If you’ve ever read the book Freakonomics, you’re just going to fall in love with this one. This time Levitt and Dubner will teach you how to look at the world differently and think like a “freak”.

Levitt and Dubner offers a practical toolkit for thinking differently using data rather than emotions to unravel the world’s secrets. There are a lot of good quotes in this book, and good quotes are compressed knowledge.

“The impulse to investigate can only be set free if you stop pretending to know answers that you don’t”

You’ll learn why sometimes it’s best to put away your moral compass, and is smarter to think like a child. You will be given a master class in incentives, because for better or worse, incentives rule our world. And you will learn to quit before you fail, because you can’t solve tomorrow’s problem if you aren’t willing to abandon today’s dud.

“When it comes to solving problems, one of the best ways to start is by putting away your moral compass”

The book is an easy read and as mentioned it offers a lot of easy to remember quotes that will help you retain the knowledge you’ve learned.

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If you’ve ever read the book Freakonomics, you’re just going to fall in love with this one. This time Levitt and Dubner will teach you how to look at the world differently and think like a “freak”. Levitt and Dubner offers a practical toolkit for thinking differently using data rather...