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We put knowledge into silos

But there’s value in the wisdom that comes from “thinking like” someone else (from the work of @ShaneAParrish @JamesClear @ScottAdamsSays )
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Think like a behavioral psychologist: what are the incentives? What are the cognitive biases in play?
Like an economist: what are the cost/benefits, is there sunk cost? What’s supply and demand?

like an evolutionary biologist: what are the underlying motivations?

Like a scientist: be skeptical of co-incidence, require evidence for correlation/ causation, what’s the base rate? What’s my starting hypothesis?

Like a philosopher: inversion, what’s the opposite of what we want, (& so how do we avoid that)
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💪A thread on amazing Twitter threads 😍👇
In the process of revamping my #Twitter profile (dormant earlier), I have come to appreciate the wonderful underutilized platform it is!
Some threads contain crisp knowledge capsules that can help many. Starting 1 on such curated content
1. I largely rely on this: to find content
2. What I wish to share is what coincides largely with my interests- #Learning, #Investing, #Behavioralpsychology (#mentalmodels, #bias, etc), #Businessbooks, Industry insights/case studies, Life experiences, etc
While it will be difficult to structure the order of content here, I will try to block threads by category (as noted above & more). Feel free to comment with any good thread that you would have come across. Cumulative learning always helps.
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