Update: I’ve posted all my favourite models from this book. If you’ve been following, you’ll have already picked up a copy for yourself. It’s a quirky and fun little toolbox. Passing the torch on this one tomorrow! Hope you’ve enjoyed the posts ;]
A friend of mine just gifted me one of the quirkiest books: The Decision Book by Mikael Korgerus and Roman TschÃ¤ppeler.
The book is concise and packed with gift best decision making models that you can use at school, at work, or for your own personal decision making.
The decision book is split into four parts: Models for self improvement, models for self awareness, models to understand others better, models to help improve others.
I have already used two of the models in the book: The Rubber Band model to help a friend make a decision on two very attractive offers, and the Eisenhower model to help me manage my time better. I’ll be posting about those two models soon!
I’m enjoying this book so much that I’m going to start posting my favourite models from it – no mind mapping this time and long posts.
Please make sure to visit 50 Top Models – the author’s website. If you like what you see, buy the book! Support the author and awesome content.
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