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Posted December 6, 2001
Consider Your Options Before Buying
This is the single most irrelevant book I've ever read. I was aghast when I saw that there are actually other books about 'scenarios.' Schwartz spends a few hundred pages explaining to us the utility of weighing the consequences of each possible course of action we might take when faced with a difficult situation, the purpose of this being so that we can choose the best strategy. My only thought while reading was 'Don't we do that every day, all the time?' This book would be worthwhile if it actually had something useful to convey. Considering our options before we act is an instinct, not a learned behavior.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.