Tag: critical thinking

Let’s Support Each Other: 9 Ways to Support Others & Give Back To The Society During Difficult Times.

Focusing on the problem instead of searching for a solution is definitely much easier and kind of alluring especially for overthinkers. But at the same time, it does not help in any way. Not to mention that overthinking usually accompanied by overanalyzing every single thing can easily make us feel stuck in a situation that we’ve never wanted to be in the first place. A better approach is to focus on the solution, not the problem.

Problems are a part of life. We all have them. Some people just know how to deal with them a lot easier. They do it because they have mastered the art of leveraging problems to create opportunities – opportunities to grow, learn and improve in a way that leaves them much better off than before the problem existed.

That we are living through hard times is quite clear for all to see. With everything that is happening right now in the world, it’s easy to get overwhelmed, depressed, overly stressed and extremely anxious. But only if you focus on the problems. However, if we focus on searching for the solutions we can all wake up in a better world tomorrow.

How to Make Better Decisions: 9 Simple Steps.

Which is better logic or intuition? Critical thinking or intuitive thinking? Pure logic or gut instinct? Who makes better decisions; those who rely on logic alone or those who believe that their gut instinct is enough to make every life decision. What’s a better approach to make the right decisions?

Well, if you ask me I do believe that the best approach to the decision-making process is a mix of emotion and cognition. Because only if you combine critical thinking with emotional intelligence you can be sure that you’re minimizing your biases when making decisions.

The Very Reason Why You Should ALWAYS Listen To Your Gut Instinct – the sound of your inner voice.

When we want to take a decision we usually rely on our critical and logical thinking completely forgetting about our sixth sense – our intuition. Some call it “gut feeling” or “gut instinct”, I like to call it my the sound of my inner voice. Our intuition is a precognitive knowledge that helps us make decisions, avoid danger and live in a more authentic way. In other words, “gut instinct” is our best life guidance. Of course the best way to make a conscious decision is to combine gut instinct with critical and logical thinking. So be mindful, listen to your gut and use your logical reasoning and you should be fine.

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