Everyone has to make a decision upon choiches. And a lot of us felt that thing was a very dillematic situation. How a psychologist can predict whether a marriage will last; an antiquities expert can recognize a fake at a glance; and a tennis coach knows that a player will do a double fault. Those things happened just in a very single-fast moment, just like we do a BLINK!!!
Gladwell explains all those things expertly and I think we should be better--even best--than ever. He, then, called this as the art of "thin-slicing".
He "urges" us to be a genius on decision-making, and I'd rather say: Discover the new "genius" in you on the art of "thin-slicing" through this book. Honestly, I'm waiting for the other upcoming books of him.