By Andrew Razeghi
What are the connotations when you hear or see the word "Hope"?
Is it an intangible concept? An esoteric notion?
Razeghi, a writer, educator, and innovator demonstrates through illustrative storytelling, research from neuroscience and behavioral psychology, the wisdom of such folks as Marshall Nirenberg (who broke the genetic code), Deepak Chopra, and the Dalai Lama, that hope is a verb, a tangible tool, a trait that can be learned.
Similar in writing style to Malcolm Gladwell, Andrew makes you ponder and take risks in thought and perception. Whether your interests include business, politics, science, sports, art, or religion, there is something for everyone. If you are a recent graduate of college entering the brave new world of the workforce, a business merchant embarking on a new venture, an individual looking for a new career, or just a student of life, "Hope" is an excellent resource and a good read. Enjoy!
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