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You Are What You Choose: The Habits of Mind That Really Determine How We Make Decisions #2020

You Are What You Choose The Habits of Mind That Really Determine How We Make Decisions The hidden patterns behind the way we make decisions Several recent books from Blink to Freakonomics to Predictably Irrational have examined how people make choices But none explain why different pe

  • Title: You Are What You Choose: The Habits of Mind That Really Determine How We Make Decisions
  • Author: Scott de Marchi James T. Hamilton
  • ISBN: 9781591842866
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Hardcover
  • You Are What You Choose: The Habits of Mind That Really Determine How We Make Decisions By Scott de Marchi James T. Hamilton, The hidden patterns behind the way we make decisions Several recent books, from Blink to Freakonomics to Predictably Irrational, have examined how people make choices But none explain why different people have such different styles of decision making and why those styles seem consistent across many contexts For instance, why is a gambler always a gambler, whether at woThe hidden patterns behind the way we make decisions Several recent books, from Blink to Freakonomics to Predictably Irrational, have examined how people make choices But none explain why different people have such different styles of decision making and why those styles seem consistent across many contexts For instance, why is a gambler always a gambler, whether at work, on the highway, or in a voting booth Scott de Marchi and James T Hamilton present a new theory about how we decide, based on an extensive survey of than thirty thousand subjects They show that each of us possesses six core traits that shape every decision, from what to have for lunch to where to invest We go with the usual way of deciding whenever there s a trade off between current and future happiness, when facing the risk of a bad outcome, or when a choice might hurt other people We re also consistent about how much information we want and how much we care about the opinions of others Readers can determine their own decision making profile with a test in the book Once they understand the six core traits, they ll have a big advantage in their marketing campaigns, management strategies, investments, and many other contexts.

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    1 thought on “You Are What You Choose: The Habits of Mind That Really Determine How We Make Decisions

    1. Some of this is pretty interesting, but I can t believe they got away without discussing any of the literature on personality Their model seems like a poor substitute for the 5 factor model The writing is generally good, however, and I can t blame two academics for trying to make a money grab.

    2. It sounds like a study review from a model constructed called TRAITS and compare it against Demographic Microtargeting.Am less convinced as some of their clarification on the study s success has no concrete supportings to prove other than the diagram that they have built up It might be they have the proper questionnaires done and proper analysis done, but i remained dubious.ppl can be as interesting and unpredictable with their background and experience, as well as how they would changed by the [...]

    3. Not sure why the rating is low here but thought the book is fantastic.It basically argues that our choice decision when it comes to many things e.g buying a car, embracing an ideology, supporting minorities etc, although on the surface seem random, there lies a hidden TRAITS that we can understand further TRAITS stands for 1 Time 2 risk acceptance 3 altruism 4 information 5 meToo 5 stickinessthere is a simple assessment to determine our TRAITS tooCons 1 some parts of the book aren t that clearly [...]

    4. You are likely familiar with the concept of personality, behavioral or communication styles as three of the many models that help us understand ourselves and others This book introduces a six part model TRAITS to help you understand what factors are valued in most any decision process See at blogvineikenberry leade

    5. The book looks at TRAITS, a different way of profiling someone by the choices they make and predicting future behaviour from that I enjoyed the background information and the sample test Of course I had to take it Among other things I am an information geek, there s a surprise I found the case studies of behaviour a bit dry, with too much repetition I can see that it is definitely a useful system, but gathering the information wouldn t always be so easy.

    6. I guess I was interested when I started this book but all the references to the 2008 election are dated and taking 2 years to finish reading didn t help Not interested by the end, unfortunately Oh well, next

    7. Great book for Psychology nerds like myself Could also be useful for those in marketing It didn t really help me learn anything about myself, but it DID provide some insight on the way other people make decisions.

    8. ide besar buku ini yaitu untuk mencoba melihat pola yang ada dalam pengambilan keputusan seseorang sebenarnya menarik ,tapi ada benarnya juga kalau di review sebelumnya ada yang bilang bahwa buku ini agak membosankan.

    9. Interesting model to predict how we choose things, but I wish they would have delved into TRAITS rather than referencing it I would have also enjoyed a lengthy quiz on determine ones own TRAITS I did enjoy the real life applications of the model, historical and relatable.

    10. Penulis menawarkan teori baru tentang pembentukan keputusan seseorang Cocok untuk pimpinan departemen marketing perusahaan besar.

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