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FREE DOWNLOAD Dollars and Sense: How We Misthink Money and How to Spend Smarter By Dan Ariely,Jeff Kreisler Ë 1 READ & DOWNLOAD READ é YESHLER.RU Ë By Dan Ariely,Jeff Kreisler Blending humor and behavioral economics the New York Times best selling author of Predictably Irrational delves into the truly illogical world of personal finance to help people better understand why they make bad financial decisions and gives them the knowledge they need to make better ones Why does paying for things often feel like it causes physical pain Why does it cost you money to act as your own real estate agent Why are we comfortable overpaying for something now just because we've overpaid for it before In. What s not to like when the co author of this book describes himself as just another Princeton educated lawyer turned award winning comedian author speaker and advocate for behavioral economics Here are my two take aways from this book 1 I ve been misthinking about money Yikes This book has immediately changed the way I think about how I spend money and I m not a spender 2 Besides being well researched and very practical this book is hilariousFifty pages in I started marking the funny lines with an exclamation point No joke my well underlined pages include than 100 exclamation points LOLTHE BIG IDEA this book is about the odd wild and yes completely irrational ways we approach spending decisions and about the forces that cause us to overvalue some things and undervalue others After laying out a very convincing case Dan Ariely the professor and Jeff Kreisler the funny guy invest their final five chapters on how to build on the shoulders of flawed thinking Insightful ideasExamples of flawed thinking Some people go on a 10000 vacation but spend twenty minutes each day looking for free parking JCPenney s short lived CEO Ron Johnson paid a high price for failing to understand the psychology of pricing when he instituted fair and suare pricing and eliminated sales bargains coupons or discounts Had Albert Einstein been an economist rather than a physicist he might have changed his famous theory of relativity from E MC2 to 100Half Off of 200 According to loss aversion research when doctors frame survival options as there s a 20 percent chance of survival you ll go for the remedy But people decline the option when framed as there s an 80 percent chance of death Flawed thinking On investing effort Ariely and two other researchers dubbed one money phenomenon The IKEA Effect so named after the meatball restaurantumlaut factorychildren s playland that moonlights as a furniture store The chapter We Lose Control begins Rob Mansfield will be able to retire shortly after pigs fly With little or no retirement savings many are thinking they must work until they re 80 even though our life expectancy is 78 Why the flawed thinking Making sense of the IRS and IRAs and 401ks and 403bs can be intimidating and confusing It s like trying to think of another word for synonym or what the best thing was before sliced bread ButI m way ahead of myself One of my favorite Wall Street Journal columns several Saturdays each month is Ask Ariely a A feature by Dan Ariely professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University and founder of the Center for Advanced Hindsight and he s not the funny guy The uestions are practical and his answers are research based So when this book was published in November I bought it and it s already on my hot list for Top 10 books of 2018What changed my thinking about money Check out the chapter titles in the section How We Assess Value in Ways That Have Little to Do With Value We Forget That Everything Is Relative We Compartmentalize We Avoid Pain We Overvalue What We Have We Worry About Fairness and Effort We Believe in the Magic of Language and Rituals We Overvalue ExpectationsI highlighted about a zillion one liners and concepts No one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American people HL Mencken Don t believe everything you think We stand on the shoulders of giants even if those giants are the giant mistakes we ourselves have made In the commentary on confirmation bias a restaurant consultant notes that the highest priced items on a menu actually generate revenue by getting people to buy the second highest priced items By the way don t put too much stock into fairness and effort in your money calculations Apparently we re willing to pay when we see the effort someone has put into a product or service but bristle when a locksmith unlocks a door for us in a minute but charges 200 More flawed thinkingAnd when asked how much work a husband and wife do around the house researchers have found it 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