Learn how you can apply the main lessons & principles from Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind in a quick, easy listen!In Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, historian Dr. Yulal Noah Harari discusses in an intriguing narrative the exploration of human roots, the evolution of cultures and societies into the global community that exists today, and the various influences that sparked change, namely the Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions. Taking us back to 70,000 years ago where it all began, Sapiens charts the decisions and events that have influenced and brought us to where we are today. Through the combination of historical and biological perspectives, Sapiens urges individuals to understand how history was written, to look ahead and to glimpse what the future could hold for humankind. As a species, we have evolved past biology into a dimension of adaptability that is governed by intelligence. Dr. Harari uses specific events to illustrate more theoretical ideas and examines the role that humans have played in shaping not only the history of humans but the history of all species. This audio captures the key takeaways found in the original book. All fluff and unnecessary information has been removed to save you hours of time. If you've already read the original, this audio will help you cement the most important lessons. If you haven't, don't worry, here you will find all the practical information that you can apply.