Critical Thinking: 30 Ways to Smarter Thinking, Better Problem Solving And Improved Decison Making by Phillip Murdock Steele (ePUB, MOBI)


Critical Thinking: 30 Ways to Smarter Thinking, Better Problem Solving And Improved Decison Making by Phillip Murdock Steele
English | Non-fiction: Psychology | EPUB, MOBI | 1.2 MB

Are you interested in improving your ability to make quick, efficient choices, boost your memory and improve your empathy all at the same time? If so, then Critical Thinking: 30 Ways to Smarter Thinking, Better Problem Solving and Improved Decision Making is the book you have been waiting for.
The act of critical thinking can most easily be broken down into two core parts. The ability to properly use a group of data generating skills and the frequent use of the same to determine the best course of action in a specific situation. This skill is as important when dealing with interpersonal relationships as it is when looking inward to work through personal problems and most people don’t even take the time to improve it. One common thread among successful people is their outstanding critical thinking skills and you can practice these same skills while going about your day.
Inside Critical Thinking: 30 Ways to Smarter Thinking, Better Problem Solving and Improved Decision Making you will find a detailed discussion of critical thinking and its related tenants, a test to find your critical thinking baseline and critical thinking tips and exercises for both novices and experts.

Inside you will learn
• Learn how to practice critical thinking any time
• Learn to pick apart your thoughts and find hidden biases
• Learn how to listen with purpose
• Improve mental acuity and personal character
• Learn the importance of questioning everything you hear
• Learn how to see the world from another perspective
• And much more!

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