Great Books, Great Thinkers

Kigui

Village Elder
#1
I'm requesting all talkers to share their insights into the best thinking they've come across. Share the best non fiction books you read here. Tell us why we should read them. I will start off with my list. Please share your list and tell us why you think each book is important:

1. The Design of Everyday Things by Don Norman. In this book, you will learn why things are designed the are. Why some designs fail and some succeed.

2. Getting Things Done by David Allen: you learn how to organize your day and get the best out of it.

3. The Seven habits of Highly successful people by Steven Covey. Learn what is important in your life and focus on it.

4. Now give me your books boys and girls. Please tusitukanane kwa hii thread. Tafasari.
 
#4
The Art Of Thinking Clearly by Rolf Dobelli - one of the most practical books to refer to when making decisions

Curious by Ian Leslie - desire to know things and why your future depends on it

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman - master your brains two systems,one which is fast, intuitive, and emotional, and the other of which is slow, logical and deliberate
 

Sakmadic

Village Elder
#5
The Art Of Thinking Clearly by Rolf Dobelli - one of the most practical books to refer to when making decisions

Curious by Ian Leslie - desire to know things and why your future depends on it

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman - master your brains two systems,one which is fast, intuitive, and emotional, and the other of which is slow, logical and deliberate
Thinking fast and slow messed my brains up.
 
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Mrs Shosho

Guest
#15
I'm requesting all talkers to share their insights into the best thinking they've come across. Share the best non fiction books you read here. Tell us why we should read them. I will start off with my list. Please share your list and tell us why you think each book is important:

1. The Design of Everyday Things by Don Norman. In this book, you will learn why things are designed the are. Why some designs fail and some succeed.

2. Getting Things Done by David Allen: you learn how to organize your day and get the best out of it.

3. The Seven habits of Highly successful people by Steven Covey. Learn what is important in your life and focus on it.

4. Now give me your books boys and girls. Please tusitukanane kwa hii thread. Tafasari.
I have not done much reading lately.......got some books gathering dust over hia. Top of the pile is Tony Blair's yawn inducing biography. I will def be looking out for your number2. Think it would do me a lot of good right now.
 

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