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My mental model
[00:00:00] Okay. It is about that time for many reasons, personal and professional, and someone who sees a lot of people to discuss my car driving analogy, which is we do not get the mental modeling about how to approach life and all the that can and will affect us in life. And so we tend to walk around feeling very scared in life that like, oh my God, such and such is gonna happen.
Which means we're really walking around, going on the assumption that life is supposed to be perfect without any glitches, and then the minute imperfection gets thrown in our way, holy cow. Death and destruction, which of course we all know from experience is the farthest from the truth, and if we examine that, we would do better.
My car driving analysis and analogy is that whether or not you realize it, you are mentally. Something that really helped you get in the car and not catastrophize. And if you weren't mentally modeled, that you would be one of those few people on earth who is completely scared. I don't know the word, what phobia it is to drive.
And if [00:01:00] we applied that mental model, then we would do best. For example, I'm gonna get in my car. I'm not gonna Dre be drunk, I'm not gonna text. I'm gonna put on my seatbelt. I'm gonna have airbags, and I will make sure that I will get to my destination because I have to be there. Now there's a chance I'm gonna have an accident, but it will likely be a.
There's a very small chance of a catastrophic car accident, and if it exists, then I will accept it, but I will not live in fear of it. Apply that mental model to everything in your life because it will happen That I am sure of.