The author of this book essentially provides us with creative simple and effective ways to ‘think outside the box’. Behaving irrationally is part of human nature, the author goes into this topic further.As humans we do not make decisions that are economically rational, rather our behaviors are ruled by emotional and psychological states.This book by Jennifer Wilson gives us a great introduction to the world of critical thinking.
This book highlights these points and provides discussion on why and how this is the case.
If your looking for a book that will push you towards a life change, or even just to give you a new perspective on things then ‘Critical Thinking: Proven Strategies To Improve Decision Making Skills, Increase Intuition And Think Smarter’ is a good choice for you.
One really good way to develop those skills is through reading books on critical thinking.
In this post, we look at the top 10 books on critical thinking.
Thinking fast and slow is a New York Times bestseller and has achieved a number of awards including the national academy of sciences best book award 2012, A Globe and Mail Best Books of the Year 2011 Title, and many others.
The reasons for the book’s popularity is that it is actually an astounding book that really does force us to think more rationally.Another one of the best books on critical thinking.The 5 elements of critical thinking is a guide on how to effectively become more successful through better thinking. Burger, who comes from a mathematical background, provides us with lively, practical and inspiring ways to achieve this.The author references interesting studies that further illustrate his point.One negative about this book is that sometimes it doesn’t get to the point as quickly as you would like.Therefore, improving your critical thinking skills should be a priority for everyone.Critical thinking means making logical and reasoned judgment based on analysis and facts.As you can guess from the title the book is based on the idea of thinking fast, and slow.By being aware of these two systems our minds have we can, in turn, become more effective thinkers.This book is very well written and enlightening, The author really does know how to gain and keep your attention throughout the book, which of course is just as important as content.Speaking of content, the book covers a vast range of topics which makes it well worth its price.