Cognitive Biases: A Fascinating Look Into Human Psychology and What You Can Do to Avoid Cognitive Dissonance, Improve Your Problem-Solving Skills, and Make Better Decisions

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Primasta, Jul 10, 2020 - Business & Economics - 114 pages

Have you thought about developing your thinking skills? Do you want to stop making bad decisions or letting biases or emotions get in the way?

Then you've come to the right place.

Are you fed up with not being able to make the right call when under pressure?

Is it time to admit that you need to ditch your terrible decision-making skills and learn something that really does work?

If the answer is "Yes " then this is the book for you.

It comes down to this: being able to think logically really isn't that hard, whether you have enrolled in various training programs or not.

You might be surprised to learn that it is even easier than you imagine.

In this book, I will show you various scientific studies and research that explain exactly how human minds work and how you can improve your problem-solving and thinking skills.

This means that you can become a more objective thinker without wasting too much time and money.

Here's just some of what you will learn:

  • 10 shocking truths about how humans think.
  • The 20 most common cognitive biases to watch out for.
  • 4 ways to beat your own biases.
  • How our beliefs influence our thoughts, behaviors, and actions.
  • 10 mind hacks to be a better thinker.
  • How to sharpen your logical thinking skills.
  • And much more

Stop and think for a minute how you will feel when you unlock the secrets to the mind. What will your friends and family think when you always make great decisions?

It doesn't matter if you are someone who has always made impulsive decisions-you can still gain massive improvement in your thinking capabilities and learn how to make better decisions. It's true

And if you truly want to be free from bias and become an objective thinker, then scroll up and click "Add to Cart."

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