It's not really a self help book, more of an analysis of how cognitive dissonance affects us on the personal, relationship, and political level. It's mildly interesting to me, the non-psychiatrist or psychologist.
"Makes sense to me"
Didn't really have a favorite character
...It'd be a documentary and probably not.
Worthy read if you want to understand why people are contradictory and how they justify themselves
Would for sure- the topic is very interesting to me (intersection of economics and psychology).
It'd be tough
Its a good lecture- give it a go if you have any interest in the topic
Practical advice and studies on how to increase willpower/discipline
Easy to understand and clear.
I almost did- it took two sittings but it was very interesting information so I just kept going
Didn't read the print version
It's got some great ways of viewing your introversion in a positive light.
It's much easier to find time to read by audiobook rather than read.
It'd be a documentary and yes.
If you are an introvert give it a listen, a lot of the phrases used in the book are phrases I use all the time and it was really comforting to know it's not unusual or weird. Great read!
It's got a lot of short to medium length stories which are great if you are like me and jog a lot and you don't listen to audiobooks in one sitting. The stories are hilarious, I even had to stop jogging and just laugh out loud one time.
Not sure, maybe Tucker Max's book but on a slightly different subject.
Can't think of one in particular, his baseball stories
Its a fun book
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