Tag: Learning

Alice De Schutter, blog post on mental models.

Broadening my set of mental models

Last month, my dad showed me an interesting article¬†about mental models.¬†Mental models can be seen as “the mind’s toolbox for making decisions”. The article highlights the benefits of having as many as possible. According to the author, this leads to clearer thinking. As I read the article, I realised that one of the reasons I […]

Learning how to play the guitar: Shiver – Lucy Rose

“Shiver” is the second song I’ve learnt on the guitar. I only realised now how challenging it is to both play the guitar and sing at the same time. It probably explains why I get moments of confusion while playing. Thankfully, the chords are fairly simple. Also, I’m not a professional singer. Please bear with […]

“The Growth Mindset”

Today, I watched a video that talked about “the growth and the fixed mindset”. The growth mindset is one in which you understand that growth and ability is developed through hard work. On the other hand, the fixed mindset is one in which you believe that you are born a certain way – with fixed […]