Authors: Leonard Mlodinow,
The polls, feedback surveys, and other responses we receive may not be as reliable as we like to think they are. In an easy-to-understand style, Mlodinow illustrates the impact chance, randomness and probability have on our lives. His insights will change how we see things and assist the reader in better decision-making in the future.
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Using interviews with legendary thinkers, and studies from psychology, neuroscience and even economics, DeSalvo establishes something very profound – what makes your brain happy, isn’t always what your brain needs the most. Not only does he provide proof for his argument, he also gives the reader practical tips to tackle the advanced needs of the brain while living a life with fewer errors and regrets.
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Using the story of Emily and Paul, David Rock teaches you to make the most of your brain resources. The story is realistic, with the characters’ lives being bombarded with endless phone calls, emails and other distractions. Using their example, Rock shows you how you can sort out your priorities and manage the distractions you face in your daily life.
Authors: Nicholas Carr,
The Internet has made the arduous task of finding information a seconds’ job. But it has also dampened our concentration skills and the ability to read and think. Nicholas Carr argues that while the internet helps us thrive in terms of speed and efficiency, it comes at the cost of our real intellectual capabilities.