HOW TO THINK BETTER
The world is complex and interconnected, and we need to understand the big ideas from big disciplines, in order to have a whole map of the reality to be able to make better decisions.
Critical thinking has to be based on going to the fundamental ideas, to the mental models.
Mental models are the most important ideas of each science: philosophy, mathematics, physics, statistics, engineering, chemistry, biology, psychology, economics and history.
You need to know and connect them.
You should think multidisciplinary, the way of the greatest in history:
The first rule is that you can't really know anything if you just remember isolated facts and try and bang 'em back. If the facts don't hang together on a latticework of theory, you don't have them in a usable form.
I basically load my head full of mental models.
Don’t just follow the trend. You may have heard me say that it’s good to think in terms of the physics approach of first principles. Which is, rather than reasoning by analogy, you boil things down to the most fundamental truths you can imagine and you reason up from there.
The things best to know are first principles and causes, but these things are perhaps the most difficult for men to grasp, for they are farthest removed from the senses.
If our small minds, for some convenience, divide this universe, into parts—physics, biology, geology, astronomy, psychology, and so on—remember that nature does not know it!
Specialization is for insects.
—Robert A. Heinlein
The book explains 100 mental models to make better decisions and think critically.
These models do not tell you what you think, rather they teach you how to think, and encourage you to think critically.
Here are some examples of how mental models will improve your life:
• Do you want to create a successful business?
Leverage, Niches and Scale models will guide you.
• Do you want to be happy, achieve more and suffer less?
Stoicism, Anti-fragility and Resilience give you the vision and strength you need.
• Do you want to know why you shouldn't believe what you see on Instagram?
Plato's Cave metaphor will give you the answer.
• Do you want to boost your professional career?
Take a look at the Incentives mental model.
• Do you want to make rational decisions?
The 25 biases that Charlie Munger details in Psychology of Human Misjudgment will help you.
This program is for people who want to thinking in a multidisciplinary way.
The book includes the full and expanded text The Psychology of Human Misjudgment, by Charlie Munger, considered by many to be his best writing.
Along with the book, we’ve also included some extra bonuses for you in here, to help you really understand and get a hold of these ideas.
Here is what you get, along with the book on 100 Mental Models:
BONUS #1: CARDS
Cards are small summaries of each model, like notes, for easy reference.
BONUS #2: QUOTES
Quotes use sentences of great figures as a reminder of each model.
BONUS #3: MENTAL MAPS
Mental Maps are schemes where the different models are classified by fields of knowledge, for quick reference and verification.
BONUS #4: MEMOS
To learn and remember each idea in a simple way.
BONUS #5: CHECKLIST
Template to identify fallacies, biases, and mental models in each situation.
BONUS #6: CLASSIC BOOKS
Additionally, we have selected and included 50 of the best books in history, that will help us improve our thinking process, including:
- Meditations, by Marcus Aurelius
- The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
- The Art of War, by Sun Tzu
- The Origin of Species, by Charles Darwin
- The Wealth of Nations, by Adam Smith
... among many others
You can find the entire list of books here.
They are yours for free.
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The value contained in this program is worth several times its price, if you do not think so we will refund your purchase. Just email us within 30 days of your purchase and we will refund you - no questions asked.
This makes your purchase completely risk free.
You have to learn all the big ideas in the key disciplines in a way that they're in a mental latticework in your head and you automatically use them for the rest of your life.
If you do that, I solemnly promise you that one day you'll be walking down the street and you'll look to your right and left and you'll think "my heavenly days, I'm now one of the few competent people in my whole age cohort."
If you don't do it, many of the brightest of you will live in the middle ranks or in the shallows.