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Think Like a Freak: Secrets of the Rogue Economist par [Levitt, Steven D., Dubner, Stephen J.]
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“Utterly captivating.” (Malcolm Gladwell, New York Times bestselling author of Blink, The Tipping Point, and David and Goliath)

“Over nine entertaining chapters [Levitt and Dubner] demonstrate how not to fall into hackneyed approaches to solving problems and concretely illustrate how to reframe questions.” (New York Daily News)

“Compelling and fun.” (New York Post)

“This book will change your life.” (Daily Express (London))

“Good ideas... expressed with panache.” (Financial Times)

“An interesting and thought-provoking read.” (The Horn)

“Their most revolutionary book yet. With their trademark blend of captivating storytelling and unconventional analysis, they take us inside their thought process and teach us all to think a bit more productively, more creatively, more rationally --- to think, that is, like a Freak.” (Bookreporter.com)

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From the rule-breaking authors of international bestsellers Freakonomics and Superfreakonomics, this is the ultimate guide to how to Think Like a Freak

The Freakonomics books have come to stand for something: challenging conventional wisdom; using data rather than emotion to answer questions; and learning to unravel the world's secret codes. Now Levitt and Dubner have gathered up what they have learned and turned it into a readable and practical toolkit for thinking differently - thinking, that is, like a Freak. Whether you are interested in the best way to improve your odds in penalty kicks, or in major global reforms, here is a blueprint for an entirely new way to solve problems.

Along the way, you'll learn how the techniques of a Japanese hot-dog-eating champion can help you, the reason an Australian doctor swallowed a batch of dangerous bacteria, why Nigerian e-mail scammers make a point of saying they're from Nigeria, and why Van Halen's demanding tour contract banning brown M&Ms was really a safety measure. You'll learn why sometimes it's best to put away your moral compass, and smarter to think like a child. You will be given a master class in incentives-because for better or worse, incentives rule our world. And you will learn to quit before you fail, because you can't solve tomorrow's problem if you aren't willing to abandon today's dud.

Levitt and Dubner see the world like no one else. Now you can too. Never before have such iconoclastic thinkers been so revealing - and so much fun to read.


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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 271 pages
  • Editeur : Penguin (13 mai 2014)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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Levitt et Dubner ont bousculé pas mal d'idées reçues avec Freakonomics, qui a été un best-seller mérité grâce à des recherches menées avec un esprit vif et astucieux et des approches originales, souvent contre-intuitives.

Le succès leur est malheureusement monté à la tête : ils ont décidé d'expliquer à la terre entière comment développer une intelligence aussi lumineuse que la leur, n'hésitant pas à citer leurs parcours personnels respectifs en exemples. Si la forme est agaçante, le fond est hélas également faible, confus et peu convaincant.

Lisez plutôt Freakonomics et, ensuite, restez sur une bonne impression des auteurs !
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Aussi bien écrit que les livres précédents des mêmes auteurs. Le postulat de base est celui de l'école économique de Chigago, mais ce livre a le mérite de donner un éclairage différent sur les problèmes traités. Le style est très agréable, ce livre se lit d'une traite.
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fun to read but much less content than the two previous (excellent) books and as a big fan of the podcast (which I advise), I learned nothing new.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Freakonomics / Super Freakonomics shows you how the world works. Think Like A Freak shows you how to better live in the world. 28 mai 2014
Par Derek Halpern - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you're a fan of Freakonomics and Super Freakonomics, you'll love this book. Here's why:

Like many other people, after reading both of the Freakonomics books, I felt like I learned a ton, but I wasn't sure how it would apply directly to my life.

And that's okay. They weren't writing a self help book, and I read their work because I was genuinely curious in understanding how the world works.

But this book departs from their usual method of explaining how the world works and instead shows you how you can better live in the world.

And that's why I believe this is their best book yet.

Here's a little summary of what I learned:

1. In one chapter, the three hardest words in the english language, they talk about one of the main problems that plagues people today - the inability to say "I don't know." And they show you how it's a deadly combination because "cocky plus wrong" is a recipe for disaster. They then show you how to avoid making this mistake. They even give a word for word script you can use.

2. In another chapter, "WHat's your problem," they share the story of Kobayashi and how he became a professional hot dog - and food eater. They walked through his entire process and how he went on to eat 50 hot dogs when people thought eating 30 was impossible. And even though they're talking about hot dogs, you'll see how this can apply to everyone.

As an example, back when I started creating videos for Social Triggers TV, a friend of mine told me they were filming about 6 videos a day. And I thought, "Well, I'm new at this ther's no way ill get there." And I would film 3 videos a day. Eventually, as I got good, I got to the magic number - 6 videos in a day and I felt like I was on top of the world. Until I spoke to another friend who told me they do 15 or 20 videos in a day. I was SHOCKED. But I went back to the drawing board, refined my process, and eventually got up to 17 videos in a day.

