Blink: The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable
(444 Pages) ( 8 Hours)
Taleb’s story is a mind-provoking one, especially learning that the world is not as it seems to be. While going through the story, I realise that most people are full of curiosity, even I. We always struggle to understand what is going on, to be able to predict what might happen. Whether we try to avoid such tasks, situations will develop that will compel one towards predicting the future and work on it. However, sometimes being too much curious is not good for psychological health. The mind needs to relax at times and therefore people should control the level at which they strain to predict the future no matter the situation. If you are a person who is always curious and would like to see another point of view of curiosity; I would therefore recommend this book to you. It is a book that illustrates the struggle to anticipate the future and how to understand the impacts of being too much important and when to begin to control such character.