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Our view of the world in how we perceive things, form beliefs, act, decide and experience everything around us. A latticework of mental models can help us make better decisions. It requires questioning our beliefs and learning to look beyond them. #mentalmodels #thinking #culture #innovation #different #results #tech #management #leadership

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This infographic explains how our default thinking restricts us by assuming bad intention. Applying Hanlon's razor in such moments can shift us to seek alternatives, communicate with a desire to understand, collaborate in finding solutions together #hanlonsrazor #mentalmodels #relationships #trust #incompetence #ignorance #misunderstanding #laziness #negligence #stupidity #malice #thoughtleaders #futureofwork #learning #knowledge #selfimprovement #personaldevelopment #decisions #future… Bad Intentions, Decision Making, Self Improvement, Cool Things To Make, Personal Development, Leadership, Infographic, Management

Hanlon's Razor: How To Be Less Judgmental And Build Better Relationships | TechTello

What do we do when things do not turn out as intended? Instead of being curious and trying to learn from the situation, our mind assumes the worst possibility. The negativity trap can prevent us from reaching out to the other person. It can make us distance ourselves from others, avoid communication, collaboration, and ignore opportunities that might benefit us. Applying Hanlon’s razor in such moments can open our mind to seek other views instead of assuming bad intention, shift our…

In relationships, applying Hanlon’s razor can enable you to shift from assuming bad intention to exploring alternative viewpoints. It may strengthen your relationship as you approach the other person with the desire to understand instead of blame #hanlonsrazor #mentalmodels #relationships #trust #incompetence #ignorance #misunderstanding #laziness #negligence #stupidity #malice #thoughtleaders #futureofwork #learning #knowledge #selfimprovement #personaldevelopment #decisions #future… Bad Intentions, Decision Making, Self Improvement, Cool Things To Make, Personal Development, Leadership, How To Apply, Relationship

Hanlon's Razor: How To Be Less Judgmental And Build Better Relationships | TechTello

What do we do when things do not turn out as intended? Instead of being curious and trying to learn from the situation, our mind assumes the worst possibility. The negativity trap can prevent us from reaching out to the other person. It can make us distance ourselves from others, avoid communication, collaboration, and ignore opportunities that might benefit us. Applying Hanlon’s razor in such moments can open our mind to seek other views instead of assuming bad intention, shift our…

Our cognitive biases dictate how we perceive the world around us, how we act, and make decisions. By living with subjective reality, we may make irrational decisions. Hanlon’s razor is a powerful tool for overcoming some of these biases #hanlonsrazor #mentalmodels #relationships #trust #incompetence #ignorance #misunderstanding #laziness #negligence #stupidity #malice #thoughtleaders #futureofwork #learning #knowledge #selfimprovement #personaldevelopment #decisions #future #opinion Cognitive Bias, Decision Making, Self Improvement, Cool Things To Make, Personal Development, Leadership, This Or That Questions, Cool Stuff To Make

Hanlon's Razor: How To Be Less Judgmental And Build Better Relationships | TechTello

What do we do when things do not turn out as intended? Instead of being curious and trying to learn from the situation, our mind assumes the worst possibility. The negativity trap can prevent us from reaching out to the other person. It can make us distance ourselves from others, avoid communication, collaboration, and ignore opportunities that might benefit us. Applying Hanlon’s razor in such moments can open our mind to seek other views instead of assuming bad intention, shift our…

There are multiple situations at work that can lead to anger and frustration. If not handled well, they can be a source of stress, anxiety, and other related health issues. This is where mental models like Hanlon’s razor comes to our rescue #hanlonsrazor #mentalmodels #relationships #trust #incompetence #ignorance #misunderstanding #laziness #negligence #stupidity #malice #thoughtleaders #futureofwork #learning #knowledge #selfimprovement #personaldevelopment #decisions #future #opinion Sources Of Stress, Self Improvement, Cool Things To Make, Personal Development, Leadership, Management, This Or That Questions, Cool Stuff To Make

Hanlon's Razor: How To Be Less Judgmental And Build Better Relationships | TechTello

What do we do when things do not turn out as intended? Instead of being curious and trying to learn from the situation, our mind assumes the worst possibility. The negativity trap can prevent us from reaching out to the other person. It can make us distance ourselves from others, avoid communication, collaboration, and ignore opportunities that might benefit us. Applying Hanlon’s razor in such moments can open our mind to seek other views instead of assuming bad intention, shift our…

Without applying Hanlon's razor, we default to bad intention when things do not turn out as intended. The assumption that the other person is acting out of bad intention can shut down all possible communication and ignore opportunities that might benefit us #hanlonsrazor #mentalmodels #relationships #trust #incompetence #ignorance #misunderstanding #laziness #negligence #stupidity #malice #thoughtleaders #futureofwork #learning #knowledge #selfimprovement #personaldevelopment #decisions… Bad Intentions, Decision Making, Self Improvement, Cool Things To Make, Personal Development, Leadership, Management, How To Apply

Hanlon's Razor: How To Be Less Judgmental And Build Better Relationships | TechTello

