Pedro Arantesrose


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Mental Models
Mental models are frameworks, worldviews, representations, or explanations of how something works. They're how we understand the world.
Zettelkasten, April 06, 2021
Goodhart's Law
It stands that a measure ceases to be a good measure when it becomes a target.
Zettelkasten, June 22, 2021
Hyperbolic Discounting
This theory states that humans discount the value of a later reward, by the factor that increases with the length of the delay.
Zettelkasten, April 06, 2021
Natural Planning Model
It's the more effective way to think about projects and situations because it makes thinks happen sooner, better, and more successfully.
Zettelkasten, June 07, 2021
People Systematically Overlook Subtractive Changes
When faced with a problem, people tend to prefer solutions that add new elements rather than removing elements, even if removing is the more efficient solution.
Zettelkasten, April 23, 2021
Reactive Planning Model
When a team starts a project without planning ahead, it's possible that the reactive planning model ensues.
Zettelkasten, June 06, 2021
Brandolini's Law
It states that debunking false, facetious, or otherwise misleading information requires much more energy than producing it.
Zettelkasten, July 04, 2021
Decision Mental Models
Decision mental models are models that are used to make a decision.
Zettelkasten, April 22, 2021
Opportunity Cost
Opportunity cost is the loss of the benefit that could have been enjoyed if the best choice was chosen instead.
Zettelkasten, June 03, 2021
Pareto Principle
The Pareto Principle states that roughly 80% of the consequences come from 20% of the causes for many outcomes.
Zettelkasten, July 02, 2021
Radical Delegation Framework
This framework helps you assign and do work that must be done.
Zettelkasten, June 09, 2021
System Mental Models
System mental models are models that are used to help you understand how a system works.
Zettelkasten, April 23, 2021
The Threefold Model for Identifying Daily Work
It helps you to identify the kind of daily work that you can be engaged in.
Zettelkasten, April 24, 2021


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