Black Box Thinking: Why Some People Never Learn from Their Mistakes – But Some Do

Black Box Thinking

Authors: Matthew Syed,

In the United States, every year over 400,000 deaths are caused by avoidable medical errors. That should prove how frequently even the most professional people make errors. Matthew Syed shows that while mistakes are inevitable, it is possible to avoid them repeating. This book will help show you how.

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Principles: Life and Work

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Ray Dalio started as a boy from a middle-class family in Long Island and went on to become one of the 100 most influential people of the Time magazine. He believes everything in life, from management to economics, follows principles than can be learned and mastered. In Principles, he teaches you the art of innovation, team-building and effective decision-making.

Excuses Begone!

Excuses Begone!: How to Change Lifelong, Self-Defeating Thinking Habits

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Excuses are endless. If it isn’t being too old or too young, it’s about family drama or lack of money to live the life of your dreams. In this book, Dr. Dyer uncovers all the causes for these excuses and guides you towards the best part of your life. His advice will take you closer to the life of your dreams.