The Art of Thinking Clearly
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The Art Of Thinking Clearly, written by Rolf Dobelli, lists the major flaws in the thinking process of humans. Summary Of The Book Human beings are supposed to be rational creatures, capable of highly analytical thinking. Decision making involves seeing all the aspects of the matter clearly and arriving at the optimal solution. However, this doesn't always happen. Most people regret a lot of decisions they have taken, whether it is about their career or about backing the wrong horse. The Art Of Thinking Clearly says the reason for this is that human thought is influenced by so many factors. The mental process of each person is swayed by many beliefs, fallacies, and illusions. Why do people continue indulging in bad habits even when they know it is not good for them? What factor convinces the mind that 98% fat free is better than 1% fat? People let many external influences cloud their thinking. Long held beliefs, the voice of authority figures, oft-repeated statements, personal biases, all these and more contribute to the confusion. This book examines many such influences that cloud human thinking. It is divided into 99 short chapters, each chapter discussing a distinct fallacy, illusion, bias or anomaly. Recognizing these errors is the first step towards thinking clearly and making better decisions. This book shows many of the common tendencies and beliefs that cloud judgement. Why do people think ownership increases the value of an object, and why do people tend to take credit for their success, but blame failure on other factors? The content of The Art Of Thinking Clearly originally appeared as newspaper columns, and the book is a compilation of those features. The short and concise chapters clearly discuss 99 flaws in thinking that prevent people from seeing things clearly and subvert their perceptions. The book helps the readers spot and clear the dust and cobwebs that clutter the mind and thus leaves it fresh and free to get clear perspectives on situations, and allows it to arrive at better decisions. About Rolf Dobelli Rolf Dobelli is a Swiss entrepreneur and author. He is also the author of Who am I?, Turbulence, and What do you do for a Living?. Rolf Dobelli has an MBA and a Ph.D in Economic Philosophy. His books deal with the themes of success and randomness.

“The Art of Thinking Clearly” is written in simple language. Its excellent story line helps in making important decisions of life. The book contains 99 short chapters that will help in judging the common mistakes made by the people and they learn how to avoid them.

Have you ever:

  • Invested time in something that, with hindsight, just wasn't worth it?
  • Continued doing something you knew was bad for you?
  • Taken credit for success, but blamed failure on external circumstances?

These are few examples of cognitive biases, simple errors we all make in our day-to-day thinking. What’s important is to spot these errors and omit them to make better choices. The book will teach you what all common mistakes a person do in his daily routine and how to avoid those mistakes. Start judging your mistakes and life will go simple. Amazon India offers this book at reasonable rates.

About the author:

The Art of Thinking Clearly is written by Rolf Dobelli. He has done his MBA from the University of St. Gallen. Originally a novelist, he has been acknowledged as the “self-help guru the Germans love” by The Times. Co-founder of a Swiss-US-based corporation called get Abstract that was founded in the year 1999. He is best known for The Art of Thinking Clearly, first released in 2011, which received a lot of recognition in Switzerland and Germany.

AuthorRolf Dobelli
BindingHardcover
EAN9781444759549
EditionLatest Edition
ISBN144475954X
Height709 mm
Length472 mm
Width118 mm
Weight57 g
LanguageEnglish
Language TypePublished
Number Of Pages336
Package Quantity21
Product GroupBook
Publication Date2013-03-28
PublisherHodder And Stoughton
StudioHodder And Stoughton
UPC884684152695
Sales Rank249

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  • The author associated with The Art of Thinking Clearly is Rolf Dobelli.
  • The EAN for The Art of Thinking Clearly is 9781444759549.
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  • The ISBN for The Art of Thinking Clearly is 144475954X.
  • The height for The Art of Thinking Clearly is 709 mm.
  • The length for The Art of Thinking Clearly is 472 mm.
  • The width for The Art of Thinking Clearly is 118 mm.
  • The weight for The Art of Thinking Clearly is 57 g.
  • The language for The Art of Thinking Clearly is English.
  • The binding of The Art of Thinking Clearly is Hardcover.
  • The number of pages for The Art of Thinking Clearly are 336.
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  • The publication date for The Art of Thinking Clearly is 2013-03-28.
  • The publisher for The Art of Thinking Clearly is Hodder And Stoughton.
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