In this episode of the, It’s Not What It Seems podcast, you’ll hear the second half of my brother Darron’s interview with me about my new book, The Gap: The Little Space Between What You Know and Don’t Know. In this interview, we go a little deeper into a few specific concepts within the book and discuss how to close gaps, identify gaps, and what’s “inside” the Gap.
You can hear Part I of this interview here: https://douglasvigliotti.com/podcast/30-douglasvigliotti
*If you want to check out more on the book or just dip your toe in the water, then you can actually download two sections for free at: http://explorethegap.com/
Here’s a little more about the book:
Meet the Gap: the little space between what you know and don’t know. It's the thing sitting between you and what you want; it’s a small thing that amounts to everything.
Are you stuck in your career, relationship, education, or business? Maybe you’re frozen by the same old habits and opinions or trapped in the story you’ve been telling yourself for the last 20, 30, or 50 years? That’s okay. It’s normal. We only know what we know. We’re all stuck on something.
In a world overflowing with competing information, knowing who to turn to, what to watch out for, and what to focus on has never been more difficult. The Gap will help you turn obstacles into opportunities by identifying hidden forces and blind spots that prevent you from achieving your goals. Drawing on real-world examples, Douglas Vigliotti empowers readers with thought-provoking questions and simple strategies to cut through the noise of the information age, challenging you to look at the world from a whole new perspective.
In our conversation, we’ll discuss:
Strategies to keep in mind while trying to close gaps (16:11)
How to address gaps we aren’t even aware of (20:03)
Why I want you to be in “the gap” (23:16)
Two things I want to tell the world, “it’s not what it seems” (32:02)
LINKS & RESOURCES:
Join my reading list: dvreadinglist.com
Follow me on Instagram: http://bit.ly/dougvigliottiinsta
Pre-order The Gap: http://bit.ly/gappre-order
More on the Dunning-Kruger effect: http://bit.ly/dunnkrugeffect
Listen to my interview with Tyler Cowen: http://bit.ly/inwistylerCowen
Listen to Jason Isbell: http://bit.ly/jasonisbellyoutube
BOOKS FROM EPISODE:
Stubborn Attachments by Tyler Cowen: http://bit.ly/stubbornattachments
The Salesperson Paradox by Douglas Vigliotti: http://bit.ly/salespersonparadox
The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy (a book that’s changed my thinking): http://bit.ly/compoundeffecthardy
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