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The Art of Thinking Clearly: Better Thinking, Better Decisions

ebook / ISBN-13: 9781444759556

Price: £9.99

ON SALE: 11th April 2013

Genre: Economics, Finance, Business & Management


‘This book will change the way you think’ Dan Goldstein, London Business School

Have you ever… Invested time in something that, with hindsight, just wasn’t worth it? Overpaid in an Ebay auction? Continued doing something you knew was bad for you? Backed the wrong horse?

THE ART OF THINKING CLEARLY is essential reading for anyone with important decisions to make. It reveals, in 100 short chapters, the most common errors of judgement, and how to avoid them. Simple, clear and always surprising, this indispensable book will change the way you think and transform your decision-making – at work, at home, every day.



No wonder this book has been a sensation in Europe. Dobelli examines our most common decision-making failings with engaging eloquence and describes how to counter them with instructive good sense.
Robert Cialdini
This book will change the way you think
Dan Goldstein, London Business School
This book provides a truly fresh perspective. It is intelligent, informative and witty. Rolf Dobelli's clear prose illuminates how we think.
Cristoph Franz, Global Ceo, Lufthansa Airlines
A treat - highly relevant, scientifically grounded and beautifully written.
Claudio Feser, CEO McKinsey Switzerland
A fireworks show of insights into how our minds work.
Iris Bohnet, Harvard Kennedy School
A Swiss novelist and successful entrepreneur reveals the secrets of perfect decision making.
Marie Claire
This little gem...has already been a sell-out success in Europe and it's likely to be the same here.
Evening Standard
It's one of the most readable, entertaining volumes on systematic cognitive errors you are ever likely to need. You don't know what a systematic cognitive error is? You should read this book.
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