40 notes tagged with "meta-cognition"

Building a Second Brain

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

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Published on 9 months ago

Flaws in Human Thinking

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

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Published on 9 months ago

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…

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Published on 7 months ago

Risk Schmisk - Annie Duke

Expected Value: Theoretical net positive or negative of a given event over time. Volatility > Luck: How much variation there is around the…

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Published on 5 months ago

Think Again by Adam Grant

In a constantly changing environment, it pays to be able to change your mind. You should know how to re-think - so as to integrate new…

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Published on 4 months ago

Thinking Fast and Slow, Blinkist

Summary of the [ Thinking Fast and Slow ] book. Does not cover the things mentioned in the other note. Heuristics Mental shortcuts to…

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

Published on 5 months ago

Thinking in Bets - Annie Duke - Talks at Google

Uncertainty comes from... Hidden Information Chance Our brain tend to make these mistakes... More prone to make false positive errors. We…

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Published on 5 months ago

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…

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Published on 6 months ago

Assume Criticism to be True

When receiving criticism, just accept it in the initial stage. Hear out the criticism assuming it is true. You can analyze it later. By…

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

Published on 5 months ago

Availability Heuristic

You overestimate the probability of something that you hear more often/remember easily. Eg. We think accidents kill more people than strokes…

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Published on 5 months ago

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