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The Art of Thinking Clearly: Overcome Cognitive Biases and Make Better Decisions!

#TheArtOfThinkingClearly #BookReview #CriticalThinking #DecisionMaking #CognitiveBiases #LogicalFallacies #SelfImprovement   I just finished reading this fantastic book called The Art of Thinking Clearly by RolfDobelli , and let me tell you, it's a total game-changer. I mean, seriously, this book really got me thinking (pun intended) about how our minds work and the decisions we make. It's like having a personal guide to help us navigate the maze of cognitive biases and logical fallacies that often trip us up. First things first, what I absolutely loved about The Art of Thinking Clearly is that it's not some boring, theoretical lecture. No way! Dobelli takes us on a journey through 99 short chapters, each diving into a different cognitive bias or logical fallacy. And let me tell you, it's mind-blowing how many of these sneaky biases can mess with our decision-making abilities. But fear not, my friends, because Dobelli doesn't just leave us hanging there. He

Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before?: A Helpful and Insightful Guide to Mental Health!

  WhyHas Nobody Told Me This Before? is a life-changing masterpiece penned by the brilliant British clinical psychologist, Julie Smith. Her compelling book offers invaluable insights into mental health, providing readers with practical advice on how to tackle anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, and relationships. I must say, I was blown away by the book's eloquent and engaging writing style. Smith's words were like a breath of fresh air, providing me with a renewed sense of hope and empowerment. Her down-to-earth approach, coupled with her compassionate outlook on life, really resonated with me. What I found most refreshing about Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before? is that it's not just a book about fixing problems. Smith emphasizes the importance of self-compassion and self-acceptance, reminding readers that it's okay to make mistakes and that everyone struggles sometimes. This message of hope and resilience is incredibly empowering, and it helped me to appro