The Art Of Effective Thinking Part 2

  • Attachment Thinking: Our emotions prevent us from seeing things as they are.
  • Strategic Thinking: It’s aim is to devise an effective blueprint for action.
  • Abstract Thinking: Thinking about intangible concepts such as freedom, equality.
  • Practical Thinking: Use of common sense to evaluate the feasibility of ideas.
  • Mature Thinking: Being aware of our emotions and having empathy for others.
  • Spiritual Thinking: To find a deeper purpose to life.
  • Divine Thinking: It imbues our every thought with selfless love
  • Good thinkers are those who can use any or all of these styles depending upon situation at hand.

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