Galin Kardzhilov

Visionary Leader

Passionate Software Developer

Pioneer in Mobile Technology

Innovative Entrepreneur

Strategic Investor

Adventurous Traveler

Family Man at Heart

Galin Kardzhilov

Visionary Leader

Passionate Software Developer

Pioneer in Mobile Technology

Innovative Entrepreneur

Strategic Investor

Adventurous Traveler

Family Man at Heart

Favourite Books

“Thinking, Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman is a pivotal book that delves into the dual-process theory of the mind. It describes two kinds of thought processes: System 1, which is quick and intuitive, and System 2, which is slower and more logical. Kahneman’s exploration of cognitive biases and decision-making has significantly influenced fields like marketing, sales, and positive thinking. This book is essential for understanding human behavior and decision-making in various contexts.

“The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen R. Covey is a guide to personal and professional effectiveness. It emphasizes the importance of character ethics and introduces seven habits that encourage individuals to be proactive and choose their responses to external events, rather than reacting impulsively. Covey’s approach revolves around self-mastery, interpersonal effectiveness, and continuous improvement, advocating for a balanced life while achieving personal and professional goals.

“The Socratic Way Of Questioning” by Thinknetic is a guide focused on developing critical thinking skills through the Socratic method of questioning. The book emphasizes the importance of asking the right questions, a skill considered crucial for critical thinking. It addresses the challenges of navigating information in an era where public trust in major institutions has eroded, leading to an increase in fake news. The content includes techniques for crafting questions that uncover truth, methods for encouraging others to respond to inquiries, and strategies for testing one’s knowledge. Additionally, it outlines specific skills needed for critical thinking and traits that align with Socrates’ mindset. The book is part of the “Critical Thinking & Logic Mastery” series and is designed to be a practical guide for those looking to improve their questioning and reasoning abilities.