Factfulness: a neologism that refers to how good we see the real world through statistics and charts (and how poorly we perform in general knowledge).
Tag Archives: critical thinking
Short Guide to Critical Thinking – Part 3
Confidence, ignorance, and context are three concepts that together define our perception of what we or others know.
Short Guide to Critical Thinking – Part 2
Humans aren’t naturally great at seeing the world statistically. So, they make up their own reference points.
Short Guide to Critical Thinking – Part 1
This article divided in three parts considers 8 ways to make more consistent decisions.
Inside the Book: The Socratic Method
The invaluable heritage that Socrates and Plato left us continues to positively influence our ideas and decisions. This book tells us how to do much better.
Top 5 Elements for Your Growth: Revised
I did some changes to my top-5 list for self-growth in the rollercoaster that is this historical moment.
A framework for deep introspection
A meditative, critical approach to maximize the value of introspection and avoid its dangerous pitfalls.
Useful as Purpose: achieving clarity and meaning
Exploring Manzoni’s Triad for the purpose of coaching conversations: what the coaching is useful for? And why clarity is
usually more important than goals?
The need for critical dialogue is becoming more urgent than ever
We should entertain as many critical conversations as possible to refresh our views, challenge dangerous beliefs and wake up our situational awareness.
Interesting as Medium: keeping the coachee engaged
Exploring Manzoni’s Triad for the purpose of coaching conversations: how do we mean “interesting” and how to use it in the dialogue?