19 notes tagged with "meta-cognition"

5 Whys

Ask yourself why recursively about a problem 5 times. This will lead you to root cause of the problem. It will take you down the cause and…

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #framework, #problem-solving, #meta-cognition

Published on 2nd July, 2021

Building a Second Brain

Building A Second Brain is a methodology for saving and systematically reminding us of the ideas, inspirations, insights, and connections we…

Tagged with: #literature-notes, #meta-cognition, #framework, #zettelkasten

Published on 9th April, 2021

Critical Thinking Framework - CAMPER

Use this framework when consuming content to practice critical thinking. Use this when you immediately agree/disagre with the content(that…

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #framework, #thinking, #meta-cognition

Published on 9th April, 2021

Eisenhower Matrix

Make a 2x2 grid with 2 axis - Important and Urgent. This is how you treat the four quadrants... Important, Not Urgent: Schedule for later…

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #mental-models, #rationality, #meta-cognition, #decision-making

Published on 8th May, 2021

First Principles

This tool will let you break down a problem into is smallest units and build a solution focusing on those units. Some ways to do this...…

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #mental-models, #problem-solving, #meta-cognition, #framework

Published on 2nd July, 2021

Flaws in Human Thinking

Wishful thinking: Prioritize information that puts yourself in a good light - and ignore the distressing aspects. Conservatism: Difficulty…

Tagged with: #literature-notes, #cognition, #meta-cognition, #psychology

Published on 13th April, 2021

Fundamental Attribution Error

We attribute the reason of our own(or of our friends) failures to the environment, but the failures of others(or our enemies) to their…

Tagged with: #meta-cognition, #cognitive-bias, #psychology, #behavior, #permanent-notes

Published on 16th July, 2021

How to think clearly

Shortcut Method: Try to explain the concept to a child(ELI5). Its often difficult to understand why you want or like something. You need to…

Tagged with: #literature-notes, #cognition, #meta-cognition, #understanding, #pkm

Published on 23rd June, 2021

Illusion Of Explanatory Depth

People hold passionate views about topic that they don't really understand. They think they understand it - but its only apparent when they…

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #zettelkasten, #meta-cognition, #psychology, #understanding, #learning

Published on 17th July, 2021

Learning in Public

Sharing the process of building/learning something in public is better that sharing the goal of building it. Advantages of sharing the…

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #pkm, #learning, #framework, #meta-cognition

Published on 25th June, 2021

See All tags