Dan Gardner is a New York Times best-selling author, speaker, consultant, and freelance writer and editor. His three books on psychology and decision-making have been praised by everyone from The Economist to Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman. Gardner’s books have been published in 25 countries and 19 languages. In addition to writing, Gardner lectures around the world on forecasting, risk, and decision-making. He also consults on how to improve decision-making and implementation. One of his consulting clients is the Prime Minister of Canada. Prior to becoming an author, Gardner was a newspaper columnist, feature writer, and TV talking head whose work won or was nominated for every major award in Canadian newspaper journalism and contributed to significant changes in Canadian public policy.