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    Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ð Rolf Dobelli PDF or EPUB Die Kunst des klaren Denkens 52 Denkfehler die Sie besser anderen überlassen Ê Rolf Dobelli Rolf Dobelli ð 2 Review Nice packaging and design may give this book an aura of credibility They certainly worked; I skimmed a few pages of it and bought it thinking I would learn important lessons that I wouldn't get from other books about critical thinking Alas that won't be the case since the book reads like bull in a china shop; Dobelli mass

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    Characters Die Kunst des klaren Denkens 52 Denkfehler die Sie besser anderen überlassen Rolf Dobelli ð 2 Review Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ð Rolf Dobelli If you had lots of time and interest in becoming aware of your cognitive biases you should read Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely everything by Steven Pinker Fooled by Randomness and The Black Swan by Nassim Taleb and others But since not everyone has the time and interest instead read The Art of Thinking Clearly This book has 99 short chapters all of them are almost exactl

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    PDF or EPUB Die Kunst des klaren Denkens 52 Denkfehler die Sie besser anderen überlassen Ê Rolf Dobelli PLAGARISMIt can be useful as a starting point for a list of cognitive biases However it is mere plagarism of other textsDobelli uses examples ta

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    PDF or EPUB Die Kunst des klaren Denkens 52 Denkfehler die Sie besser anderen überlassen Ê Rolf Dobelli Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ð Rolf Dobelli Rolf Dobelli ð 2 Review My learning from the book1 Never underestimate the hard work and lower probability of success just because we a

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    PDF or EPUB Die Kunst des klaren Denkens 52 Denkfehler die Sie besser anderen überlassen Ê Rolf Dobelli This book is the dead tree euivalent of a BuzzFeed post Its title could be “I Got 99 Cognitive Biases But a Psychology Degree Ain’t One” Or maybe notRolf Dobelli enumerates 99 thinking errors or cognitive bia

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    PDF or EPUB Die Kunst des klaren Denkens 52 Denkfehler die Sie besser anderen überlassen Ê Rolf Dobelli Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ð Rolf Dobelli If you're looking for a book to help you get ahead or improve you as a human being don't look here; but if like me you want to see how a book of such reputation with no scientific ground or even much common sense can be so popular among some people get this book and start readingI tried not to include any spoilers so read with peace of mind

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    Characters Die Kunst des klaren Denkens 52 Denkfehler die Sie besser anderen überlassen Free read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ð Rolf Dobelli Rolf Dobelli ð 2 Review I bought this book just because I saw Taleb eulogizing the book right on the book cover and so I fell for it If you have read The Black Swan The Impact of the Highly Improbable by Nassim Nicholas Taleb then I would

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    PDF or EPUB Die Kunst des klaren Denkens 52 Denkfehler die Sie besser anderen überlassen Ê Rolf Dobelli FYI I won this book from goodreads Giveaways but that in no way influenced my reviewThe Art of Thinking Clearly presents a bunch of anecdotal evidence to support commonly known fallacies in logical thinking You know that hindsight is 2020 we cling to our narratives and think we'll be like the models in makeup ads if only we buy thei

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    PDF or EPUB Die Kunst des klaren Denkens 52 Denkfehler die Sie besser anderen überlassen Ê Rolf Dobelli It's a PLAGIARIZED anthology of cognitive errors The biases it presents are mostly well summarized from a series of books f

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    PDF or EPUB Die Kunst des klaren Denkens 52 Denkfehler die Sie besser anderen überlassen Ê Rolf Dobelli Absolutely In love with this books I fulfils its title A good way of reading it would be highlighting the clearest example

