I’ve already told about the truthseeking group (The Buddy System) as a great way to improve decision-making process.
How to share information inside such a group and how to disagree efficiently (to find a good solution)? And how to communicate outside of such efficient group?
There is a set of rules called “CUDOS” that can be used for this…
Our Rational Answer books club has selected a book for February. It is “Thinking in Bets” by Annie Duke: https://www.amazon.com/Thinking-Bets-Making-Smarter-Decisions-ebook/dp/B074DG9LQF
This book is written by a multi-million dollar poker tournaments winner (and her brother is also a multi-million dollar poker tournaments winner - so it’s a family business ;))
She teaches how to apply poker thinking to make decisions in financial markets, strategic planning, human resources, law, entrepreneurship…
Chapter 5 covers CUDOS principles:
- Mertonian communism: more is more (about information)
- Universalism: don’t shoot the message
- Disinterestedness: we all have a conflict of interest, and it’s contagious
- Organized Skepticism: real skeptics make arguments and friends
+Communicating with the world beyond our group.
Sharing my mind map with all the details as usual: