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    EBOOK / KINDLE (Never Go with Your Gut) Author Gleb Tsipursky At first the title of the book compelled me to want to have an idea of why I should stop trusting my guts For me I was a bit biased because I for one have always trusted my guts in everything whether it failed me or NOT because I always believed in LUCK But then because I am the never uitting type when it comes to acuiring knowledge

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    EBOOK / KINDLE (Never Go with Your Gut) Author Gleb Tsipursky summary Never Go with Your Gut I find reading the book title “Never Go With Your Gut” ironic But as they say don’t judge a book by its cover Ironic in a sense that as humans we tend to be emotionally trusting our gut whenever we make dec

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  • Paperback
  • 224
  • Never Go with Your Gut
  • Gleb Tsipursky
  • English
  • 04 March 2018
  • 9781632651624

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Never Go with Your Gut review î 3 characters ¹ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Gleb Tsipursky For business leaders to “go with their guts” plays into these cognitive biases and leads to disastrous decisions that devastate the bottom line By combining practical case studies with cutting edge research Never Go With Your Gut will help you make the best decisions and prevent these business disastersThe leading expert on avoiding business disasters Dr Gleb Tsipursky draws on over 20 years of extensive consulting coaching and speaking. The book NEVER GO WITH YOUR GUT provides valuable information that gives individual a basis on how to come up with a wiser decision The future of the company as a whole depends on how business leaders decide Further this book teaches how to deal with the internal self in every situation that reuires decision makingI ve known a friend who tried to establish an investment group It is composed of five individuals who agreed to have a monthly due It was agreed that the dues are intended to invest in higher interest such as stocks and mutual funds At the beginning it turns out so well Until one day one of the members driven by gut decided to host a concert Confidently he assures the group that his proposal would earn much In the long run the event turns out to be losing and there were misunderstanding among the members which eventually lead the group into withdrawalShould the group had known this book the group would have a different perspective on how to put in place all the necessary things to be done particularly the attitude of handling a startup businessWhat surprises me in this book is that in every chapter contains information on how to process the self In fact for some reasons there are times that I am confused especially when the book provides a research where gut could be right However in my own point of view I would go for a systematize approach in decision making rather than following the gut feeling Further every time I feel gutsy I will consider it as a basis to evaluate and process situations before decision will be madeHaving limited resources on how to start a business is one of my problems My parents are not businessperson or my profession does not teach business In the book there are twelve techniues to address these issuesIdentify and make plan to address dangerous judgment errors should I be confronted with a risky situation where decision is necessary I would evaluate the situation examine every angle and possibilities consult expert if necessary to avoid unnecessary resultsDelay in decision making should I be so unsure I would spend some time to review all necessary factors before decidingMindfulness and meditation I will spend time to consider the people directly or indirectly involve in my decision I would spend time to meditate to energize my capacity to think criticallyProbabilistic thinking should unnecessary event will happen I would spend my time finding evidences on how or why things happenedMaking predictions about the future as a visionary it is important to make predictions about the future It includes changing attitude changing strategies eliminating traditionsConsidering alternative explanations and options should the behavior of the people around is unpleasant I would rather check what is behind reasonConsidering our past experience we learn from the past Should the experience lead us to prosper then continue Should it made us broke then move on and find new waysEvaluate the long term future and repeating scenarios our daily routine determines the outcome of our goal There is always the need to evaluate if there is a need to change of the routine to bring the company to a greater profitConsidering other people s point of view listening is the best way to learn Using an outside view to get an external perspective check and balance approach Consulting stakeholders is best method in setting direction to the companySetting a policy that guides your future self or your organization to avoid the risk of bankruptcy and abuse of employee or business partners setting policy is a best wayMaking a precommitment adaptability of other organizations that are helpful

