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.

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Power Laws


Power law is one form of Pareto's principle where the proportion of 80/20 shifts to 99/1.

Margin of Safety


Describes the capacity of a system to carry load beyond its actual capability.

Feedback Loop


A feedback loop occurs when the output of a system feeds back into itself as an input, thereby further affecting the output, and so on.

Compound Interest


Compound interest is the interest you earn on the sum of your initial principal amount and the interest accumulated.

Pareto Principle


80% of the outcomes come from 20% of the action.



The thinking in which you want opposite — both forward and backward.

Why independent thinking matters?


In a noisy world, we are constantly bombarded with new information.