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Jim Collins: Corporate Comparisons

Jim Collins has built an astonishingly successful career as an author, speaker and corporate commentator, on a simple methodology. Pick the best, compare them with the rest, and find differences in behaviours that appear to explain the causes. 933 more words

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Thinking Fast and Slow

Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman in his book Thinking Fast and Slow talks about System 1 and System 2 thinking. System 1 thinking is “fast, instinctive and emotional” while system 2 is “slower more deliberate and logical” 153 more words

Monday Motivation: The invisible gorilla

I’m reading Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking, Fast and Slow, at the moment, and came across a reference to an experiment I’d read about before. I’m sure you might also have heard of it. 721 more words

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Book Review - ‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’ by Daniel Kahneman

To an economist humans are rational, selfish, and their tastes do not change, however to a psychologist it is self-evident that people are neither fully rational nor completely selfish, and that their tastes are anything but stable. 924 more words

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Intuition: Friend or Foe?

Intuition:

n.  The ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning.

Intuition Is Your Enemy

Perhaps the greatest lesson I have learned from Daniel Kahneman’s work on decision-making is that we should be extremely skeptical of our intuitions.  

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Learning How to Think: "What You See Is All There Is"

The Problem

There is a severe problem in today’s society that forces you to pick sides. Whether it be sports or politics, society leaves little room for nuance and depth. 1,003 more words

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