Enigma takes a focused look into why we do the things we do. Coming from a technical background, I’ve always been fascinated by the way people perceive information and then act on it. How is it that two people can experience the same event, but then process what they experienced, and report it in such disparity? What shapes and molds our thought processes? Why do we believe the things we believe, and what went into making us think that way? Enigma breaks out the various components of the human mind, what factors affect how we perceive and process the constant barrage of stimuli we receive each day, and how we draw the conclusions that we come up with. The material in this book is presented through the use of humorous examples and stories to entertain the reader, as well as inform.