Think in Color

'Cause Black & White Is Cool in Everything but Thinking

Non-Fiction - Self Help
104 Pages
Reviewed on 06/09/2022
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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite

Why see things in black and white when life is much better if you think of it in color? Do you know that seeing things only in black and white could mean you have a scarcity mentality? If you want to live a colorful and joyful life, I recommend that you read Think in Color by Sofia Santiago. In this book, she will reveal three mental cones to help you see things with different eyes. After reading this book, your world will never be the same and your perception of reality will improve.

Think in Color is one of the most enjoyable and enlightening books on personal growth I have ever read. Sofia Santiago offers her readers three mental cones that can really help them change their point of view. The most extraordinary thing is that she conveys powerful messages despite writing in a hilarious way. I got the impression she was talking to a friend. In fact, only a friend (I mean, a smart friend) can give priceless advice as she does. As for me, reading her book helped me identify sides of my thinking that were still black and white, and I bet the same will happen to many other readers. These are the miracles of well-written books, and I hope many of you will benefit from Think in Color as I have.

Philip Van Heusen

If you learn to think in color, you will see the world as a beautiful place instead of a white and black drab experience. Sofia Santiago created Think in Color: 'Cause Black & White Is Cool in Everything but Thinking to help the reader to see life in its various shades. Color thinking opens up a world of possibilities. It can be used in every aspect of life. For example, instead of believing, “I don’t qualify for the promotion,” thinking in color looks at the various ways you do qualify or ways to help you become qualified. Three thinking methods will allow you to expand your current thought patterns into a whirl of color. Unfortunately, we have been taught to think with an either/or mindset. Reading this book will reveal the beauty of three alternative attitudes that will give you an abundance of color in your life.

Thinking that the glass is half-full or half-empty can lead to arguments and dead ends. Either/or thinking limits the possibilities of solutions and outcomes. Suppose we learn to add other options, allowing more than two possible resolutions. If that is the case, we know how to think in color. When we change from thinking in black and white to seeing in color, what we once saw as walls of impossibilities become doors of opportunities. Think in Color by Sofia Santiago shows that thinking in color can be innovative. Creative living leads to a life of abundance. Buy this book, read and study it, then put the skills into practice and start living a life of abundance. I highly recommend this book and wish you a life lived in color.

Jennie More

Think in Color by Sofia Santiago is a self-help, personal and professional development book about expanding your thinking. She refers to the various cones of color, and through these cones, she helps readers apply a colorful way of dealing with conflicts, opportunities, or any situation that requires you to decide. When you think in color, you see alternative possibilities and solutions rather than the standard binary options of black and white, which restricts your individual growth. Santiago shows practical examples of how she has applied the three cones of color she presents and how else to use them in real-life circumstances. She advocates for how thinking in color can expand your horizon, helping you live a more abundant, colorful life.

Think in Color by Sofia Santiago is a thought-provoking book that empowers readers to expand their thinking. Santiago has crafted a well-conceived theory that she proves through demonstration. Her pragmatic approach to presenting her theory will leave you wondering whether you're a color thinking or black and white thinking kind of person. Think in Color provides actionable steps to evaluate your black and white thinking patterns while empowering you to test and practice thinking in color. Santiago's witty tone and comments entertain and delight from beginning to end, making reading a joy while leaving you with much food for thought. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, and this is a must-read for anyone in leadership or management roles.