The Wit and Wisdom of Charles T. Munger: Seeking Wisdom: From Darwin to Peter Bevelin begins his fascinating book with Confucius’ great wisdom: “A man. Seeking Wisdom – by Peter Bevelin. ISBN: Date read: How strongly I recommend it: 8/10 (See my list of + books, for more.). Find great deals for Seeking Wisdom From Darwin to Munger 3rd Edition by Peter Bevelin. Shop with confidence on eBay!.
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Bevelin has written three other books on related topics. All these questions and more are answered in these pages Sep 28, R.
Humans are wired to seek pleasure and avoid pain. If I won I would have gained eternal life. Key words and phrases; again a refining of the book’s information. Don’t let money be the only motivation.
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Which factor has the greatest impact on future cash earnings and thereby value? In the book, he describes ideas and research findings from many different fields. If you want someone to stop smoking, one way could be to show them what they stand to lose. Search for evidence that disconfirms ideas and assumptions. Peter Straub 1st Edition Books. This book is for those who love the constant search for knowledge.
As the title promises, the book is full of nuggets of worldly wisdom. What do we want out of life? But, the book is organized so that you go through the steps of uncovering the mental processes first.
Seeking Wisdom: From Darwin To Munger by Peter Bevelin
Login to add to list. I could definitely see it being a bathroom reader. Munger is certainly smart, but I wouldn’t assume he’s right about everything. When people get us to commit, we become responsible.
Be self-critical and unlearn your best-loved ideas. Otherwise, check the books I recommended above. Read and study this wonderful multidisciplinary exploration of wisdom. In addition to naturalist Charles Darwin and Munger, Bevelin cites an encyclopedic range of thinkers: How do we create demand?
In order for the post mortem to be effective we need to write down our decisions from the outset and how we felt emotionally at that point. In Seeking Wisdom Bevelin describes many of these models. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Reward And Punishment “The iron rule of nature is: You may react instinctively at first, but if the situation is one that you’ve experienced before since our brain is continuously “rewired” with life experiencesthe final reaction may be to calm down.
For example, many animals, for foraging, start with a random search, and only change their behavior when they find a rewarding stimulus.
So they make the decision based only on what they can count well. What is going on here? Then they move towards it. This creates different convictions, habits, values and character.
We give too much weight to information we’ve seen, heard, read or experienced most recently. This is essentially a quick wrap up of evolutionary psychology.
Bias fr excellent framing of first how the mind works in terms of making decisions, then provides a thought-provoking list of “28 Reasons for Misjudgements and Mistakes” that I found very applicable to the work on organizations and systems.
What’s most interesting to see is Munger’s own account of how he formed these relationships in building a greater latticework of understanding. Remember what you want to bevelni. From Darwin To Munger 4. On that note, the book somehow is self contradictory where it talks about seeking wisdom but does exactly what prevents us from seeking it, i.
Seeking Wisdom is a hard-to-find collection of observations that analyze how some of the world’s best thinkers approach problem solving. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Seeking Wisdom From Darwin to Munger 3rd Edition by Peter Bevelin
When we are uncertain, we have a tendency to look at sewking around us to see how they react. Why a giant is vulnerable to heat exhaustion? No trivia or quizzes yet. Otherwise there is a risk that we petwr fool ourselves and according to Richard Feynman: When the cost of denial is worse than the benefit of facing reality, we must face reality. Deprival Syndrome One reason why horse races, bingo and these things have always been so popular is because of all these near misses.
If you’ve never heard of any of the above stuff, maybe you should check this out. In addition to naturalist Charles Darwin and Munger, Bevelin cites an encyclopedic range of thinkers: A very good book that I wish was still in print at a reasonable price. Part three the physics and mathematics of misjudgements.
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