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That’s why we’ve put together How to Never Argue Again (Unless You Want To), a free guide to help you have better conversations that don’t end with hurt feelings and lost relationships. To get it, go to Mentally Unscripted and sign up for our email list.
How to Stop Fearing the Decentralized Tomorrow (crossover with Mental Supermodels)
How Confirmation Bias and COVID Divided the World
A Conversation with George Silverman (MindSkills Creator)
Go Meta or Go Home (George Silverman Medium article)
The Mentally Unscripted Origin Story: Why Paul lacks a soul and Scott hates the man
False Consensus Effect: Our tendency to overestimate how much others share our opinions.
Having a passion for something is good, but we can’t let it push us into having angry arguments.
Good arguments are reasoned discussions that help you share and learn new ideas. They don’t start with a conclusion then seek out facts. They seek out facts then make a judgment.
We all have blind spots (confirmation bias). By being aware of them, we can improve our discourse.
Go meta to help manage discussions and improve them.
Engage with Scott and Paul on the Twitter thought control machine.
We’re also on Odysee (full episodes and clips).
Follow Scott at Strength and Reason and on DESO.
How to have thrilling conversations on blistering hot topics without fighting…
It’s easier than you think.
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It’s totally free (for now) and worth hundreds in therapy.
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