Ames Window and Feynman's First Principle

I came across an interesting optical illusion called Ames Window. Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KrpZMNEDOY This shows how the optical illusion fools our brain even though we know that the reality is different. This is a very good example to keep in mind, because our brains are really susceptible to make such mistakes, and this is... Continue Reading →

Principles: Thoughts on “Potential to Performance”

I am not an HR guy. I have never aspired to be. However, I did enjoy the HR related courses during my MBA and really liked the Professors who conducted them. I myself had to use different aspects of HR for various training/courses I have conducted. One of the topic that always interests me is... Continue Reading →

Invert, Always Invert

One of the few people I closely follow is Charlie Munger. He often cites the mathematician Carl Gustav Jacobi Jacobi while talking about his favorite mental models. The mental model he borrowed from Jacobi was that of Inversion. Jacobi said: "Invert, Always Invert" Inversion is really a powerful too and I often use it in... Continue Reading →

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