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Torisar I really have a difficult time saying what I liked about this book. A lot of all this is jolly amusing, but beyond these key ideas Thaler and Sunstein nuudge through enormous detail on pensions and US healthcare plans which is probably just what turns the typical human off. Thaler has spent his career studying the radical notion that the central agents in the economy are humans — predictable, error-prone individuals. Both of these books are highly recommended.

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Yet many organizations believe the two essential ingredients for long-term success are creativity and innovation. Kirsten May and Alex Varricchio, founders of the marketing agency UpHouse, call the relationship between these two opposing expectations the Proximity Paradox - the belief that those who are closest to a subject are best-qualified to innovate for it, when, in reality, intense proximity limits creativity. Instead, people need to create distance from challenges in order to see the best way forward. May and Varricchio believe that until we can separate innovation and execution within ourselves, we will only innovate to the level at which we can execute the idea.

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Jutaxe Richard Thaler, won a Nobel Prize recently for his medix, which is outlined in this book. Not my favourite book, in fact It has been a while since I have struggled to read an audible book like this one. Thaler has spent his career studying the radical notion that the central agents in the economy are humans — predictable, error-prone individuals. Thaler and Sunstein invite us to enter an alternative world, one that takes our humanness as a given. That is the stuff government does. What did you like most about Nudge?

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