Thinking Fast and Slow
Key Principles, Insights and Actionable Exercises
Have you ever felt as if there are two minds inside your head, often clashing with each other and competing for control? Has this ever led you to “analysis paralysis” or to some ineffective or less-than-optimal decisions?
In his book, Thinking Fast and Slow, Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman addresses topics that are fundamental to decision-making, clear thinking, and understanding our human mind. With refreshing honesty and meticulous reasoning, Kahneman helps define conflicted thinking by using his own personal experiences, so that you too can finally unravel your own mind and its brilliant, yet often flawed, ways of thinking.
Read on to learn why our thoughts so often contradict themselves, why they mislead us, and why we want to watch out for distorting data.
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