Oh, my gosh! This is just the sort of nonfiction book that drives me up a tree. Because anyone can publish a book these days—which in general is a good thing—sometimes people put out bad books hoping to cash in. This book is super short, which may or may not be a problem in general, but in this case, the author just scratches the surface of decision-making, mostly in banal, poorly written generalities. The writing style is hard to describe besides bad. There are awkward and too-simple constructions, vagueness, and parts that don’t lead one to the next (though they should). I cannot fathom how this book has gotten high ratings unless the author paid for them. Seriously, this book does not have much substance at all. If you have an interest in looking at your decision-making process hoping to improve it, this will not be the book to help you out. I suggest you look elsewhere.
I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.