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01 Feb. 2021 | Comments (0)

Have you ever followed your GPS device to a deserted parking lot? 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? Too often, we've stopped thinking for ourselves.

With stark and compelling examples drawn from business, sports, and everyday life, Vikram illustrates how we have outsourced our thinking to a troubling degree, relinquishing our autonomy. Join Vikram as he discusses his new book, which offers an indispensable guide for those looking to restore self-reliant thinking in a data-driven and technology-dependent yet overwhelmingly uncertain world.

 

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