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An Introduction to Mental Models at Farnam Street. Acquiring knowledge may seem like a daunting task.
There is so much to know and time is precious. Luckily, we don’t have to master everything. To get the biggest bang for our buck we can study the big ideas from the big disciplines: physics, biology, psychology, philosophy, literature, sociology, history, and a few others. We call these big ideas mental models. Our aim is not to remember facts and try to repeat them when asked, the way you studied for your high school history exams. Doing this puts them in a useable form to analyze a wide variety of situations and enables us to make better decisions.
The idea for building such a latticework comes from Charlie Munger, Vice Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and one of the finest cross-disciplinary thinkers in the world. Here, Charlie Munger explains his approach to worldly wisdom: Well, the first rule is that you can’t really know anything if you just remember isolated facts and try and bang ’em back. John T. Psychology (misjudgments) DataMapper v3.0. ECB Statistical Data Warehouse. Time Series (Concept Selection) - IMF eLibrary Data. Technical Silver Charts and Data - London Fix. United Nations Publications. ECB Statistical Data Warehouse. France Economic Statistics, France Economic Indicators for the Year 2010. ValueWalk.com. Canton Fair. Philippines Trade, Exports and Imports. Historically, the Philippines have been an important centre for commerce for centuries for its ethnic minority, namely, the Chinese who were also its first occupants.
The archipelago has also been visited by Arabs and Indians for the purpose of trading in the first and early second millennium. As of 21st century, the country is member in several international trade organizations including the APEC, ASEAN and WTO Since 1980s, the Philippines have opened their economy to foreign markets, and established a network of free trade agreements with several countries. The United States is one of the Philippines top trading partner. In 2010, according to US Department of Commerce dad, trade between the Philippines and US amounts to US$15.4 billion. Under the new Aquino administration, the government plans to open up the country to more foreign investment in industries such as business processing operations, mining and tourism. List of the Philippines FTAs ASEAN - China FTA ASEAN - Japan CEP. Hong Kong International Lighting Fair Spring Edition - List of Exhibitors.