Monday, April 15, 2019

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

We finished week six. If this were a University and if it were a graduate course where you had engaged daily, and seriously, with the material by now you could have earned three accelerated graduate credit hours. A foundation course for many good things to come. 

Did you engage daily? Did you dig all the concepts? Combined them all together in new ways every week? Researched more sources? Answered all the questions? Asked in return as many questions as you had?

It's not too late. Every minute of every day that you spend not pursuing your fullest potential to contribute to humankind's progress ahead is a minute or even a day wasted. Think about it. All your happiness is in nobody else's hands but your own. Do something serious about it!

Let's see the last seven concepts we introduced:

36. Integrate

37. Impact

38. "Why not?"

39. Accurate measures of performance 
(conscious avoidance or reduction of Dunning-Kruger effect)

40. Commitment 

41. Beyond

42. Precautionary principle 

If you did all the things we asked and you enjoyed it, congratulations. Another set of six weeks starts now. Either way, enjoy the ride. 

Ah, one more thing. 

Next time your house is in fire, and the firefighters come, "just say no!" It turns out firefighters, a Benjamin Franklin invention, are just socialist! Like public libraries. Or are they?;)

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

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