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Ball point pen and matching bookmark gift set for retreats, events, handouts, and visitation. Whispers of God's Love for a Special Mother---Be still, and know that I am God. Psalm 46:10 is displayed on both pen and bookmark. Inspirational sentiment is on back of bookmark; pen features silvertone accents, blue ink, medium tip, 5.5" long.
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Vendor: Penguin Random House
Publication Date: 2009
More than 750,000 copies sold
A New York Times bestseller
An Economist Best Book of the Year
A Financial Times Best Book of the Year
Nudge is about choices—how we make them and how we can make better ones. Drawing on decades of research in the fields of behavioral science and economics, authors Richard H. Thaler and Cass R. Sunstein offer a new perspective on preventing the countless mistakes we make—ill-advised personal investments, consumption of unhealthy foods, neglect of our natural resources—and show us how sensible “choice architecture” can successfully nudge people toward the best decisions. In the tradition of The Tipping Point and Freakonomics, Nudge is straightforward, informative, and entertaining—a must-read for anyone interested in our individual and collective well-being.
"[An] utterly brilliant book. . . . Nudge won't nudge you-it will knock you off your feet." Daniel Gilbert, author of Stumbling on Happiness
"Nudge is as important a book as any I've read in perhaps twenty years. It is a book that people interested in any aspect of public policy should read. It is a book that people interested in politics should read. It is a book that people interested in ideas about human freedom should read. It is a book that people interested in promoting human welfare should read. If you're not interested in any of these topics, you can read something else." Barry Schwartz, The American Prospect
"This book is terrific. It will change the way you think, not only about the world around you and some of its bigger problems, but also about yourself." Michael Lewis, author of Moneyball