Audiobooks Super Thinking: The Big Book of Mental ModelsAutor Gabriel Weinberg –

You Can T Really Know Anything If You Just Remember Isolated Facts If The Facts Don T Hang Together On A Latticework Of Theory, You Don T Have Them In A Usable Form You Ve Got To Have Models In Your Head Charlie Munger, Investor, Vice Chairman Of Berkshire Hathaway The World S Greatest Problem Solvers, Forecasters, And Decision Makers All Rely On A Set Of Frameworks And Shortcuts That Help Them Cut Through Complexity And Separate Good Ideas From Bad Ones They Re Called Mental Models, And You Can Find Them In Dense Textbooks On Psychology, Physics, Economics, And Or, You Can Just Listen To Super Thinking, A Fun, Illustrated Guide To Every Mental Model You Could Possibly Need How Can Mental Models Help You Well, Here Are Just A Few Examples If You Ve Ever Been Overwhelmed By A To Do List That S Grown Too Long, Maybe You Need The Eisenhower Decision Matrix To Help You Prioritize Use The Whys Model To Better Understand People S Motivations Or Get To The Root Cause Of A Problem Before Concluding That Your Colleague Who Messes Up Your Projects Is Out To Sabotage You, Consider Hanlon S Razor For An Alternative Explanation Ever Sat Through A Bad Movie Just Because You Paid A Lot For The Ticket You Might Be Falling Prey To Sunk Cost Fallacy Set Up Forcing Functions, Like Standing Meeting Or Deadlines, To Help Grease The Wheels For Changes You Want To Occur So, The Next Time You Find Yourself Faced With A Difficult Decision Or Just Trying To Understand A Complex Situation, Let Super Thinking Upgrade Your Brain With Mental Models Includes A PDF Of Charts, Drawings, And Cartoons Illustrating The Mental Models Of Super Thinking PLEASE NOTE When You Purchase This Title, The Accompanying PDF Will Be Available In Your Audible Library Along With The Audio There s definitely some useful material in here and probably every reader will learn a few new ideas However, in my opinion the authors forgot about one of the most important mental models when writing this book Focus.Over large sections it just feels like a bullet point list of mental models and metaphors artificially woven together to appear as if there s something like a narrative Unfortunately, often than not I was really missing a coherence in this stirring pot of ideas.I d dare say that cutting out 30% 50% of the mental models and instead honing in on the most important ones 80 20, you ve said it yourself could have provided much value to the reader, especially with regards to retaining all these ideas.Because come on, you really don t need to explain to people what a red line is.