I learn, write & share ideas on how to improve our thinking process.

These musings are more of a self-reminder on not to act stupid. 

The first principle is that you must not fool yourself – and you are the easiest person to fool

“It is remarkable how much long-term advantage people like us have gotten by trying to be consistently not stupid, instead of trying to be very intelligent.”
— Charlie Munger

This Charlie Munger quote triggered my quest to become better thinker.

If you want to explore the similar journey for yourself and want to become an effective thinker, then some of my lessons are going to help you definitely 

I segregate my writing under two categories - 

1. Thoughts  - These are my observations around our thinking process. They are short, frequent and cover the multiple aspects of human psychology.

2. Longform - They are a long form exploration with the intent to optimise our thinking process. Here I try to explore the deeper emotions which trigger these thinking process and how can we improvise them

I write about enduring topics like Understanding Biases, What is ​multidisciplinary thinking? and Mental model fundamentals – To get you started

I strongly believe in practical applications and usability of our learnings. 

Therefore, every week I share a real-life use-cases such as Why all Petrol pump stations are in vicinity to each other? , Life is Uncertain , Why doing dishes can be a key for marital bliss? and many more through my weekly newsletter - "Learning Journal"

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