You are what you Think #3

Level Three. At level three you Sustain your thinking.

Even if you are going to Dream, there should be Structure in your dreaming. Example of how God Conceptualize and Constructed the material world. Remember, You are what you Think. This brings me to the second Level. The French Poet Voltaire made the following profound statement when he said: “No Problem can with stand the Assault of Sustained Thinking”. Meaning, that if you encounter a Problem along the way as you Mature Grow and Develop (MGD), and you will find problems along the way. The problems cannot touch you if you continue to apply thinking.

Look at it like this. I would like you to Think Acutely (Serious), As much as we hear about bringing creativity to classroom and business, we hear even more about teaching and using acute thinking skills. Let’s all climb on the same page about critical thinking and what it entails.

First, let’s explain out the difference between Thinking and Critical Thinking.

Here’s what I’ve come up with:

“I’m thinking about the beach,” or “I’m thinking about my mom’s food,” is plain vanilla ice-cream thinking. Thinking is giving mental attention to something that doesn’t require assessment (meaning to calculate) or response from the thinker.

Alternatively, Critical Thinking guides our assessment of and our reactions to information being considered— honestly, the act of thinking critically demands a reaction, any reaction or decision (including everything from “nope, that’s utterly incorrect,” to “oh, ok, that fits in my web of preexisting knowledge this way” to “well now that I know that, I have to change my whole life”). Either way, critical thinking demands objective examination of a topic and then a conscious response to that examination. In other words, you should be doing a lot of it (CRITICAL THINKING) every day.

So, what will it be? Will Thinking you Employ today? Yes, I said Employ!

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