Everyday Survival: Why Smart People Do Stupid Things Why Smart People Do Stupid Things, Laurence Gonzales
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Everyday Survival: Why Smart People Do Stupid Things

Author: Laurence Gonzales

Narrator: Kevin T. Collins

Unabridged: 9 hr 20 min

Format: Digital Audiobook

Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks

Published: 09/01/2008

Genre: Psychology - Mental Health

Synopsis

Laurence Gonzales turns his talent for gripping narrative, knowledge of the way our minds and bodies work, and bottomless curiosity about the world to the topic of how we can best use the lessons of our evolutionary history to overcome the hazards of everyday life. He finds that natural laws profoundly affect our actions, and he reveals the hidden causes and costs of our behavior, whether as individuals or as a species whose decisions may be leading to darker times. Whether you are climbing a mountain or the corporate ladder, Everyday Survival will change the way you view your choices in our complex, dangerous, and quickly changing world.

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