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Open Preview See a Problem? There’s scientific info about health, wealth, love and life which would appeal to any thinking person combined with examples which are easy to understand and interesting.

I do recommend this book for people interested in science and people who are a bit closed-minded. I made the mistake of loaning it out before I was finished with it, and these two friends one an English teacher and the other a math teacher have enjoyed it so much, I can’t get them to return it.

In fact, I was in awe that he could explain such complicated scientific findi I’m a total science geek, so I was really happy when I sunde, Brain Trust on Goodreads.

Because I kept thinking about studying. It explains how I keep saying I’ll study but it takes me a while to get into it. Want to be better at basketball? I wish the book was organized a little better, with sections to do with biology, anthroplogy, economics, etc.

I wouldn’t try to escape tickets by fawning the police using probability and sumdem. Brain Trust consists of many little essays relating science to problem-solving. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

A Not science B Not happening. I am really looking forward to this one! Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Sep 02, Alex Boyle rated it it was ok. I guess it’s like more talk less action. Want to Read saving…. It is presented for a general audience to get acquainted with, so anyone with a deeper understanding of a certain topic may be a little put-off by the style. It was on my favorites list for a while.


Yet, it should do so without asking readers to engage in ignorant acceptance. I brushed harth over and didn’t really consider any of them.

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Overall entertaining, but entirely forgettable. Perhaps the best way to be read is in small doses, which the short sections lend themselves to quite nicely.

Definitely an interesting It was a really enjoyable read. I mean it’s cost effective, but really, there’s a reason you’re an author and not a voice actor.

It doesn’t just say one thing. And okay, some of the science was bdain of cool, but do you know how much is applicable to your life?

Garth Sundem on ‘Brain Trust’

It jumps fast from one topic to the next This alone promises the knowledge of being able to better understand and thus manipulate undesirable situations into more favorable outcomes. I found myself sharing much of the information I learned with my friends and family. Also, the secrets were in very short sections usually only a couple pages long at most so it easy to read one more section quick before a class or during a commercial break on my TV show.

However, this book attempts to wrap complex concepts into a book that garrth insultin Reviewing this book is conflicting. A reader can walk away with at least a handful of tips to employ on their next trip to the supermarket or maybe have something interesting to discuss at a cocktail party.


You’d probably have a book like this, full of many interesting advices and tips or only informations that could make your life easier! I am a scientist and obviously this book made tdust lot of sense to me since I’m one of those people who question their lot in life.

Garth grew up on Bainbridge Island, a short ferry ride from Seattle, where his dada former President of the American Accounting Associationtaught for 34 years in the UW business school.

So if you like random fact please do wundem on. What happens when somebody that is very very good at something gives you adice over the thing he knows better? Return to Book Page. This book, after all, tries to make science more accessible to non-scientists. What I’m saying is that it CAN be done.

The author has a very humorous writing style that helped make the reading funny and entertaining. There aren’t really any characters or settings in this novel as it is non-fiction and about science. sunxem

But they should remember that one point, they too were unfamiliar, and it was a book such as this one that prompted them to further discovery, and possibly a passionate love of the field.

But there is also some interesting social science in there about how people behave in various situations. Definitely an interesting book.