Escaping Enemy Mode Review

Book Review: 

"Escaping Enemy Mode" by Jim Wilder and Ray Woolridge is a great read on how the human brain works to either unite or divide us. Indeed, in today's increasing political, business, ethnic, and religious polarization, this book is a timely read. Around 300 pages, the title addresses many topics, including:

- Characteristics of the human brain in enemy mode.

- How levels of our brains work to unite or divide people.

- Description of the 3 types of enemy mode (simple, stupid, intelligent).

- Characteristics of simple enemy mode.

- Signs of stupid enemy mode.

- How to recognize intelligent enemy mode.

- How to know if we are acting in enemy mode.

- 12 skills to develop for escaping enemy mode.

What I like about the title;

- Easy to read and understand on a very complex subject.

- Has good and appropriate humor on a serious subject.

- Smooth flow from chapter to chapter (not a choppy read).

- Good practical and spiritual insights.

- Detailed notes section for further reading.

I read through the entire book to know this is a great title and will read more slowly in the future. Highly recommended on an important topic in today's world. I was given a review copy by Moody Publishers in exchange for a fair review and appreciate the opportunity.