In the book Think Like a Freak, Steve D. Levitt & Steph J. Dubner, co-authors of two wonderfully amusing books, Comedy Economics and Comedy Supereconomics, will once again use its style of style to “unlock thinking” of the reader. Again, this is not a humorous book, simply for entertainment, but in addition to the fun elements and examples, these two authors also want the reader to have a more positive attitude towards What unexpected happens, always get out of the rut and equip yourself with the simplest possible explanations.
People tend to think and act in a crowd, so for important issues, we often have to ask for advice from friends, colleagues and relatives. This is of course not harmful in the short term. But in the long run, consulting with others will lead you to follow an open path, a less innovative mindset that, if you meditate, in a different direction, more groundbreaking, more eccentric. You will open a smarter and wiser solution.