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Never Go with Your Gut

Never Go with Your Gut review î 3 characters ¹ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Gleb Tsipursky Avoid terrible advice cognitive biases and poor decisions Want to avoid business disasters whether minor mishaps such as excessive team conflict or major calamities like those that threaten bankruptcy or doom a promising career Fortunately behavioral economics studies show that such disasters stem from poor decisions due to our faulty mental patterns what scholars call “cognitive biases” and are preventableUnfortunately the typical advice. Think Outside of your Cognitive Bias BoxGoing with your Gut or allowing your Cognitive Biases and emotional reactions to guide your business decisions is a bad idea This conclusion is based on scientific research in for example behavioral economics neuroscience and psychology However Dr Gleb Tsipursky also give a lot of real world examples that help you understand why These examples are interesting and entertaining stories that make the book fun to readI was aware of some well known cognitive biases such as confirmation bias when you look for information that confirms your belief and ignore information that contradicts the belief sunken cost bias when you fail to divest because you hope to regain the losses the Dunning Kruger effect when people with limited knowledge greatly overestimate their own understanding In this book Dr Gleb Tsipursky describes than 30 different kind of cognitive bias and how to detect them in others and in yourself as well as how to fight them He provides decision making approaches that avoids the various pitfalls and processes you can use to help others become aware of and fight their cognitive biases EGRIP The book also teaches something called Probabilistic ThinkingThe book contains a lot of exercises that help you detect and deal with cognitive biases in yourself and others Doing the exercises is a great approach to self discovery It is a lot difficult to acknowledge cognitive biases that you yourself have as compared to discovering them in others which is one reason the exercises are important Once you understand one type of bias and how to deal with it in practice you can help others and yourself but it takes work to do the same for yourself In my opinion this book is not just for business leaders and professionals Understanding these cognitive biases and learning how to deal with them can help us lead better and smarter lives and help us form realistic opinions and world viewsIn summary this book will help you discover and deal with the biases that prevent you from acting rational and it will teach you to use evidence based reasoning and probabilistic thinking This book could help all of us become better professionals and live our lives better Tales of the Unquiet Gods reactions to guide your business decisions is a bad idea This conclusion is based on scientific Heart Attack research in for example behavioral economics neuroscience and psychology However Dr Gleb Tsipursky also give a lot of Timekeepers How the World Became Obsessed With Time real world examples that help you understand why These examples are interesting and entertaining stories that make the book fun to The Blue Hour readI was aware of some well known cognitive biases such as confirmation bias when you look for information that confirms your belief and ignore information that contradicts the belief sunken cost bias when you fail to divest because you hope to SQLアンチパターン regain the losses the Dunning Kruger effect when people with limited knowledge greatly overestimate their own understanding In this book Dr Gleb Tsipursky describes than 30 different kind of cognitive bias and how to detect them in others and in yourself as well as how to fight them He provides decision making approaches that avoids the various pitfalls and processes you can use to help others become aware of and fight their cognitive biases EGRIP The book also teaches something called Probabilistic ThinkingThe book contains a lot of exercises that help you detect and deal with cognitive biases in yourself and others Doing the exercises is a great approach to self discovery It is a lot difficult to acknowledge cognitive biases that you yourself have as compared to discovering them in others which is one The Stone Carnation reason the exercises are important Once you understand one type of bias and how to deal with it in practice you can help others and yourself but it takes work to do the same for yourself In my opinion this book is not just for business leaders and professionals Understanding these cognitive biases and learning how to deal with them can help us lead better and smarter lives and help us form American Goth (Goode-Grace #1) realistic opinions and world viewsIn summary this book will help you discover and deal with the biases that prevent you from acting Further Problems with Pleasure rational and it will teach you to use evidence based Shift The 12 Tactics Real Estate Agents Must Do Now to Win in a Down Market reasoning and probabilistic thinking This book could help all of us become better professionals and live our lives better

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Never Go with Your Gut review î 3 characters ¹ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Gleb Tsipursky Experience to show how pioneering leaders and organizations many of them his clients avoid business disasters Reading this book will enable you toDiscover how pioneering leaders and organizations address cognitive biases to avoid disastrous decisionsAdapt best practices on avoiding business disasters from these leaders and organizations to your own contextDevelop processes that empower everyone in your organization to avoid business disasters. Reading books on various subjects imparts information and increases the depth about the subject as well This book will guide me to understand the most significant ones for business settings I would like to give my heartfelt thanks to Dr Tsipursky to launch such a thoughtful book which helped me to become productive thoughtful I think reading the book would be helpful for me because this book focuses not only on the cognitive biases that can derail us at any stage of the decision making process but also on how we can resolve these issues Also I tend to choose what s comfortable rather than what s true or good for me I think I should read this book as I am a professional who wants to avoid disastrous judgment errors in managing my present and future career We can train our intentional system to spot and address our systematic and predictable dangerous judgment errors in business and other life areasThis book would have been helpful in the past as I was a small business owner who wanted to lead the organization safely and securely into the increasingly disrupted future and avoid the trip wires that will cause competitors to stumble After completion of my Engineering I served 25 years in a multinational organization also achieved the Best Employee Award but suddenly the official environment changed I had to leave the job I was mentally so depressed that time started small business without thinking its future For that reason my product selection marketing policy was wrong If I would get chance to read this book earlier it will mark a paradigm shift in my professional lives I truly feel that after reading this book I won t fall into cognitive biasesBy reading the book I came to know about the halo effect which describes a mental error we make when we like one important characteristic of a person we then subconsciously raise our estimates of that person s other characteristics I also came to know about the horns effect reflects the mistake of subconsciously lowering our estimates of a person when we don t like one salient characteristic We fall too easily for repeated rumors in business settings When we like one important characteristic of a person our gut moves us to overestimate all other positive aspects of that person and downplay any negatives the reverse happens when we don t like one important characteristic this read proved surprising and unexpected for me When going with our gut we pay too much attention to the most emotionally relevant factors in our immediate environment the ones that feel like they are the most critical whether or not they re the most important ones This will be taking forward with me A cognitive bias I found in the book is Self serving bias a problem I often see undermining teamwork and collaboration namely when people tend to claim credit for success and deflect blame for failure People might call this human nature but behavioral science scholars call this the self serving bias I truly agree Poor strategic leadership decision making is responsible for such disasters yet neither these leaders nor their followers received professional development in making decisions I always believe in the phrase which is perfectly described in this book that A little knowledge is a dangerous thing this is mental error people with limited knowledge on a topic feel much confident about their judgments compared with true experts on a topic This book allows me to know that successful people are uncomfortable with the realization that luck sometimes plays a much larger role in the success of decision makers than skill The best that decision makers can do is maximize the possibility of success and then roll the dice