Book Indication | Thinking fast and slow
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Thinking fast and slow, this book will certainly bring many reflections on the way we think and make decisions. Possibly you will find yourself in several of the situations mentioned and will have another way of analyzing your actions.
Voted one of the best books of 2011 by the New York Times, author Daniel Kahneman brings innovative insight into how our minds work and how we make decisions.
In the book, Daniel explains the two ways in which human thinking develops: one is fast, intuitive and emotional; the other, slow, deliberative and logical. Kahneman exposes the extraordinary abilities—and the flaws and vices—of quick thinking and reveals the weight of intuitive impressions in the decision-making process.
Behaviors such as loss aversion, overconfidence when making strategic choices, the difficulty of predicting what will make us happy in the future and the challenges of correctly identifying risks at work and at home can only be understood if we know how both ways of thinking shape our judgments.
The author reveals when it is possible or not to trust intuition. It offers practical and enlightening insights into how decisions are made in business and personal life, and how different techniques can be used to protect against mental failures that often put the individual in trouble.
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