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I’m a huge fan of Farnam Street and Shane’s work, which is perhaps why I was a little disappointed by this book. I didn’t think it was quite as clear or as actionable as it could have been.
That said, it is still a useful book for framing the biases which affect how we think, and how to make better decisions. In fact, I think the section on decision-making is the most useful part of the book, though there are lots of tidbits throughout that are useful.
In short, clear thinking and decision-making is about understanding the forces that affect how we think, and implementing processes and safeguards to help us default to the right path.
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