I'm being vague here, mainly because I want you to read the book. But it's funny seeing how the same process I used to increase my video production was used by the hot dog champ as well.

3. And my favorite part of the book is when they talk about what they call "the once and done" technique. If you're a non-profit, you'll LOVE reading about this because you'll see how you can potentially increase donations a drastic amount by using this simple marketing tactic.

And that's it.

Great book and I suggest you buy it and read it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Are you willing to start thinking like a freak? A great book for approaching life in a creative way. 14 mai 2014
Par Guyzen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Don't get me wrong, I really enjoyed reading this book. The way that the writers can intertwine different stories to make valid points is remarkable. It really does a good job of proving by observation how some things in life seem irrational, but ultimately make a lot of sense.

The only problems that I have with the book are the length, just over 200 pages, and it rehashes a lot of stuff that they go over in other works. This book is easy enough that you can probably read in one or two sittings and it is very captivating throughout. I really enjoyed the anecdotes they use to bring across the point of the book that everyone can benefit by thinking differently about the world (i.e. think like a freak).

One of the main things that I liked is how they describe the way children ask questions and are so curious about everything. Children don't have a set worldview and are eager to learn by asking a lot of questions. Parents often dismiss these questions when it might be valuable to see the world through a child's eyes and challenge set it stone opinions or thoughts.

The writers also make a good point about how the three hardest words in the English language are "I don't know" and how it should be okay to say these words. By applying these words to our lives, we will first of all lie a lot less and more importantly be able to demonstrate a willingness to find out answers to questions we simply don't know.

As I stated before, I wish that this book was longer, but I really did enjoy all that was written and would recommend "Think like a Freak" for those interested in challenging their current worldview and seeking to approach life in a creative way.
16 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 A couple of interesting stories and a rehash of what most self-help books recommend 23 novembre 2014
Par Nona - Publié sur Amazon.com
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For most of us, Freakonomics is the book that made us look at numbers and their interpretation in a different way. The books also happen to be an excellent example of Lateral Thinking. Steven D Levitt and Stephen J Dubner, the authors of Freakonomics and SuperFreakonomics and self-proclaimed freaks, plans to show us how to think like a freak. In the ever-changing professional fields, thinking like a freak will get you into the hall of fame. So it is not only the right time but also very essential to share this knowledge.

Steven and Stephen are good story tellers. Like their previous books, this one also has a lot of stories. There are tireless doctors who crusade against the scientific community and also an unassuming Japanese guy who become a champion by wolfing down hot dogs. No doubt these are interesting stories told in a captivating way. Unfortunately, the stories are the upside of the book. The rest of the book is a series of mantras that will help you think different, think outside the box or think like a freak. These mantras are an amalgamation of the popular self-help books.

Except the interesting stories and the style of writing, there isn't nothing much you can get from this book. You may want to pick up this book while waiting for the next flight. Easily read and more easily forgotten.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book and an easy read 20 octobre 2015
Par IAMVIRTUAL - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I had not read any of the previous Freaknomics books before reading this book. But after reading this one, I sure will.

Great book and an easy read. Provides the reader with a different way of thinking about the world. Rather than thinking like everyone else (or not thinking at all like everyone else), it helps you to realize that you need to look at things from a different perspective and recognize that things are not as obvious as they seem. So many people just accept what they hear from someone else and do not bother to question and prove it for themselves. Does a nice job of inspiring you to "think like a Freak" and gives some nice examples where what people had accepted as true were not even close. Also gives some helpful examples of how to create experiments to get the data needed to draw accurate conclusions.

Some of the reviewers of this book complained that the stories told and data on which conclusions were drawn did not site sources. Apparently these reviewers did not bother do go beyond the last chapter. The book includes all of the source and data citations at the back of the book.
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good reading. 4 stars for the book, but 5 stars for the Kindle edition. 7 mai 2017
Par Techno ZZTopper - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It is worth the time and the money. The book isn't as earth-shattering as Freakonomics, but it's pretty good. The 4 stars are very well deserved and maybe a little conservative... 5 stars might be a fair rating for the Kindle edition.If you buy the Kindle edition, in addition to the book it comes with a few articles and a Q&A session with the authors. These additions to the Kindle edition do add value. I liked their thoughts and the advice they gave the British Prime Minister on health care. The most interesting, however, was Dubner's interview:
"... I think we should treat health and life and death more like a regular good....we need to - it's unfortunate, but we need to - make these horrible choices, where we decide, are going to send our kids to college or are we going to keep great-grandma alive for two more weeks, and the cost might be about the same for those two things. Right now we shy away from those decisions, and we pretend like life has infinite value and we can't make these choices."
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