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Trial, Error, and Success: 10 Insights into Realistic Knowledge, Thinking, and Emotional Intelligence is a work of non-fiction writing in the business sub-genre by Sima Dimitrijev and Maryann Karinch. As the title suggests, this book covers the authors’ extensive work on the idea of ‘slow thinking,’ in which we use a trial and error method to discover new knowledge and better solutions to our problems in the working world. This is in contrast to instantaneous assumptions that we have the right answer already, which can often lead to greater error, automation, and less innovation. Dimitrijev and Karinch present their philosophy using ten key insights to avoid the pitfalls that fast thinking can lead us to.
Author team Sima Dimitrijev and Maryann Karinch have hit the nail on the head by producing this highly accessible philosophy on the nature of thought and learning from our mistakes. It is often said of the greatest writers, artists, and scientists of the world that their brainwaves were born out of failures and setbacks, and when reading this excellent work of business-minded advice, it’s easy to see the truth in that. In terms of organization, the work is well formatted with logical knowledge building chapter by chapter and also arranged nicely to refer back to key sections if you want to study them in greater detail. I truly appreciate any work that asks experts and professionals to take their time, think things through and admit when they are wrong, and I would not hesitate to recommend Trial, Error, and Success to any reader seeking a slower but surer route to success and innovation.