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A multidisciplinary approach to critical, clear & independent thinking.
A mental model is a representation of an external reality inside your head—a kind of cognitive map. The purpose of mental models is to gain and understand knowledge about the world through key multidisciplinary concepts. The closer you get your cognitive process (the way your brain approaches a problem) to reality, the better the decisions you’ll make in life. Check out the blog articles below to broaden your thinking.

The Psychology of Human Misjudgment

This speech was delivered by Charlie Munger to a crowd at Harvard University in 1995.

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A Lesson on Elementary, Worldly Wisdom

Charlie Munger gave this speech in 1994 at USC Business School about worldly wisdom and latticework of mental models.

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Why Mental Models?

Mental models will broaden your thinking so that you can make wise and informed decisions. Modern education systems hinder students when it comes to approaching problems from a broad, multidisciplinary perspective. Mental Models will help you gain that perspective and a basis for broad rational thinking.

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Timeful vs Timeless Advice

Be critical of timeful vs timeless advice.

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Tools For Rigorous Thinking

Striving for rigorous thinking over lazy thinking should be everyone’s goal. Rigorous thinking enforces people to defend their thesis and advocate their ideas. The ideas are backed by data rooted in reality. Lazy thinking is a black box of logic where people don’t know why something works.

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Why Independent Thinking Matters?

Are you an independent thinker? If not, don’t blame yourself, after all, shortcuts are easy and fun while acquiring wisdom can be a hard and daunting task!

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