You only need to see two or three feet in front of you.
Recognize mental models
Mental models are the cognitive frameworks we use to make sense of our experiences. This “invisible architecture” influences what we pay attention to, how we perceive and understand what happened, and how we decide. To disagree better we need to recognize the cognitive biases and blind spots that lead us to less effective behavior and decisions, and consider additional ways to interpret our experiences.
Try counterfactual thinking instead.
Real is a rabbit in a bramble patch.
Five ways to stop “less-than”-ing during conflict and conflict resolution.
Dismissive positivity and buried empathy begone.
And how to avoid potholes, too
Changing our minds is exhausting.
A good one for your favorite questions list.
Have better disagreements in your personal and professional relationships.
Welcome to Do-Land.
Thank you, Universe.
Prevent your natural negativity bias from hijacking your smarts.
It’ll steer you wrong.
Find a quiet spot for two minutes.
Don’t fall for the sunk cost fallacy.
Love is blind.
Stop trying to persuade them out of their resistance.
What would Bart Millar do?