Monday, April 22, 2019

Forty-nine days in the project #CriticalThinking in 365 concepts

We just finished week seven. That's the same as week one of set/course two. 

It goes without saying that you must have noticed the change of pace and depth. In just one new set of seven concepts we impose connecting them all together and asking and answering deeper and deeper questions, and we force the mind to travel on new pathways that it learns to create with some, or all, that we've introduced so far. We ask that we get into habit new processes that may be trained to become complex. Drawing a system's map? We can only get better and better at doing that by way of using and improving the process over and over again in all we do. The processes and techniques are all supposed to let the mind fly freely in new directions where over time and habit it will let it fully free of anchors, biases and constraints and ready to ask and answer more and more challenging questions on its own. We also continued introducing readings of major consequence. We invite everyone to take in the authors and streams of work and follow them thoroughly further, much beyond merely the readings introduced herein. 

Let's recap what we looked at this last week:

43. Ignorance

44. Time

45. Balance

46. Draw

47. Perspective 

48. Satisfaction 

49. Addiction

We made a lot of progress last week. The arguments we reached take some (including ourselves) decades to realize on their (our) own. 

Look back with your knowledge of today, with these seven times seven days under your belt. How do decisions made before now look with the acquired new abilities of better thinking and seeing things deeper that you built?

What other connections can you make that we could not see before?

As always, answers are always free _for the asking_!;) Ask away. 

Adrian S. Petrescu, Ph.D., J.D.

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