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Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
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bookshelves: half-read
Recommended for: arun

I read a bit of it. Then i found it awefully similar to the other books like Blink, Don't Blink or You'll Freak Out, Freakonometrics, 10,000 hrs, 127 hrs, Outliers, Liars Power of Habit,.....All of which basically tell you this 'work hard you sucker'.
Why dont you just pay me to call you everyday and tell you that? Don't give 'em your money, mister! Don't give 'em your money. They come to steal your bills--deceit! They come to tell you, you don't know anything and they're here to tell you how to live! How dare you fall for that?
Imma gonna publish a book "The Power of Failure" and tell you straight up your insecure nose son, You ain't got no talent till you've tried so hard you've lost so much, that one day you'll emerge victorious because you learnt something from the failure. And what im not going to tell you. son? Im not going to tell you that its just probability. You won because of sheer luck. You won because you maybe were the only one in that race to the finish.

Now go about your life. Work hard, it'll all fall into place, whereever it had to. You don't need no thinking fast, slow or express.


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Reading Progress

Started Reading
January 1, 2015 – Finished Reading
August 21, 2015 – Shelved as: to-read
August 21, 2015 – Shelved
December 13, 2015 – Shelved as: half-read

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