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Kaleidoscope Thinking: How to Think Faster and More Clearly

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Charlie Munger

"Well, the first rule is that you can’t really know anything if you just remember isolated facts and try and bang ’em back. If the facts don’t hang together on a latticework of theory, you don’t have them in a usable form."

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There are two key components to form an effective latticework that allows you to think faster and more clearly.

  1. You need to have many mental models from a wide range of disciplines, different ways of looking at the world and solving problems. For example, supply ...

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Latticework is similar to the prism of a kaleidoscope. If you only have one bead in your kaleidoscope, everything looks the same. The more beads you add, the more images you see with each turn. You can look at the same objects, but see it in many different ways.

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Historically, power was mostly about controlling access to information. However, the internet has leveled that field. A Google search result can show you the same thing as a CEO. Credentials are devaluing. MIT, Stanford, and other universities share many of their classes online f...

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