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Aviation Logistics: The Dynamic Partnership of Air Freight and Supply Chain eAbsolutely In love with this books I fulfils its title A good way of reading it would be highlighting the clearestxample in R High Performance Programming each fallacy in addition to the conclusion I would say at thend sit down with a pen and paper and try to apply ach to your life to consolidate the learning make a list of all and in important decisions make sure they are rror free A passage from the Scala for Java Developers epilogue Even highly intelligent people fall to the same cognitive traps Likewiserrors are not randomly distributed We systematically rr in the same direction That makes our mistakes predictable and thus fixable to a degree but only to a degree never completely FYI I won this only to a degree never completely FYI I won this from goodreads Giveaways but that in no way influenced my reviewThe Art of Thinking Clearly presents a bunch of anecdotal vidence to support commonly known fallacies in logical thinking You know that hindsight is 2020 we cling to our narratives and think we ll be like the models in makeup ads if only we buy their product plus a bunch of other semi obvious ways in which we Vermeer to Eternity end up making bad decisions or poorly rationalized flukes that still turn out okay This book might be the reminder you need to think critically about what assumptions and misconceptions you are basing your decisions on However if you re already a critical thinker you probably won t learn too much from this book Also it doesn t really seem academically researchednough to be otherwise worthwhile If it was humorous it would at least make the obviousness palatable To its benefit you will almost definitely find at least one logical fallacy within that applies to you personally the Oh I didn t realize it but I definitely do That Moment And I Suppose There S moment and I suppose there s chance that it may make a huge difference in your life Also it s a pretty uick read with separate chapters a page or two for Heaven to Betsy each fallacy So readers who prefer informational shorts over long form compositions will appreciate the format If you re looking for a book to help you get ahead or improve you as a human being don t look here but if like me you want to see how a book of such reputation with no scientific ground orven much common sense can be so popular among some people get this book and start readingI tried not to include any spoilers so read with peace of mind if you have it in your to read listThe fact that this is a terrible book became known to me very arly in the book however I decided to keep reading and finish the book mainly for this reason plus interest in some of the short stories in there One thing that this book had for me was a short list of some useful books to get to once I m done with this oneThere s tons wrong with this book and I don t want you to have to read 5 pages here so let s just get to a few major reasons and move on1 My main issue is the writer himself read a few of the pages and you soon come to understand that Rolf Dobelli doesn t know what he s talking about at all He doesn t have any Rolf Dobelli doesn t know what he s talking about at all He doesn t have any knowledge to offer and he doesn t ven offer a better way to understand already known knowledge regardless of how much he tries2 Cynicism is present all over the book while that might be nice for a pessimist it definitely isn t for an optimist like me not Cabaret even for non pessimists all over the world I could understand this if that cynicism was at the very least standing on some facts butven that is not the case3 Plagiarism if you looked at other reviews you already know this. In ngaging prose and with practical xamples and anecdotes an ye opening look at human reasoning and ssential reading for anyone with important decisions to makeHave you ver• Invested time in something that with hindsight just wasn't worth it• Overpayed in an Ebay auction• Continued doing something you knew was bad for you• Sold stocks too. Ry in the mind of the investor Dis confirming vidence must be seeked out to beat this theory g what is next in the seuence 2 4 6 must be seeked out to beat this theory g what is next in the seuence 2 4 6 3 Calamity of Conformity If you The Bookshop on the Shore ever find yourself in a tight unanimous group you must speak your mindven if your team does not like it ven if it means risking expulsion from the warm nestand if you lead from the warm nestAnd if you lead group appoint someone as devil s advocate He or she will not be the most popular member of the team but definitely the most important4 Induction Send an mail to 10000 people with stock market prediction by dividing them into 2 groups telling reverse prediction to The Art of Memoir each group Prediction for one of the groups will come true Send a new prediction to the 5000 whom you predicted correctlyarlier again after dividing them into 2 groupscarry on like this and the last 100 would consider you as a genius People get inducted into a decision based on history without thinking logically5 Loss Aversion The fear of losing something motivates people than the prospect of gaining something of ual value6 When it comes to compounding don t trust your intuition you have no idea how powerful it is7 It is not what you say but how you say that s important 98% Fat Free product seems healthy than a product with 1% Fat8 If you are not a part of the solution you are definitely a part of the problem There is no 3rd category of passive onlookers9 Follow your passion ven if you have to do away with part of your income for that10 Whenever you are dealing with averages be careful of the distribution behind it A Bill Gates monthly income in a group of 50 ordinary citizens can give an xtremely misleading average11 Money does not always motivate It works as a motivation only in companies where mployees work for only money12 Money comes wrapped in motions Monet won incidentally as against arned through hard work is likely to be spent PostgreSQL Server Programming - Second Edition erratically though it is illogical because the money is the same This can be prevented if you have a clear financial plan with you13 Self Control drains yournergy and therefore you need a lot of Integrity Restored: Helping Catholic Families Win the Battle Against Pornography energy if you want toxercise self control14 Presence of something is noticeable and valued than its absence The Taste of Night (Signs of the Zodiac, eg presence of disease than its absence OR getting off a plane and not noticing that it did not crash15 NEWS is to mind what sugar is to body appetizingasy to digest and highly destructive in the ling run If you had lots of time and interest in becoming aware of your cognitive biases you should read Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely verything by Steven Pinker Fooled by Randomness and The Black Swan by Nassim Taleb and others But since not veryone has the time and interest instead read The Art of Thinking Clearly This book has 99 short chapters all of them are almost xactly 25 pages that cover the major hiccups in our thinking process A book like this is so much better than any self help book or positive thinkinginspirational fluff Metacognition thinking about how we think is underrated Learning about biases and heuristics is so important that I am going to push this on my kids when they are a little older Only bad thing about this book he didn t need 99 biasessyndromes Some were similar nough they could have been combined If people just learned the top 20 they would be in better shape By including so many some of the important ones got lost in the lesser known and lesser xperienced ones. S negotiation; trying to save money or make money; working out what we do or don't want in life and how best to get itSimple clear and always surprising this indispensable book will change the way you think and transform your decision making work at home very day It reveals in 99 short chapters the most common rrors of judgment and how to avoid them.

