We've outsourced too much of our thinking, don’t you think so?
Have you ever followed your GPS device to a wrong place? Or unquestioningly followed the advice of an expert--perhaps a doctor or financial adviser--only to learn later that your own thoughts and doubts were correct?
Why and how do these kinds of things happen? As Harvard lecturer and global trend watcher Vikram Mansharamani shows in his book, that our complex, data-flooded world has made us ever more reliant on experts, protocols, and technology.
Too often, we've stopped thinking for ourselves. We need a new approach for integrating the information sources more effectively, harnessing the value they provide without undermining our ability to think for ourselves. Vikram provides principles and techniques for doing just that, empowering readers with a more critical and nuanced approach to making decisions. "Think for Yourself" is an indispensable guide for those looking to restore self-reliant thinking in a data-driven and technology-dependent yet overwhelmingly uncertain world.
Join us on August 5 at 6 pm Kyiv (GMT+3) to meet the author at WIM Quarterly Book Club. Register now to participate in this unique event www.cvent.com/d/pmqnxr