What do we do when things do not turn out as intended? Instead of being curious and trying to learn from the situation, our mind assumes the worst possibility. The negativity trap can prevent us from reaching out to the other person. It can make us distance ourselves from others, avoid communication, collaboration, and ignore opportunities that might benefit us. Applying Hanlon’s razor in such moments can open our mind to seek other views instead of assuming bad intention, shift our…

This infographic explains the 5 effective strategies to combat confirmation bias during decision making. It's important to learn limitations of our brain to devise strategies to combat confirmation bias #confirmationbias #psychology #cognitivebias #mindset #inspiration #growthmindset #motivation #change #life #lifelessons #mindfulness #danielkahneman #probability #gooddecisions #confirmation #success #growth #startup #entrepreneur #business #leadership Daniel Kahneman, Confirmation Bias, Cognitive Bias, Startup Entrepreneur, Personal Narratives, Decision Making, Growth Mindset, Cool Things To Make, Life Lessons

Confirmation Bias: Going Beyond Our Personal Narrative | TechTello

When confronted with information that challenges your personal narrative, are you curious about the new information and use that to update your beliefs or do you give in to confirmation bias and find ways to reject the evidence that contradicts your assumptions and look for information that strengthens your point of view. Interpreting and selectively gathering data to fit our beliefs as opposed to using opposing views to update our mental models is a cognitive bias and it limits how we…

Combat confirmation bias by learning to recognize situations in which mistakes are likely and try harder to avoid significant mistakes when the stakes are high #confirmationbias #psychology #cognitivebias #mindset #inspiration #growthmindset #motivation #change #life #lifelessons #mindfulness #danielkahneman #probability #gooddecisions #confirmation #success #growth #startup #entrepreneur #business #leadership Daniel Kahneman, Confirmation Bias, Cognitive Bias, Startup Entrepreneur, Personal Narratives, Critical Thinking Skills, Try Harder, Decision Making, Growth Mindset

Confirmation Bias: Going Beyond Our Personal Narrative | TechTello

When confronted with information that challenges your personal narrative, are you curious about the new information and use that to update your beliefs or do you give in to confirmation bias and find ways to reject the evidence that contradicts your assumptions and look for information that strengthens your point of view. Interpreting and selectively gathering data to fit our beliefs as opposed to using opposing views to update our mental models is a cognitive bias and it limits how we…

Psychological attack triggers the same part of the brain as a physical threat. When others oppose our ideas, it’s perceived as a threat by our brain. This fight or flight response without our awareness gives way to confirmation bias #confirmationbias #psychology #cognitivebias #mindset #inspiration #growthmindset #motivation #change #life #lifelessons #mindfulness #danielkahneman #probability #gooddecisions #confirmation #success #growth #startup #entrepreneur #business #leadership Daniel Kahneman, Confirmation Bias, Fight Or Flight Response, Brain Connections, Cognitive Bias, Startup Entrepreneur, Personal Narratives, Decision Making, Growth Mindset

Confirmation Bias: Going Beyond Our Personal Narrative | TechTello

When confronted with information that challenges your personal narrative, are you curious about the new information and use that to update your beliefs or do you give in to confirmation bias and find ways to reject the evidence that contradicts your assumptions and look for information that strengthens your point of view. Interpreting and selectively gathering data to fit our beliefs as opposed to using opposing views to update our mental models is a cognitive bias and it limits how we…

Confirmation biased can be recognised based on the information we wish to remember, evidence we seek and how we interpret data #confirmationbias #psychology #cognitivebias #mindset #inspiration #growthmindset #motivation #change #life #lifelessons #mindfulness #danielkahneman #probability #gooddecisions #confirmation #success #growth #startup #entrepreneur #business #leadership Daniel Kahneman, Confirmation Bias, Cognitive Bias, Startup Entrepreneur, Personal Narratives, Decision Making, Growth Mindset, Cool Things To Make, Personal Development

Confirmation Bias: Going Beyond Our Personal Narrative | TechTello

When confronted with information that challenges your personal narrative, are you curious about the new information and use that to update your beliefs or do you give in to confirmation bias and find ways to reject the evidence that contradicts your assumptions and look for information that strengthens your point of view. Interpreting and selectively gathering data to fit our beliefs as opposed to using opposing views to update our mental models is a cognitive bias and it limits how we…

Confirmation bias is a cognitive bias in which we interpret and selectively gather data to fit our beliefs as opposed to using opposing views to update our mental models #confirmationbias #psychology #cognitivebias #mindset #inspiration #growthmindset #motivation #change #life #lifelessons #mindfulness #danielkahneman #probability #gooddecisions #confirmation #success #growth #startup #entrepreneur #business #leadership Daniel Kahneman, Confirmation Bias, Cognitive Bias, Startup Entrepreneur, Personal Narratives, Critical Thinking Skills, Do You Remember, Decision Making, Growth Mindset

Confirmation Bias: Going Beyond Our Personal Narrative | TechTello

When confronted with information that challenges your personal narrative, are you curious about the new information and use that to update your beliefs or do you give in to confirmation bias and find ways to reject the evidence that contradicts your assumptions and look for information that strengthens your point of view. Interpreting and selectively gathering data to fit our beliefs as opposed to using opposing views to update our mental models is a cognitive bias and it limits how we…

