I really can’t say enough good things about this book, it’s fantastic. An antidote to the insanity of today’s political climate, and a fascinating romp through the field of moral psychology.
Follows the friendship of Behavioral Psychologists Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who redefined our understanding of the way the mind works to make decisions.
An enjoyable and useful read. Took some notes to remember the key points… 1. Stand Up Straight with your Shoulders Back If you look weak, you’ll be treated as if you are weak. If it appears that you lack confidence, no one will take you seriously. When you stand up straight you are communicating the idea that, “you can handle...
Is it possible to learn ‘talent?’ What is talent anyways? A thought provoking book, though I have to admit my attempt to become talented at pool has been underwhelming, lol.
Why do people believe things about the world that are wrong? Hans Rosling proposes ten reasons in this great little book.
Bandler was the inventor of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) as a method for changing behavior and attitudes. He is also quite a humorous writer.
Are we all the same? No. We are all different but in predictable patterns. One of the oldest (and best) personality systems explains in cartoons.
A no-nonsense guide to getting off your ass and getting your life together.
Why do people who are not supposed to win, win anyways? They change the rules.
Why is it that the people who succeed are often not the people you’d expect to? Gladwell looks into it with his usual flair.
Alternatively making the point to “trust your gut,” and also “not trust your gut,” this book is a fun and insightful read. Gladwell is a really great writer.
This is much more than a book about comics. Its about how the human mind constructs meaning from disconnected information.