Mental models on Learning

Learning is certainly more than classrooms, teachers and right answers…. its the lifelong process of building the skills you need.  Here are the tools I used to build a learning environment.

I recently came across Charlie Munger’s 1995 speech, The Psychology of Human Misjudgment, which introduced me to an explanation of what I’d been doing all my business life – using the power of  applying mental tools from a wide array of disciplines and applying these to the business questions I had.Read more

Mental tools for better Strategizing

Yes, strategy is more than moving pieces around a board whether its chess or football. But i am not a big believer in having lots of thinking about strategy- I’ve posted about the 5 critical questions about strateggy before, and here I’ll show you my other tools.

I recently came across Charlie Munger’s 1995 speech, The Psychology of Human Misjudgment, which introduced me to an explanation of what I’d been doing all my business life – using the power of  applying mental tools from a wide array of disciplines and applying these to the business questions I had.Read more

Mental tools for Negotiating

I’m not criticising EU commission President Juncker, I’m sure he would say that this quote was taken out of context… but when he said Britain must leave the EU immediately, it was just the first step in a negotiation, and to do this effectively we had better learn about the mental tools associated with negotiating.

I recently came across Charlie Munger’s 1995 speech, The Psychology of Human Misjudgment, which introduced me to an explanation of what I’d been doing all my business life – using the power of  applying mental tools from a wide array of disciplines and applying these to the business questions I had.Read more

How to become the Decider

Today’s post isn’t about George W Bush, but he did say in 2006 he was the decider, my perspective is, if he had used these mental tools his decisions would have been much much better, but you be the judge.

I recently came across Charlie Munger’s 1995 speech, The Psychology of Human Misjudgment, which introduced me to an explanation of what I’d been doing all my business life – using the power of  applying mental tools from a wide array of disciplines and applying these to the business questions I had.Read more