QUOTE: “I must admit, it’s a very good read.  The style is easy to follow, and the authors did a good job weaving relevant anecdotes into the thread of their points.  The book is organized into four main parts using the acronym WRAP: Widening one’s options, Reality-testing assumptions, Attaining distance before deciding, and Preparing to be wrong. According to the authors, these are the four most needed attributes of good decision-making skills.” Tom Jamieson
THE BOOK: Chapter 1 (pdf)
REVIEWS readers: Amazon(UK)
THE AUTHORS: Chip and Dan Heath