Invisible Gorilla Revised Summary

In Short

  • Don’t assume you see everything there is to see. You probably think you remember things better than you do. Confident people don’t necessarily have better memories, knowledge, or abilities. Don’t assume you know the cause of something. Be skeptical of claims that simple tricks can improve your thinking. You can develop high levels of expertise if you study and practice the right way. Try to slow down, relax, and examine your assumptions before you jump to conclusions. After reading this book you won’t be as sure of yourself, but you will have new insights to how your mind works, and new ways of understanding why people act the way they do because of the illusions that affect us all.
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