Recently I had a chance to read, one of the funkiest book
ever written, Freakonomics, The authors Steve D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner,
has clearly explained the hidden side of everything we do. No one can simplify
the applications of economics, as simple as this book. Some great insights are
beautifully described in a greater detail.
There are two aspect of this book
First, where to look for the real answers Second, how Information. Fear. Incentives. affect everything
Though most of the examples have some negative background,
the message is very clear: we can persuade people to do what we want them to do
by manipulating Information, Fear and Incentives.
`Your time is limited. Dont waste it living someone elses life, Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.', a message given by Steve Jobs On his Commencement address to Stanford graduates, also he urged the graduates to Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish.