This book is vaguely interesting but adds minimal to the classic ‘Thinking, Fast & Slow’ which is heavily referenced.
Suggests when making a decision don’t just let it be down to a binary choice, frequently there are more options to consider.
Introduces a 10, 10, 10 concept when making decision or not taking action, as is frequently the case. Consider the impact of the decision and if you would regret the choice in 10 mins, 10 months and 10 years.
Cites experiments regarding loss aversion and status quo bias.
Remember when asking for advice you don’t need an expert just someone who knows more about this particular thing than you. Encourages listening and asking good questions when obtaining advice.