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Clear Thinking

Turning Ordinary Moments into Extraordinary Results

Gebonden Engels 2023 9781529915945
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A roadmap for thinking clearly in any situation

We all aspire to see the world clearly. And yet all too often, when the pressure is on, we give in to our most irrational impulses - making intuitive decisions that take us ever-further from our goals.

In Clear Thinking, Shane Parrish - 'the former spy who helps Wall Street mavens think smarter' (New York Times) - explains how to think clearly in any situation. He shows that the path to clear thinking lies not in the most high-stakes decisions, but in the most ordinary moments - from how we start our mornings to how we approach our daily conversations. And he uses stories, mental models, and psychological insights to offers a transformative method for seeing through our biases and understanding what's really happening - however day-to-day or high stakes the situation.

The result is a must-have manual for optimizing decision-making, gaining competitive advantage, and living intentionally. It will clear your head and transform your life.

'An indispensable guide' - James Clear, author of Atomic Habits
'A game-changer' - Morgan Housel, author of The Psychology of Money
'A must-read' - Mark Manson, author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck
'A masterwork' - Ryan Holiday, author of The Daily Stoic


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Over Shane Parrish

Shane Parrish werkte bij de Canadese geheime dienst en is de oprichter, curator en drijvende kracht achter de succesvolle weblog Farnam Street. Voor zijn podcast The Knowledge Project sprak hij met grootheden als Daniel Kahneman, Robert Cialdini en Ryan Holiday. Daarnaast is hij een van de bekendste adviseurs van Wall Street-firma’s.

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