Liminal Thinking by Dave Gray is a great book that challenges the way you think and the way you see the world. Gray emphasises that we all have a choice in how we see and navigate the world, and the first step to success is to engage in liminal thinking and allow ourselves to explore new opportunities.
Gray’s book is separated into two parts. Firstly, we’ll discuss what Gray’s concept of Liminal thinking is. Then, we’ll move on to summarise the first part of the book: ‘how beliefs shape everything’ by discussing each of Gray’s 6 principles ranging from creating beliefs to tying beliefs to your identity. Next, we’ll move on to part two; ‘what to do about it’. In this part, we’ll cover the nine practices including emptying your cup, creating safe spaces, disrupting routines and evolving yourself.
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