The Myths of Innovation by Scott Berunk
Reading The Myths of Innovation, I felt like I had taken a stroll through a Wizard of Oz-esque tale, a journey that's almost impossible to expalain; eye-opening in the most hilarious way possible, maybe with a friendly ghost of the future(In this case, Scott Berunk). The book explains just what it says; innovation, a broad topic including thoughts of 'epiphanies(the 'ta-da' moments)' and procrastination, breaking them down and questioning the reason behind them. The points and various developments were well-presented and a reflection of careful organization and effective research, not only did I learn to redefine my vocabulary, but I got multiple history lessons and redefined, as targeted, my method of thought, I now find myself identifying whenever the word "innovative" or some variation comes to mind. The book was warm the way only a good book can be, I felt almost like a 6th grader meeting the psychotic-in-a-good-way guidance counselor for the first time, walking away with that 'Did-that-happen?' feeling, Scott Berunk gets into the mind and rewires without being utterly creepy and boring, I'd definitely recommend.