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Die Kunst des klaren Denkens 52 Denkfehler die Sie besser anderen überlassenOne Fortunately I ve checked out Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman a long time ago and could see a lot of the places where Rolf Dobelli used Daniel s xamples and researches throughout the book without ven slightest pointer to him or his best selling book that s a big NO in my book This reason is nough for me to blacklist the writer for life Not to mention the long list of stealing that he did from Nassim Taleb just google it to see what I m talking about4 Lots of the data in the book is incorrect and gladly we have math and science to back us up on this My biggest uestion at these points was How this guy can be AN INVESTOR AND WORK WITH MONEY investor and work with money he doesn t Hannah Montana: The Movie even understand simplest statistics and how someone must use math5 And probably the most clear one tovery reader the writer is a hypocrite He uses at least half a dozen of methods that he xplicitly orders you yes order not suggest or recommend not to use ver While this is clear at some points in the book unfortunately some people find a way to overlook it I could refer to 40 or 45 pages specifically and show you the problems I had with this book in details but then no one would read this review and so this couldn t help anyone avoid it or be clear nough before reading it so I decided to just point to a few generic and major issues and not talk too specifically hereWhy I didn t rate the book 1 star then Well the book has a list of rrors 99 to be xact and while I don t agree with about half of them the list can still be useful for you maybe you can t get the reuired information for ach Cardiovascular Pet: Current Concepts error in this mostly stolen book but it gives you a starting point to follow from other books like Daniel Kahneman s book and start using those points in your life Just make sure you apply that final step before changing anything in your life based on this bookThe book also had a couple of interesting short stories and pointers that I could use as clues and find about later on I wrote all of them on a small piece of paper and will get to at some pointI guess you have 2 options if you re interested in this book first of all you could read the full book but close off your mind and make sure you don t treat this pile of information as correct until you spent uite some time filtering it and secondly you could just look at the list of topics at the beginning of the book and see which ones you can agree with at that very moment and then jump to thend of the book and check the resources and start reading the resources instead of the book itself to get to those interesting topics after all the writer didn t have anything useful to add hereI personally don t see the time I put to read this book as wasted in fact I see it as investment into better filter wrong info in my journey and also to understand better the people that base their life on such books as I believe I can do that a little bit better than before I started reading thisThank you for spending time reading my review will see you on the next book 2 1 2 My learning from the spending time reading my review will see you on the next book 2 1 2 My learning from the Never underestimate the hard work and lower probability of success just because we are shown successful people than many actual failures2 Confirmation bias is the mother of all misconceptions It is a tendency to interpret new information so that it becomes compatible with our xisting theories Warren Buffet has seen people losing money with this because they ignore facts which contradict the theo. Late or too arly• Taken credit for success but blamed failure on A Companion to Peter Martyr Vermigli external circumstances• Backed the wrong horseThese arexamples of cognitive biases simple The Best Four Years: How to Survive and Thrive in College (and Life) errors we all make in our day to day thinking But by knowing what they are and how to spot them we can avoid them and make better choices whether dealing with a personal problem or a busines.