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doomerjk · 2019-08-12 · Original thread
Learning them is bloody hard, personally - there are a ton of established ones to keep track of and I at times find myself trying hard to remember them vs. just moving forward and building my own.

That said this book has helped enormously --

Introduced via the interview between the author and Shane Parish @ Knowledge Project (Farnam Street).

giardini · 2019-06-19 · Original thread
Yes. I was recommended Page's

"The Model Thinker"

when this YC topic popped up. Page's book is sort of a reference book, something you use periodically rather than a beginning-to-end read.

But it does seem that "models" are all the rage currently.

emre · 2019-05-13 · Original thread
I would recommend Poor Charlie's Almanack by Charlie Munger and these following two books:

The Model Thinker: What You Need to Know to Make Data Work for You by Scott Page and

The Great Mental Models: General Thinking Concepts by Shane Parrish

lisper · 2019-04-25 · Original thread
> Is this a book review?

Yes, for this book:

> What does the title have to do with the article?

Nothing. It's a click-baity allusion to this famous book:

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