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    Category: Psychology

    The Miracles of Your Mind Summary

    The Miracles of Your Mind Summary

    15 min read ⌚ Did you like The Power of Your Subconscious Mind? If so, be ready for a treat! Joseph Murphy expands on his theory that “that the latent powers inherent in our subconscious can improve our lives” in yet another book: The Miracles of Your Mind. Who Should Read “The Miracles of Your Mind”? […]

    The Art of Mental Training Summary

    The Art of Mental Training Summary

    12 min read ⌚ A Guide to Performance Excellence Have you ever felt like you should be able to achieve more than you are achieving? Have you ever felt like your results don’t do justice to your skills or dedication? You might be lacking a lesson or two of something which is often overlooked, but just […]

    The Inner Game of Tennis Summary

    The Inner Game of Tennis Summary

    9 min read ⌚ Quick Summary: “The Inner Game of Tennis” by Timothy Gallwey is the book which shifted the focus from the necessity of further mastering your outer game (winning against your opponent) to getting the upper hand in the inner game first (winning against your self). Gallwey explains the psychology behind this shift and […]

    Everything is Obvious Summary

    Everything is Obvious Summary

    17 min read ⌚ Quick Summary: “Everything is Obvious” by Duncan Watts is a thorough investigation into the nature of practical judgments and the shared mechanisms which usually help us make them, i.e., common sense. Drawing on the latest scientific research and numerous examples, the book reveals that we know far less about the world than […]

    Through the Language Glass Summary

    Through the Language Glass Summary

    15 min read ⌚ Quick Summary: “Through the Language Glass” by Guy Deutscher separates fact from fiction in a burgeoning, but rather controversial field: linguistic relativity. In addition to sketching out a brief history of the research done in the area, Deutscher’s book recalls hundreds of experiments which show why, how and to what extent language […]

    The (Honest) Truth About Dishonesty Summary

    The (Honest) Truth About Dishonesty Summary

    12 min read ⌚ Quick Summary: “Amusing Ourselves to Death” explores whether Aldous Huxley’s fictional and dystopian vision of the future described in Brave New World hasn’t already turned into the reality of our TV-dominated and image-centered present. Spoiler alert: it has, and TV and reality shows are our pleasure drugs, our very own soma. Who […]

    The Upside of Irrationality Summary

    The Upside of Irrationality Summary

    Quick Summary: The Upside of Irrationality is the second book by social scientist Dan Ariely, and it is a fitting follow-up to his first book, Predictably Irrational: if in his debut Ariely revealed the preprogrammed biases which instigate us to make unwise choices, here he shows the unexpected benefits (and, sometimes, downsides) of these decisions.

    Enlightenment Now PDF Summary

    Enlightenment Now PDF Summary

    15 min read ⌚ The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress Did you enjoy Steven Pinker’s The Better Angels of Our Nature? If so, then wait till you get to know with its follow-up: Enlightenment Now. Who Should Read “Enlightenment Now”? And Why? Let us answer these questions with a question: why wouldn’t you read […]

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