Critical thinking and creativity go hand in hand. Critical thinking lets you look objectively at a problem, issue, object or person and take into consideration the entire picture. Creativity enables you to take that entire picture and look at it in a new way.
If you’re on a quest to become a more critical thinker – that is, analyzing a situation before acting on it or forming an opinion based on things like religious beliefs, environment and other factors, there are five key steps that you should use to use critical thinking to your best advantage
When we were children, few words were more exciting to hear than the phrase "field trip." Field trips were a break from schoolwork and an opportunity to go on an adventure with friends. Now that we are grown ups, taking a field trip can be just as fun and memorable if only we were willing to sign our own permission slips so we could go on one.
Humans are lousy multitaskers. Too many people claim to be great at it, but the truth is they are not. They are fooling themselves. If they take on too many tasks, the result is they either don’t get anything done, or they have to cut corners in an attempt to get everything done.
Being self-critical is a great way to push yourself into being a better person. Perhaps you want to do your job better. Or you want to help community members. You may even want to yell less at your kids. When you critique yourself, you have the ability to make changes. But, can you go too far with this?
In this podcast we have a chat with Stephanie Barret. A registered counsellor who specializes in working with couples. She gives us the ins and outs of having a positive relationship long lasting relationship. Watch the Video https://youtu.be/An_R2yPTmCY Or Listen to the podcast