By: John Adair the author of Decision Making and Problem Solving



Extraordinary Thinker: Kore 10 Tips

Lateral    Outside the Box    Inventive    Positive

Subconscious Mind    Intuition    Left and Right Brain


Analyzing: separating a whole into its constituent parts.  Analytical thinking is closely related to logical step-by-step reasoning. Logic has two main parts: deduction (inferring from the general to the particular; the process of deducing a conclusion from what is known or assumed) and induction (inferring or verifying a general law of principle from the observation of particular instances).

Learning SWOT Questions

Synthesizing and Imagining: putting or placing things together to make a whole. You can do it physically or mentally (imagining).  >>>

3Bs of Strategic Creativity

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Valuing: judging people, establishing success criteria, evaluating, appraising performance and so on. In all valuing there is an objective element and a subjective one. What you actually value depends very largely upon your environment and culture.

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  Subconscious vs. Conscious


Naryana Murthy advice

Progress is often equal to the difference between mind and mindset.

Naryana Murhty