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The Ladder of Inference

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Jeanette Smith

on 6 June 2013

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Transcript of The Ladder of Inference

The Ladder of Inference "Every issue, belief, attitude or assumption is precisely the issue that stands between you and your relationship to another human being; and between you and yourself."
-Unknown We all jump to
conclusion & infer
based on our own
experiences Jumping to conclusions leads to the belief that: - What we believe is true
-The truth is obvious
-Our beliefs are based on data
-The data we selected is real (and of course accurate & true) I select "data"
from my
observations I add meaning
to the data I observed (based on my own experiences) I make
assumptions
based on the
meanings I
have made I develop conclusions about the world from my
assumptions I adjust my beliefs based on these
conclusions I take action
based on my
beliefs Reflection Loop Reflection Loop helps you to "short circuit" your thoughts by asking questions Ask
Questions Advocacy Reflection Loop helps you to share
how you came to
your assumptions; explain
your point of view I observe the
world around me
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