Summary of Thinking, Fast and Slow: by Daniel Kahneman
Summary of Thinking, Fast and Slow: by Daniel Kahneman3,46 158 5 Scritto da: Readtrepreneur Publishing Letto da: Peter Prova
(Disclaimer: This is NOT the original book, but an unofficial summary.)
All of us have two systems inside us; System 1 that does Fast Thinking and System 2 that does Slow Thinking. This book Thinking, Fast and Slow, we will learn how our minds work and arrive at decisions. With this new-found knowledge, we will have a heightened awareness of which system we are using and hence, make better decisions for ourselves.
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"We can be blind to the obvious, and we are also blind to our blindness." – Daniel Kahneman
Author Daniel Kahneman, a renowned psychologist and Nobel Prize winner, gives us valuable insights on how various factors affect the decisions we make which many a times, get us into trouble, as well as the system responsible for it. With many examples and clear explanations, we will learn when we can trust our intuition, and how we can engage our slow thinking better to our benefit.
P.S. This book is a treasure trove of knowledge that will help you learn how to use both Systems 1 and 2 of your mind, inching your way to making better decisions in life.
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