Charlie Munger’s Psychology Mind Maps, Seeking Wisdom
If you want to know about the properties of elements then you should read the periodic table. If you want to know about the solvency of a company then you should look at its balance sheet. What if we want to learn about our own irrationality? Without any doubt I would read Charlie Munger’s psychology of human misjudgment. I came across this gem three years back. Every time I read this, I learn something new about my irrationality. Guy Spier is a Zurich based investor and author of a book entitled The Education of a Value Investor. In a recent interview he told about the value he got out of Charlie Munger’s psychology of human misjudgment.
For 18 months, Mr. Spier listened to nothing in his car but a lecture on human misjudgment by Charlie Munger, Mr. Buffett’s vice chairman at Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.A) (NYSE:BRK.B). Of the two dozen mental mistakes cited by Charlie Munger, “I realized I was guilty of all of them,” No wonder he has sought, as he says in his book, “to banish the false assumption that I am truly capable of rational thought.” Once he accepted “just how flawed my brain really is,” he writes, “I could design an array of practical work arounds based on my awareness of the minefield within my mind.” To escape what he calls “the New York vortex” of bad influences such as envy, greed and hyperactive trading, Mr. Spier moved his fund to Zurich in 2008.
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Charlie Munger: Mind Maps: Quicker Notes, Better Memory, and Improved Learning 3.0 – Description
Mind Maps: Quicker Notes, Better Memory, and Improved Learning 3.0 by Michael Taylor
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Charlie Munger: Mind Maps – Review
Great Addition to the Previous Versions By Adrian Aziyu
Format: Kindle Edition
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