freddieoduks: I just recently read this book and I was met with gem after gem. Also made me start looking at the world in terms of feedback loops, is it a balancing, goal-seeking or reinforcing feedback loop? read comments

IanCal: A stunningly good book about cognitive biases, with fairly understated claims and backed up with studies. Excellent advice for life and it's changed how I view decisions and interactions. read comments

andrewb1: It's a compilation of talks and essays from Charlie Munger, Warren Buffet's business partner. This book has single-handedly changed my invest strategies and mindset. Instead of trying to... read comments

Reedx: Great for grey thinking and better understanding. And I think it's one of those books that if everyone read it, we'd all be better off. Like an antidote or inhibitor to tribalism. read comments

air7: Hands down the book that most influenced me. The book had (for me) not one but several simple-yet-profound ideas that were forever inserted into the foreground of how I make sense of the world. read comments

21stio: Its about thinking biases, by far the book with the greatest information density I have ever read. 2 pages per thinking bias. read comments

yusufp: Taught me more about how and why we make decisions and what good decisions are. read comments

mzzter: A good overview on Systems theory. It covers different approaches to developing a mental model of systems. read comments

davidgh: A masterpiece. The age of the book proves it. It is as relevant today as it was when written 30 years ago. The only downside to the book is it will ruin every elevator, door handle and... read comments

otras: Absolutely changed my approach to learning and studying. Applying the lessons made my studying many times more productive. read comments

dereg: He does an excellent job synthesizing information across fields. I highly recommend it for anybody interested in diving into the field of mental models. It is a book with many citations, so... read comments

qntty: If you're interested in language, I really love "Metaphors We Live By." It's more profound than I previously thought a book about metaphors could ever be. It starts saying interesting things on page 1. read comments

febin: Great book that offers practical advice on how to improve one's life and work through reflection and iteration. read comments