Duct Tape Stickiness

January 23, 2007

How can you not love a book that has duct tape on the cover? I finished reading Made To Stick the other day and really enjoyed it. The authors try to explain how to create ideas that stick. It is written in an easy to read style filled with tons of wonderful little anecdotes. If you enjoy Malcolm Gladwell you will love this book. Highly recommended.

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3 Responses to “Duct Tape Stickiness”

  1. Stacey Dee Says:

    Everyone knows that duct tape sticks to NOTHING so firmly as it sticks to ITSELF :) Hopefully, that is not the metaphor they were going for with the use of tape on this book…

    Looks cute – and I do enjoy the Malcolm Gladwell “You’re good enough, smart enough, and gosh darn it… people like you” brand of corporate-citizen affirmations. I feel like I deserve a big, fat raise just reading that sh..tuff. :)

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