Think Like Sherlock
Reviewed by Roy Murry, Author
"Education never ends, Watson. It is a series of lessons, with the greatest for the last."
― Arthur Conan Doyle, His Last Bow
Hollins' book of how to think correctly is full of Educational information a young person should read and delve in. I was lucky enough to be trained by the best (Special Forces) at JFK Psychological Warfare Center in 1968 as my first Education after High School, so some of the principles he writes about, I knew.
However, as Sherlock might say, we learn something every day. How we use that lesson is crucial. Hollins gives the reader much to mull over in a short space of time. You may want to re-read some ideas and put them to work.
Some are: how to critically think; working concepts of Pablo Picasso, Einstein, Henry Ford, and Holms, of course; Observations and Deductive Reasoning; Thinking Outside the Box; and much more.
Peter Hollins's writing is clear and concise. You will read, stop, and think about how you can use the principle in your world. It is not a technical read, but one you will enjoy learning as you read.
I'll keep Think Like Sherlock in my Kindle as I have Conan Doyle's Holms shorts and novels, as you should too.