Review: Fluid: The Approach Applied by Geniuses Over Centuries

Fluid: The Approach Applied by Geniuses Over Centuries by Ashish Jaiswal
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Book Description : 
Whether we are in a classroom or in the outside world, we are always forced to choose who we are. Always expected to walk towards a fixed goal. Never be uncertain, never fail or never alter our course. We are either artists or scientists or businessmen. We are being constantly reminded to embrace these identities with greater force. As they say, the more we remain folded in our fields, the better specialists we are.
Fluid shatters this myth by arguing that great minds who have changed the fate of humankind are actually the ones who failed, faltered or remained uncertain, yet never bothered to stay pasted to a rigid line. They were more. They were fluid.
In captivating storytelling narrative, Ashish Jaiswal takes us through groundbreaking research unravelling what binds the likes of Leonardo da Vinci, CV Raman, Steve Jobs, Charles Darwin and other geniuses and why being fluid like them could be our biggest winning strategy in the age of artificial intelligence.
Read to learn the approach required for world-class innovations, groundbreaking solutions and game-changing ideas.

This is one of those unique books which are just difficult to segregate into one category. This book also just preaches against too much specialisation so I would just leave this one as non-fiction here.

Well I want to talk a lot about the book and the content inside but if I do it here then I'd doubt many of you would actually bother to check out the book. So consider this as a spoiler free review for a nonfiction. This book is more towards the learning and information section unlike other books which mostly dive towards the self help section like most other non-fictions these days.

I was annoyed with the amazon and the sellers which had the copies of this book for sale as I had this book almost on my 3rd order. But those are issues of amazon and I won't let affect this review. I wish there was a look on the editing as many typos and eaten up words had been itching my eyes but it wasn't a gargantuan task to decipher what the word it was because of the context.

Anyway, coming to the content which is again the king of this book here even though the cover is very simple and  attractive. I felt this was more of a psychology thesis than your everyday nonfiction that you'd read. The format at least made me think that way, all those references, overly formatted indexes and other such perfections.

This book is for the one who are curious and open to learn new things. In the book's terminology it is for the one who are fluid or wish to be fluid. I really enjoyed reading the fluid theory and this book is something you can actually recommend to parent's as well.

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