Mental models with AI Coach

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Don't let your thoughts control you - take charge of your life with our Mental Models AI Coach. Learn and apply mental models to your unique scenarios and problems.

Think in Sync with with Over 50+ Mental Models

Do you feel overwhelmed and stuck by your complex scenarios and problems? Do you wish you had a better way to think and solve them? Experience the wonder of mental models and chat with our Mental Models AI Coach to tackle your unique scenarios and problems.

Illusion of Control
Illusion of Control

Many people believe that they can control the outcome of a game of chance through their actions, such as choosing certain numbers on a slot machine or counting cards in blackjack. However, the outcome of these games is ultimately determined by chance, and no amount of strategy or skill can change that. Despite this, many people continue to gamble, believing that they have some level of control over the outcome. This belief can lead to problem gambling and other negative consequences.

Emotional Bank Account
Emotional Bank Account

In a romantic relationship, where a couple has built trust, respect and love by communicating openly and showing appreciation for each other. However, when one partner makes a mistake like lying, it can damage the trust and the emotional bank account. But by making amends and rebuilding trust, the relationship can strengthen the emotional bank account.

Confirmation Bias
Confirmation Bias

Think of an individual who holds a belief that a certain stock is going to rise in value. They only seek out information that supports this belief, such as positive news articles or analyst recommendations. They ignore or dismiss any negative information, such as market trends or financial reports, that suggests the stock may not perform as well as they expect. As a result, this person may make investment decisions based on confirmation bias, which can lead to poor financial outcomes.

Model of Cognitive Dissonance
Model of Cognitive Dissonance

Cognitive dissonance is the mental discomfort or stress experienced by a person who holds two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values. An example of this is a person who smokes cigarettes but also believes that smoking is harmful to their health. In this case, the person's belief that smoking is harmful creates dissonance with their behavior of actually smoking. To reduce this discomfort, the person may rationalize their behavior by telling themselves that smoking is not as bad as they thought, or that they will quit soon.

Model of Self-Handicapping
Model of Self-Handicapping

Imagine a student who doesn't study for an exam because they "know they will do bad anyway" or an athlete who skips practice because they are "not in the right mood". By not putting in the effort, they can attribute any failure or poor performance to the obstacle they created for themselves, rather than their own lack of effort or skill. This behavior can be detrimental in the long run as it can create a cycle of avoiding challenges, and limit the person's ability to improve and reach their full potential.


Imagine that you are worried about the future and unsure of what steps to take next. To apply the mental model of Tawakkul, you might: Reflect on your values and goals and try to focus on the present moment Trust that God has a plan for you and try to let go of excessive worry Do your best in your current circumstances and have faith that things will work out as they are meant to.

Questions for your problems

Do you feel like you don’t understand your own scenarios and problems well enough? Do you struggle to find the root cause of your issues? Our Mental Models AI Coach will ask you deeper questions to help you explore your scenarios and problems from different angles and perspectives.


Why bother about mental models?

Mental models are the thinking tools that you use to understand life, make decisions, and solve problems. Some of the best thinkers in history have used mental models to achieve great results, such as Charlie Munger, Richard Feynman and Elon Musk.

How can I learn and apply mental models?

You can learn and apply mental models with the help of our Mental Models AI Coach. It is a chatbot that teaches you various mental models and helps you apply them to your unique scenarios and problems.

Who build this app?

This app was built by @sameedahmad, an indiehacker and solopreneur, who is passionate about mental models and learning. He created this app to help people learn and apply mental models.

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