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Mental Models

Mental Models

The way you look at how something works in the real world is called a mental model. It’s your thinking framework about something.

But when we make decisions, we often don’t think about our framework and immediately jump to a discussion about potential outcomes.

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If your mind can conceive it, and your heart can believe it, you can achieve it.

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