Making Your Own Munger Mental Model: Focus Investing Series Part 3

The idea of developing a network of mental models is based on the concept that everyone should approach problem-solving from many difference perspectives. The traditional teaching method used in the typical American classroom revolves around the idea that topics should be learned in isolation from other topics. This inhibits students from learning that ideas from multiple disciplines can be used with great success when trying to solve problems. Focus investors should develop their own systems of mental models to help them make better investment decisions.

In the following section of this article the various individual areas of knowledge that . . .

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