. We should hate pedofiles. But it was so disturbing I wanted to stop reading the book. I did continue...because I wanted to understand the Amanda Knox story and the Sandra Bland story. Again, they were hard to read. I guess what I am saying is that I appreciate the analysis..but I needed more of a feel good book this time. Too much trauma right now. Bad timing for me to read this one. Perhaps at a different time I would of had an easier go of it. Still classic interesting Malcom though. I will read all his others though. I respect him as a writer. I still haven't read Tipping Point. Need to get to that.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Siniša Tomac

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    Diana Sandoval

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  46. 4 out of 5

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