thinking fast and slow (system 1 and 2) by daniel kahneman
Behavioural Economics, Leadership Development, Personal Development

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

Today’s Big Idea comes from Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman and his international bestseller “Thinking, Fast and Slow”.

In the book, he explores the way in which the mind makes decisions and judgments. He does this by addressing the complexity of the human mind.

The book offers a better understanding of how decisions are made, why certain judgment errors are so common and how we can improve ourselves.

In this week’s video we will focus on what he calls the ‘two main characters of the human mind’:

  • The impulsive automatic, intuitive ‘System 1’
  • and the thoughtful, deliberate calculating ‘System 2’.

As these two systems play off against each other their interactions determine how we think, make judgements and act.

I highly recommend reading the book however should you not have time for that right now, check out our Bouillon Cube summary by clicking the link below.

I hope you will enjoy the video. That it will inspire you, help you Grow your Mind and Motivate You to be The Best You!

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This is our Bouillon Cube summary of the book. As always we highly recommend reading the whole book. You can buy it by clicking this link.

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