Solution equalizer force 🎨
Do things with love
Button to prioritize intuition, not material outcomes, vague concepts
Fundamental Attribution Error
Offended on perfect solutions
Error to expect ideal in a multi-variant / high dimension problem
if yes then no (yes no)
Start where you are
Thinking fast and slow
Automatic opposite 🎨
Tendency to undervalue how seemingly disconnected element can have effect on each other and a complex system as a whole
Sequence of food matters.
Don’t underestimate the power of laugh
Feedback loops for learning
When acquiring knowledge: things are dispersed vs things that are fullylaid out
Rendering through space
Illusion of finite in very large numbers
Granularity of thought 🎨
If you are going to eat shit, don’t nibble.
Is this helpful to say (some aren’t)👇
Some models aren’t important enough to say: look both ways when crossing the street
Why every decision is complex?
Paralisis by analisis
Rumbling to understand 🎨
Blind change drive
Future has a higher priority
Material meat 🎨
The resource curse
What is not seen doesn't exist
Mental Models bakery
In the above mental models I try to create definitions that structured and don’t overlap on each other. The following is a looser approach. I found that despite perfecting definitions and examples some phrases are weirdly active and effective as a thinking tools. Sometimes one word over another makes all the difference in making definition more vivid, picture creating idea’s intuitive boundaries and vivid definition.
- It's easy to change stuff a lot. Often the outcome is that change brings excitement and hope for transformation. However more often than not is just a distraction. In my case its often better to not change because change is distracting. And with focus ask for a change that will feel more transformative.
- Aversion to backtracking related Sunk-cost fallacy
Bait and switch heuristics