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I feel like I wasted a credit and precious hours of my time listening to this book.

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A hot title for libertarians who want to do good How many economists can you invite to a dinner party without spoiling it for everyone else? A good book but not exceptional The book started with a number of well known discoveries by behavioral economists and a couple of hours in I was concerned that it would simply retell “Thinking Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman.

In just a fraction of that time, one species among countless others has conquered it. The reason, the authors explain, is that, being human, we are all susceptible to various biases that can lead us to blunder.

Ray Dalio Narrated by: It has some good points but overall it’s awful to listen to and badly structured. The connection to the first section is that, if people are “nudged” in the right direction by subtle manipulationthe public at large can be pushed in a direction that benefits both nuge individual and society as a whole. Awfully awfully long I actually agree generally with the positions the authors advocate; but the book is way too long, making it very difficult to sit through in the audiobook format.

These three Great Nuudge contradict basic psychological principles about well-being as well as ancient wisdom from many cultures.

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I like the idea of nudging for some investment security and I like the idea of nudging where safety is concerned.

Less familiar to most people is the second half of this biblical story – what happens after Jonah is released from the belly of the fish.


This book teaches you how to identify your smallest viable audience; draw on the right signals and signs to position your offering; build trust and permission with your target market; speak to the narratives your audience tells themselves about status, affiliation, and dominance; spot opportunities to create and release tension; and give people the tools to achieve their goals.

Unfortunately, we often choose poorly.

I cannot recommend this book What did you like best about Nudge? However, if you don’t actually have investments, stock, or retirement plans at work, you can just skip the second half of the book. He knows that real change comes from the compound effect of hundreds of small decisions – doing two push-ups a day, waking up five minutes early or holding a single short phone call.

Behavioural economist and New York Times best-selling author of Predictably Irrational Dan Ariely returns to offer a much-needed take on the irrational decisions that influence our dating lives, our workplace experiences, and our general behaviour, up close and personal.

What can we do about the epidemic of fake news or the threat of terrorism? Nudge Not my favourite book, in fact It has been a while since I have struggled to read gilan audible book like this bildan. If you are interested in this book because of its purported libertarian leanings, I would suggest something from Ron Paul instead.

It is tedious and boring.

Behavioural economics books are generally fascinating, but this one applies very few principles to endless obvious examples; the cover is the high point. I was really looking forward to this audiobook and it started off being quite promising. There is a PDF to download but I don’t intend to refer to that when I’m out walking or in the car – half way through a chapter it would audibly tell you it’s the next chapter – no effort to align the audible recording with the chapters – From a UK perspective, there is too much talk about US politics and policy that didn’t add value for me personally – The overall context possibly a mix of the tone of voice and language used was too much to listen to.


Read Dan Ariely instead. What makes us sapiens? I never made it that far to find out.

Seth Godin Narrated by: Always trust your feelings. You have to be quite interested in US pension rule I felt I had heard most of the key ideas by reading a selection of reviews. These basic value decisions occur constantly and drive the market. For example, if you can prime someone by asking the question in a certain way, you can skew the answers given to the question.

The first section of Nudge is very similar to the above books, being filled with interesting studies that show how little there actually is to “us.

People don’t notice when stuff goes right. Eventually I abandoned it. Why do smart people make irrational decisions every day?

What doesn’t kill you makes you weaker. It is fine, but the book was not, so its hard to be enthusiastic about his performance.

Get it free with day trial. Influence The Psychology of Persuasion By: However, an important and underreported conclusion of that study was that some experts do have real foresight.

This book is not so much about how an individual can make better decisions but how a government or a marketer can “architect” or present the choices so as to influence the “best” choice.

Most if not all were to support their political agenda. If you’re interested in this topic, I’d suggest the print format so you can skip ahead if you already have read anything about behavioral economics several chapters repeat basic stuff from the field or if you can “get it” after one or two examples and don’t particularly need to hear the third, and fourth, and fifth.

I didn’t hate it, but like other reviewers, found it lacked focus and was repetitive. In this breathtaking new audiobook, Michael Lewis tells the extraordinary story of a relationship that became a shared mind: