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CIO Bookshelf: Hidden Potential: The Science of Achieving Greater Things

In a world that often places the spotlight on innate talent and natural gifts, Adam Grant’s “Hidden Potential” offers a refreshing perspective that may just revolutionize the way we think about our own capabilities. Grant dives deep into the journey of growth and development, urging us to see beyond the praise for the naturally gifted and instead recognize the vast potential within us to acquire new skills and reach exceptional levels of proficiency. The book touches on the idea that our progress is not solely contingent on hard work, but rather on our ability to learn effectively and build character.

Grant takes them on a captivating exploration that spans various settings, from classrooms and boardrooms to sports arenas and even the far reaches of outer space. “Hidden Potential” dives into the art of honing our character, nurturing motivation, and achieving our potential, while also offering insights into how we can create systems that provide opportunities to those who have been underestimated and overlooked.

In a world brimming with stories of extraordinary individuals and their achievements, “Hidden Potential” delivers an empowering message: the potential for greatness is within all of us.

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