Author Malcolm Gladwell already introduced us to the magic spark that ignites big change in his bestselling book The Tipping Point. Now in Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking, Gladwell helps us grasp the complex nature behind decision making. In a world full of small and big, minor and massive decisions, it’s important to dissect and understand the important factors that are a part of any kind of life decision.
With every decision comes a number of concerns and worries, but also the promise of opportunity. Since some decisions may seem insignificant and small, we offhandedly choose one path over another even though that one decision may possibly lead to unexpected results or a chain reaction of other decisions to be made. Some people seem to have a knack for making decisions – whether they follow their gut or a precise plan of action – while others seems to make the wrong decision every time. In Blink, Gladwell breaks down the way the brain makes decisions, thanks to a series of experts and examples. From experts in antiques to psychology, Gladwell points out the real-life thought leaders in decision making and shows us exactly how they can pick out the key elements of making any decision.
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Author: Malcolm Gladwell
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