Penguin Random House

Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World

$27.00

From why child prodigies generally fail at making it big later in life, to why procrastinators often come up with the best ideas—social scientist Adam Grant’s riveting research on what it means to be original is shaking up traditional thinking everywhere. An incredibly valuable read (for both at home or in the workspace) that offers fresh insight into a new era of non-conformity.

  • Paperback
  • 336 pages

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From why child prodigies generally fail at making it big later in life, to why procrastinators often come up with the best ideas—social scientist Adam Grant’s riveting research on what it means to be original is shaking up traditional thinking everywhere. An incredibly valuable read (for both at home or in the workspace) that offers fresh insight into a new era of non-conformity.

  • Paperback
  • 336 pages