The introduction of the occurrence mental model you want to get rid of

This article was removed from Medium.com… I guess it offended a “star” there…

The person whose articles inspired this one has 10 active predatory genes…

In my next article, the one I am working on, I’ll ponder about that high number… As I just did, in my Sunday call with an old friend who is like the perfect mirror to me…

I don’t publish those calls for general consumption: they are a tad gossipy, I talk about people there… but select subscribers can get it… $15 a pop… and worth it, if you are are willing to change your mind… Most never will. You can email me for a link… and I’ll decide if I want you to have it or not.
Mental Models: relate to and solve problems with different, fundamentally different perspectives of reality

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A vibrational review of Michael Simmons, and the introduction of the occurrence mental model you want to get rid of

Mental Models: relate to and solve problems with different, fundamentally different views (perspectives) of reality
It doesn’t take high IQ… it takes the ability (spiritual/mental capacities need to be activated in your DNA through application) to look at things in different ways.

You have an innate, most likely emotions-based mental model, where you judge things by how you feel about them or the person who recommends/sells them.
What clues you in that you are using a mental model is the word: know/don’t know
And that is, of course, all the time.

Some mental models are more useful than others, but all of them are imprecise. Why? Because “reality is collective hunch… at best.”

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