The Myth of the Garage: And Other Minor Surprises

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  • The Myth of the Garage: And Other Minor Surprises
  • Chip Heath
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  • 10 June 2019
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About the Author: Chip Heath

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10 thoughts on “The Myth of the Garage: And Other Minor Surprises

  1. Jim says:

    Free, well written read whatdo you want It s funny, quick, thought provoking, too You wantThen spend a few minutes listening to it Seriously, if you listen to audio books of any genre, you need to give this one a try you ll find something worthwhile.There were over a dozen different segments, each under 10 minutes long, the best of their columns They had a lot of good information a dry sense of humor that drew me in, no matter what the subject there are a wide range Free, well written read whatdo you want It s funny, quick, thought provoking, too You wantThen spend a few minutes listening to it Seriously, if you listen to audio books of any genre, you need to give this one a try you ll find something worthwhile.There were over a dozen different segments, each under 10 minutes long, the best of their columns They had a lot of good information a dry sense of humor that drew me in, no matter what the subject there are a wide range of those Some were obvious to me For instance the piece called Grit In this day age of instant gratification, people forget that complex problems often don t have an instant, brilliant fix They often take painstaking effort to chip away at the issue until it becomes manageable, much less fixed if that is even possible Hardly news to me since I was born on own a farm, but their examples were a couple of modern issues that will make the point clear to anyone.They had a quirky, interesting way of looking at things, too Think Outside The Box has become a gag worthy phrase, but their take on it is new improved They contend that such thinking is simply chaos, so we need to get a new box to think in That makes sense their examples hammer their point home.Since I m not an executive, their other books don t seem to really be up my alley, but I may listen to another anyway Yeah, they re that good.Check out their website

  2. Alysia says:

    This is a collection of their favorite columns they wrote for Fast Company Magazine from 2007 to 2011.I have to say, I had no idea what I was getting Another how to book A book about someone s so called deep intellectual thoughts on the way things should be Nope I really liked this audio book.This was a what you need to make your business grow and be successful though common sense and mostly over looked philosophies Not really philosophies but thoughtful business practices Dan Heath an This is a collection of their favorite columns they wrote for Fast Company Magazine from 2007 to 2011.I have to say, I had no idea what I was getting Another how to book A book about someone s so called deep intellectual thoughts on the way things should be Nope I really liked this audio book.This was a what you need to make your business grow and be successful though common sense and mostly over looked philosophies Not really philosophies but thoughtful business practices Dan Heath and Chip Heath have created a how to build a business book that is funny and full of great ideas that you can honestly use in everyday situations as well For me, most business book like this are dry as butter less toast but I enjoyed listening to the various situations and examples followed by their insight.I really appreciated how their book stayed current with topics like Why Second Life Failed Sometime business books seem not to notice or the authors have no idea there is a thriving business online and it is real Not just a passing fad Some of them are extremely opinionated We will insist that you never buy another mutual fund and the horror of mutual funds We will call out some of the sleaziest marketers of modern times by name Dan Heath s introduction

  3. Rolando Gill says:

    Great collection of essays I have read the other two books by the Heath brother and really enjoyed them I regularly work on making Switch part of my daily life by integrating the language and the tactics in order to make a change This collection of articles gave me a lot to think about, I had to stop a couple of times and add tasks to my to do list and even made notes in Evernote to make sure I didn t forget ideas I got from these great articles I highly recommend this book Get it, Read it

  4. Soheil says:

    A short and fun book to read that puts some bold ideas forth Not all of them may be usefull to everyone but still the short length and price tag which is free guarranties a read You can download the book for free from the authors website.

  5. Gretchen says:

    A good collection of the Heath brothers articles from Fast Company If you enjoyed Made to Stick, or Switch, you will likely enjoy this as well I like their writing style and tone However, I ran into my usual issue with these sorts of books..if you are going to publish an anthology, can you do something with it There is nothing new other than 1 article Could the authors have commented on the articles now that time had passed Maybe expand on a few concepts, or show how their opinions may A good collection of the Heath brothers articles from Fast Company If you enjoyed Made to Stick, or Switch, you will likely enjoy this as well I like their writing style and tone However, I ran into my usual issue with these sorts of books..if you are going to publish an anthology, can you do something with it There is nothing new other than 1 article Could the authors have commented on the articles now that time had passed Maybe expand on a few concepts, or show how their opinions may have changed over time I would have liked somethingThat said, I still think the articles are well done, and am looking forward to passing this book on to my high schooler A budding businessman, I think this collection will help him explore some new concepts

  6. Kristie J. says:

    Eye opening and thought provoking collection of essays written in a fun to read style I ll definitely readfrom Chip and Dan Heath My favorite essays were The Horror of Mutual Funds after reading this, I immediately looked at my 401k and changed my future investments to an index fund From the Annals of Unlikely Must See Compliance Videos this inspired me to think of ways to improve our boring safety meetings at work The Curse of Incentives I love stories about how upper Eye opening and thought provoking collection of essays written in a fun to read style I ll definitely readfrom Chip and Dan Heath My favorite essays were The Horror of Mutual Funds after reading this, I immediately looked at my 401k and changed my future investments to an index fund From the Annals of Unlikely Must See Compliance Videos this inspired me to think of ways to improve our boring safety meetings at work The Curse of Incentives I love stories about how upper management screws up and Get Back in the Box having contraints can actually make youcreative than if you just start with a blank page

  7. Sofia says:

    This was a free audiobook download I m so glad I got it because it was concise, engaging, informative, and with real life applications from most of the lessons My mom loves NPR and this has that vibe plus, it was free I ll definitely be sharing this with others I can t recommend the Heath brothers enough for their thoughtful and insightful analyses they re sense of humor is a nice touch too.

  8. Becky says:

    This was a really interesting collection of previously published web articles While the focus was on business, the principals were always applicable to life on a larger scale It would be an excellent book club pick It was a quick, interesting read with lots of discussion possibilities.

  9. Raymond Goss says:

    After buying this book from the Kindle store many months ago, I enjoyed finally reading it From the title, I thought it was going to be about Apple and other start ups and what it really takes, such as connections and money, to be successful at starting a company The first chapter is about that and it is about who you know and the knowledge you have going into your business However, the title only covers the first chapter The rest of the books covers about 15 other topics from mutual funds, After buying this book from the Kindle store many months ago, I enjoyed finally reading it From the title, I thought it was going to be about Apple and other start ups and what it really takes, such as connections and money, to be successful at starting a company The first chapter is about that and it is about who you know and the knowledge you have going into your business However, the title only covers the first chapter The rest of the books covers about 15 other topics from mutual funds, to how your gut makes you think, to grit I like the fact that I could easily read a chapter or two in a short period, put the book down and then pick it up a few days later without needing to worry where I left off

  10. Tathagat Varma says:

    It is a bit old book but the ideas are still quite relevant The book itself is a compilation of blog posts, so the chapters are not tightly coupled to a theme For that matter, the title of the book doesn t seem to fit well on many chapters.However, despite some of these issues, it is a good reading for business leaders, product builders and entrepreneurs alike It is a short book, so good reading I A couple of hours