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

Black Box Thinking

Authors: Matthew Syed,

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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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Year of Yes

Authors: Shonda Rhimes,

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Shonda Rhimes is the mother of three and the producer of three groundbreaking TV shows (including Grey’s Anatomy!). Year of Yes is the story of how she overcame anxiety, forced herself to go out and explore the world despite being an introvert, how she accepted all of life’s challenges and fell in love with her authentic self.

Decisive

Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work

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The decisions we make are often affected by our biases, confidence, and emotions. The brain is an extraordinary organ but when presented with an opportunity to make a decision, it becomes pretty useless on its own. In Decisive, the Heath brothers use extensive research and answer the questions that plague our mind during the burdensome task of decision-making.

The Slight Edge

The Slight Edge

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Unlike other self-help books that give you strategies you must learn, The Slight Edge is a book that helps you achieve the results you want with what you are equipped with already. Olson influences your mindset so you can start working on making your dream a reality, by small changes to your daily activities and using only what you already have within you.