The Gap: The Little Space Between What You Know and Don’t Know
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This big idea is smaller than you'd think.
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.
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Praise for The Gap
“Doug Vigliotti is a bright young thinker. In a series of short digestible passages, he reveals the hidden influences that shape your perspective and our informational landscape. The Gap will change the way you think about and consume information.”
Annie Duke, author of Thinking In Bets
“The Gap explores the limits of our knowledge, redrawing the boundaries of perspective and unpacking subconscious barriers to unlock opportunities we didn’t know existed.”
Bradley Tusk, author of The Fixer
“Inspiring, enlightening, and quick enough to fit into your busy schedule, The Gap is compelling because Doug Vigliotti’s take is both lighthearted and deep at the same time.”
Chip Conley, author of Wisdom @ Work
“In a world where everyone is beating their chest claiming to have all the answers, The Gap is an eye-opening reminder that many things aren’t as they appear to be. It’s the necessary foundation for thinking clearly about your life. Read it, then tell your friends about it. It will make you look good.”
Mark Goulston, author of Just Listen