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It has some good points but overall it’s awful to listen to and badly structured. What did you like least? Choice architecture This is the “applications” book that for me follows on from the theory presented in nobel prize winner Daniel Kahnemann’s “Thinking, kedia and slow” – so if you haven’t read that, my hunch is that you won’t get this – it may seem too superficial, even though each topic is taken in some detail.
Across the US government, the same thing happened: It made me lose track of the conclusions. How to solve the pension crisis and how to get people to drink less without turning into a fascist. Richard Thaler, won a Nobel Prize recently for his work, which is outlined in this book. For example, if you ask the question, “Did Gandhi live to be years old?
But I must say, Dr. What members say Average Customer Ratings Overall. Both of these books are highly recommended. Influencethe classic book on persuasion, explains the psychology of why people say yes – and how to apply these understandings. As an economist by training, I could only agree with their proposals. Some chapters only focus on US systems While I’m sure the book may be of some help to people who actually have investments, stock, retirement plans, etc.
Thaler has spent his career studying the radical notion that the central agents in the economy are humans – predictable, error-prone individuals. People who bought this also bought I felt I had heard most of the key ideas by reading a selection of reviews. The reason, the authors explain, is that, being human, we are all susceptible to various biases that can lead us to blunder.
Why can a 50p aspirin do what a 5p aspirin can’t? When new Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow and his top analyst, the former rocket scientist Sig Mejdal, arrived in Houston inthey had already spent more than half a decade trying to understand how human instinct and expertise could be blended with hard numbers. Examples were mainly US focused though. Seth Godin Narrated by: Get it free with day trial.
Some interesting points are made about how we are influenced in the decision making process.
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What makes us brilliant? I have laughed out loud half a dozen times and not just at the rich vein of references to Homer Simpson who is repeatedly referenced. Given my time again Medla would get the abridged version.
I feel like I wasted a credit and precious hours of my time listening to this book. People think when you want to change your life, you need to think big. This book is eye-opening as a warning against sales tactics that might be employed upon you and also a refreshing alternative to traditional politics.
In this breathtaking new audiobook, Michael Lewis tells the extraordinary story of a relationship that became a shared mind: Daniel Coyle Narrated by: I suppose this is so different from our NHS system that I found it hard to relate to.
The morning after Trump was elected president, the people who ran the US Department of Energy – an agency that deals with some of the most powerful risks facing humanity – waited to welcome the incoming administration’s transition team.
I really have a difficult time saying what Gilxan liked about this book. I found the book hard to get through, the examples are long and imho not very entertaining.
The first section of the book is admittedly really interesting. He knows that real change comes from the compound effect of hundreds of small decisions – doing medla push-ups a day, waking up five minutes early or holding a single short phone call. Our mistakes make us poorer and less healthy; we often make bad decisions involving education, personal finance, health care, mortgages and credit cards, the family, and even the planet itself. This book is an interesting insight into the way humans are influenced and nudge by people and their environment into doing certain things.
When I read, I want to hear solutions. The takeaway that I got from this book is that the way questions are expressed or items are presented will influence nudge our decisions.
I think it is excellent and gives good advice for anyone who is a “choice architect” – including governments – on how to help people make better choices. Behavioural economist and New York Times best-selling author of Predictably Irrational Dan Ariely returns to offer a much-needed take on the irrational decisions that influence our dating lives, our workplace experiences, and our general behaviour, up close and personal.
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Its an interesting point and was supported by a few good initial examples I like the term “Choice Architect” that they coined. What makes us deadly? Ben Reiter Narrated by: I accidentally stumbled upon a group of books that support a theory I call “our little fake worldviews.
ThalerCass R. That aside, I did find the situations covered interesting and thought provoking. Thaler, and Cass R. I’m not sure who quoted, who, though, or which books even. This book teaches you how to identify your smallest viable audience; draw on the right signals and signs to position your offering; build trust and permission with your target market; speak to the narratives your audience tells themselves about status, affiliation, and dominance; spot opportunities to create and release tension; and give people the tools to achieve their goals.