1997. First edition. A trade paperback copy in very good condition.
Simple exercises to become the most interesting version of yourself, from the internationally bestselling and world-renowned philosopher and author, Edward de Bono. Do you want to be like that friend who holds the attention of the whole room with their telling of a story? Do you want your conversations to buzz with intrigue? Do you want your friends, colleagues or the stranger you talk to on the bus to think of you as the most interesting person they've spoken to that week?Being interesting isn't about having out-of-this-world adventures, it isn't about being beautiful, it isn't even about being intelligent or confident. Being interesting can be taught. Being interesting is a state of mind.Lateral-thinking guru, Edward de Bono's How to Be More Interesting guides you through over 70 thought exercises to encourage you to use your imagination, bring the most interesting parts of you to the fore and to captivate all who you meet. 'An inspiring man with brilliant ideas. De Bono never ceases to amaze with his clarity of thought.' Richard Branson Edward de Bono invented the concept of lateral thinking. A world-renowned writer and philosopher, he is the leading authority in the field of creative thinking and the direct teaching of thinking as a skill.Dr de Bono has written more than 60 books, in 40 languages, with people now teaching his methods worldwide. He has chaired a special summit of Nobel Prize laureates, and been hailed as one of the 250 people who have contributed most to mankind.Dr de Bono's titles include classic bestsellers such as Six Thinking Hats, Lateral Thinking, I Am Right You Are Wrong, Teach Yourself How To Think, Teach Your Child How To Think, and Simplicity - all now re-issued by Penguin.