This infographic explains the process to move to higher order thinking which enables us to seek results of our decision into the future. Shifting from first order to second order thinking requires deliberate practice to go beyond easy answers to making more deliberate choices using system2 thinking by Daniel Kahneman #futureofwork  #thoughtleaders #opinion #investing #makingdecisions #keepthinking  #decisions #future #mentalmodels #howardmarks #thought #leadership #management #tech #success Howard Marks, Team Morale, How To Motivate Employees, Higher Order Thinking, Think Fast, Cool Things To Make, How To Make, Positive And Negative, First Order

Second Order Thinking: Thinking Practice To Make Better Decisions | TechTello

While making decisions, how often do we optimize for long term gain at the cost of short term pain? A good process for making decisions requires second order thinking which unravels the implications of our decisions by thinking about its consequences in the future. It’s tempting to give in to good outcomes with small upside that are easily accessible and visible to us without weighing in on the potentially large downside of these decisions in the future

Apply this second order thinking template in your decision process to see the positive results of your efforts compound over time. This form of higher order thinking requires identifying second and third order consequences of our decision #futureofwork  #thoughtleaders #opinion #investing #makingdecisions #keepthinking  #decisions #future #mentalmodels #howardmarks #thought #leadership #management #tech #success Team Morale, How To Motivate Employees, Higher Order Thinking, Think Fast, Positive And Negative, First Order, Decision Making, Cool Things To Make, Personal Development

Second Order Thinking: Thinking Practice To Make Better Decisions | TechTello

While making decisions, how often do we optimize for long term gain at the cost of short term pain? A good process for making decisions requires second order thinking which unravels the implications of our decisions by thinking about its consequences in the future. It’s tempting to give in to good outcomes with small upside that are easily accessible and visible to us without weighing in on the potentially large downside of these decisions in the future

It’s important to differentiate between the first order thinking and second order thinking to make a conscious effort to shift. First level thinking looks for easy answers driven by our past experiences and beliefs. Second level thinking is hard and looks beyond our current assumptions and beliefs #futureofwork #thoughtleaders #opinion #investing #makingdecisions #keepthinking  #decisions #future #mentalmodels #howardmarks #thought #leadership #management #tech #success Team Morale, How To Motivate Employees, Think Fast, Cool Things To Make, How To Make, Positive And Negative, First Order, Decision Making, Personal Development

Second Order Thinking: Thinking Practice To Make Better Decisions | TechTello

While making decisions, how often do we optimize for long term gain at the cost of short term pain? A good process for making decisions requires second order thinking which unravels the implications of our decisions by thinking about its consequences in the future. It’s tempting to give in to good outcomes with small upside that are easily accessible and visible to us without weighing in on the potentially large downside of these decisions in the future

Second order thinking as a mental model requires going out of our comfort zone to think outside the box. Second order thinking provides a framework to make decisions by learning the second-order effects and third-order effects of our decisions and analyzing its impact in the near future #futureofwork  #thoughtleaders #opinion #investing #makingdecisions #keepthinking  #decisions #future #mentalmodels #howardmarks #thought #leadership #management #tech #success Decision Making, Making Decisions, Team Morale, How To Motivate Employees, Think Fast, Cool Things To Make, How To Make, Positive And Negative, First Order

Second Order Thinking: Thinking Practice To Make Better Decisions | TechTello

While making decisions, how often do we optimize for long term gain at the cost of short term pain? A good process for making decisions requires second order thinking which unravels the implications of our decisions by thinking about its consequences in the future. It’s tempting to give in to good outcomes with small upside that are easily accessible and visible to us without weighing in on the potentially large downside of these decisions in the future

We limit ourselves when we do not apply inversion mental model in our thinking. We ignore patterns of failure, do not envision roadblocsk and ignore future risks. Invert, always invert - Charlie munger said this to unlock our thinking Charlie Munger, Cross Functional Team, Think Fast, Write To Me, Make An Effort, Achieve Success, Decision Making, Problem Solving, Cool Things To Make

Inversion: Mental Model To Uncover New Possibilities | TechTello

Thinking opposite of what we desire is not natural. Inversion mental model provides an objective way to explore the problem by thinking the opposite of what we seek. Going beyond our limitation requires questioning our existing beliefs and assumptions to uncover new possibilities and establish a better perspective to our original question with greater clarity and understanding

Inversion: Mental Model To Uncover New Possibilities Cross Functional Team, Think Fast, Write To Me, Achieve Success, Decision Making, Problem Solving, Cool Things To Make, Personal Development, Imagination

Inversion: Mental Model To Uncover New Possibilities | TechTello

Thinking opposite of what we desire is not natural. Inversion mental model provides an objective way to explore the problem by thinking the opposite of what we seek. Going beyond our limitation requires questioning our existing beliefs and assumptions to uncover new possibilities and establish a better perspective to our original question with greater clarity and understanding

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