Publisher: Ebury Publishing, 2009, 280 pages
Keywords: Personal Development
Human beings can be stubbornly irrational and wilfully blind… but at least we're predictably wrong. From minor lapses (why we're so likely to forget passwords) to life-threatening blunders (why anesthetists maimed their patients). Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Joseph T. Hallinan explains the everyday mistakes that shape our lives. And what we can do to prevent them happening.
An interesting book about why we make mistakes and the most common ones.
Not really groundbreaking, but at least it is interesting reading, and well written.