Everything in this book seems obvious - but not until it was layed out in front of me in a careful analysis. This is a must read.
Should be required reading for everybody. Totally reshaped how I think about thinking. Text version is probably a little easier to follow, and I wish that I had it for reference.
helpful useful verifiable. Before I completed the book, I found several cases and principles I was able to use myself and provide to my clients. In my experience, this is extremely unique. Thank you again Daniel for your persistence and your clarity of thought.
The material is interesting and well presented, but frequently too abstract when you have to compensate for frequent minor distractions. The digital ebook or paper book version of this is probably a better way to experience this.
I have read four or five books lately all dealing with how human beings make decisions. Blink, evolutionary behavior , Effects of scarcity, etc. This book collects and frames all the others into a comprehensive thesis.
The idea are linked to economic but the applications are real life. what we think and how we act are often in direct contrast and this book helped understand why. Much more here than can be process in the short run but powerful and well presented.
lots of examples of how we are sometimes overconfident in our decisions, forecasting, and predictions. also talks about how to combat out bias.