• Mental Models

  • Create Tools to Boost Your Productivity and Problem Solving Skills
  • By: Dakota Wali
  • Narrated by: Randy Fuller
  • Length: 3 hrs and 29 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Mental models are blueprints we are able to use in a variety of contexts to create sense of the world, interpret information correctly, and understand our context. They provide us predictable outcomes. A recipe may be the most basic type of mental model; each component has its role, period, and place. Nevertheless, a recipe isn't applicable to anything beyond your realm of food. Therefore, we find ourselves ready of attempting to learn a wide variety of mental versions (or latticework, as Charlie Munger places it) to get ready ourselves for whatever will come our method. We can’t learn types for each individual situation, but we can find applicable ones widely. In this chapter, we focus on mental versions for smarter and quicker decision-making.

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