10 Lessons from the book Thinking, Fast and Slow By Daniel Kahneman

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A reliable way of making people believe in falsehoods is frequent repetition, because familiarity is not easily distinguished from truth.

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The world makes much less sense than you think. The coherence comes mostly from the way your mind works.

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The easiest way to increase happiness is to control your use of time. Can you find more time to do the things you enjoy doing?

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You are more likely to learn something by finding surprises in your own behavior than by hearing surprising facts about people in general.

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Familiarity breeds liking.

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The illusion that we understand the past fosters overconfidence in our ability to predict the future.

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Nothing in life is as important as you think it is when you are thinking about it.

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The premise of this book is that it is easier to recognize other people’s mistakes than our own.

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