If you had enjoyed reading The Art of Thinking Clearly and found it useful to apply to your finances and daily life, you will definitely love The Art of the Good Life by Rolf Dobelli
Despite the best of intentions, we can't help but make systematic errors when it comes to making decisions, assessing risks and tradeoffs. Such biases or thinking traps are known as “cognitive errors", which are systematic deviation from logical, rational thinking and behavior. If you want to know how to recognize and minimize these “thinking errors”,
I had summarised the shortcuts to make better decisions and have a better life
Some questions to ponder over:
- What does it mean to live a good life?