Thinking, Fast and Slow: A Complete Summary.
If we want to do something in the best possible way, the first thing we need to do is understand what we are dealing with and what we want to do.
Thinking, Fast and Slow is a book in which readers can find much useful advice regarding this matter.
The way we think plays tremendous role in how we live our lives, how we will react to different situations, how (the way) we communicate with others, how we make decisions, and how we solve our problems – all of this is deeply rooted in the way we think.
The author, Daniel Kahneman, writes about the way the human brain works and divides it into two sections, which when combined, create a perfect whole.
Thinking, Fast and Slow is written so that its readers can make better decisions.
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Always good to think about how I want to be. Great insights for work and personal life. Faster to read than a long drawn out version. However absorbing these concepts cannot be rushed. It Is a lot of common sense but its good to be reminded of these points.
Summary - Thinking, Fast and Slow:: By Danie Kahneman is a great read. There are five parts and 38 chapters.
As I immediately skimmed this book, my mind loaded with astute and smart perceptions and reactions. Be that as it may, when I backed off to think about it deliberately I understood that it extensively and precisely caught an entire region of subjective science, and that I had nothing more to include.
I wanted to learn more about Summary and my cousin recommended me this book. This guide is about the psychology of a human mind. This book explains the connection between our retional thinking, our intuition and our behaviour. By using short and precise definitions and explanations, the author writes about the importance of understanding why both thinking fast and slow is equally important for us. I found this book very interesting and useful. It is written in the simple language and easy to understand. I liked this book very much and highly recommend it for those who need such type of information. It is worth reading.