A Spy's Guide to Thinking by John Braddock
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Synopsis

In a 45 minute read, a former spy spotlights two thinking tools. The first describes how we think. The second helps us think ahead. 

Braddock shows how he used the tools when he faced a new enemy. Then, how they apply to the CIA's role in intelligence-gathering. Finally, how they would have shown Saddam Hussein wasn't stockpiling WMD (or was he?).
The thinking tools are simple. As they must be. When seconds count, simple thinking means quick decisions. And quick action. Complex thinking doesn't. Simple thinking is reliable. Complex thinking breaks down. When you're a spy, you want simple thinking that leads to action. When you're a spy, you use the thinking tools spotlighted here. 
 

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Published May 31, 2015 43 pages
Genres: Self Help. Non-fiction