Using First Principle Thinking in Practice

In theory, first principles thinking requires you to dig deeper and deeper until you are left with only the foundational truths of a situation.

In practice, you don’t have to go down to the atomic level to benefit from first principles thinking. Just going one or two levels deeper than most people is often enough. 

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