- 7/ Why? Because the manager doesn’t know if the salesperson is on the right track. The salesperson could have done everything right, but still lost. Or everything wrong and still won. Here I like @AnnieDuke's decision quality vs. outcome Great book btw https://t.co/vFJHsQ0Fln
- @JasonBordoff @Ed_Crooks @shannonpareil @AimeePKeane @rkapkap @turi @aasseily @christianhern @matthewclifford @TheAnnaGat @chris_wigley @azeem @brettbivens @gonsanchezs @sowers @eporres @rahulpowar @cee @itsflamant @robertwrighter @KimGhattas @arusbridger @MazzucatoM @drissbb @jtepper2 @shumonbasar @zinkovigor @MatildeGiglio @h0d3r @emmavj @Zielina @hannahsarney @YuanfenYang @rasmus_kleis @mfilippino @ointhefield @lilahrap @Emiliyadotcom @CardiffGarcia @BobbyAllyn @EricGPlatt @SycoraxPine @elliottholt @annaknicolaou @ConorDougherty @bermanjeff @neal_katyal @dpatil @OSullivanMeghan @jahimes no photo as mine are all digital: + Path of Least Resistance by Robert Fritz + The History of Christian Theology by Phillip Cary + Thinking in Bets by Annie Duke + Dominion by Tom Holland + Disunited Nations by Peter Zeihan + LifeSpan by David Sinclair
- Excited that the kindle version of Thinking in Bets is a monthly deal on Amazon. Will be just $2.99 for the whole month. https://t.co/QhuMQDQwZk https://t.co/gkG1hDE6QL
- Amazon’s pricing algorithm remains a mystery to me but that mystery means Thinking in Bets is just $8 today :) https://t.co/2cZYvQnZtY https://t.co/zowtOdeOpF
- New post: Really enjoyed reading Thinking in Bets by Annie Duke, which encourages us to think of decisions as structured bets in an attempt to overcome the cognitive biases that cause poor decision-making https://t.co/yn3nfjNTtt
- Okay, since @calebhicks asked — the four best books I read in 2018: Thinking in Bets, Annie Duke, The Science of Success, Charles Koch, A Gentleman in Moscow, Amor Towles, Conspiracy: Ryan Holiday, Bonus round: An Absolutely Remarkable Thing, Hank Green.
Even the best decision doesn't yield the best outcome every time: there's always an element of luck that you can't control, and there is always information that is hidden from view. Duke shows readers how to think in bets: How sure am I? What are the possible ways things could turn out? As a former World Series of Poker champion turned business consultant, she draws on examples from business, sports, politics, and (of course) poker to share tools anyone can use to embrace uncertainty and make better decisions.