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Critical Thinking Hacks 2 In 1: Why You Should Be Skeptical Of People You Disagree With But Even More Skeptical With People You Agree With
- Christopher Hayes
- M & M Limitless Online Inc.
- 9 X 6 X 0.81 inches
- 1.36 pounds
- Business & Economics > Decision Making & Problem Solving
Do you want to improve your brain power by thinking critically in your daily life?
Do you want to practice logical exercises to better your decision- making skills?
Are you seeking confidence in your arguments and wish to think more efficiently?
If you find yourself wanting to know more about critical thinking strategies, you've found the perfect solution.
This workbook is for the individual who wants to think clearly and organized - for the person who wants to make the best decisions for themselves.
Critical thinking is a mindset more than a technique.
It allows us to unlock our intellectual independence and gives us wisdom and authority.
Critical thinking involves a slow thought-out experience of deciding whether you agree or disagree. Instead of feeling trapped in that grey-area of decision-making, you'll learn how to solve problems with accuracy and efficiency.
The Foundation for Critical Thinking, a non-profit dedicated to promoting education for critical thinking, wrote a 2019 article titled, Our Conception of Critical Thinking.
They state, Critical thinking is that mode of thinking -- about any subject, content, or problem -- in which the thinker improves the quality of his or her thinking by skillfully analyzing, assessing, and reconstructing it.
The result? A well-cultivated critical thinker who raises vital questions and problems, formulating them clearly and precisely.
This workbook includes:
- Critical Thinking Unleashed - How to Improve and Refine Your Thinking Process to Think More Effectively
- The Art of Critical Thinking - How to Build the Sharpest Reasoning Possible for Yourself
In this guide, you'll discover:
- An in-depth look at what critical thinking is and how it helps reshape human thoughts of prejudice, over-generalization, common fallacies, self-deception, rigidity and narrowness.
- The root societal causes for lack of critical thinking skills and the 5 benefits of learning how to think critically in your everyday life.
- How critical thinking applies to the professional world and how it benefits any career or business and a break-down of various professions that require critical thinking.
- Critical versus over-thinking and the 3 proven strategies that create a calm and rational mindset which can lead to immense innovation and deep conversation.
- The top 7 questions you must ask yourself when arriving at a conclusion (to avoid being rash and biased, but instead, rational).
- How to shift your state of mind to being critical in a 5-step process with ACTIONABLE examples that will accelerate your growth
- A Guaranteed Way to Improve Critical Thinking - 20+ strategies and techniques to practice your critical thinking skills.
- A list of over 10 fallacies and biases that are causing self- sabotaging decision-making and how your actions may be causing incorrect judgement throughout your life.
... and much, much more!
There's no need to second-guess your decisions anymore.
Critical thinking provides ownership in our beliefs which gives us true freedom of thought.
Click Add to Cart now to start taking personal responsibility for your thinking and confidently support what you believe in.
Chris is an historian of urban America in the 20th century. He earned a Ph.D. in American history from Rutgers University, which is also his undergraduate alma mater.
He is writing a book, under contract with Columbia University Press, examining New York City in the decades after World War II to try to make sense of the July 1964 rebellions that gripped the city for nearly a week. It is an exploration of race, housing, employment, education, policing, politics, protest and American values in New York and the nation.
His teaching is primarily in labor history across time in America, with a focus on the development of the institutions and ideologies of race, class, gender, capitalism, industry and work.
Twentieth century African American and urban history
Doctor of Philosophy: American History
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Secondary field: African American History. October 2012 Dissertation advisor: Dr. Mia Bay Dissertation committee members: Dr. Ann Fabian, Dr. Brian Purnell and Dr. Beryl Satter
Bachelor of Arts: History
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, May 2004.
Source: Rutgers University
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