I've listened to it at least twice. It's packed with so many stories that serve as good reminders for me personally that I enjoy hearing so that they sink in and serve me well in my business journey.
I found the book extremely insightful. So much so that I've started to research more deeply the work of Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman.
I've listened to this a couple times, because I've gained something new with each listen.
I like that it provides useful tactics that work. Though many are common sense, we don't often make decisions in a structured fashion. The framework provided helps me in guiding others through their decision problems as well.
Although I do appreciate all that I've learned from my actual MBA, I can't deny the value of the well organized nuggets Josh provides here. His voice is at times annoying, but not completely so.
Yes. It's well explained and interesting material. Being interested in decision science, risk management, and general stats, I found this fun.
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