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Funny, informative, enlightening. This book is a must have. It shows us who we are and how we can become better version of ourselves armed with knowledge.Published 11 hours ago by Tony
It's an enjoyable read, and a little bit less of a slog than thinking fast and slow (which i have been 3/4 of the way through for quite some time) Primary strengths are the... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Oskar Rogg
Great and ingenious studies used to understand and describe human behavior.Published 12 days ago by Ralph
This was an interesting book and a pleasure to read in a sense it will make you question many of your reasons for decisions. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Robert Kirk
I really enjoy the book and it truly made me think about life around me and I interact with people.Published 19 days ago by Davodakid
Very insightful, interesting and entertaining, though a little too "gee whiz" for the topic.Published 22 days ago by Tim Kosub
A fascinating read, and well-proved glimpse into our minds, methods, and motivations. I highly recommend this book.Published 24 days ago by Stephen Perry
Great insights for those who would like to harness the knowledge of social sciences like behavioral economics to persuade and influence others to make win-win decisions; As well as... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Zoombuggy
Alas, I read “Thinking, Fast and Slow (TFS)” before I read this book. So, a lot of stuff in this seemed to be a repetition.
So, how is this different from TFS. Read more