Even before we knew what our brains were and what they are capable of, we’ve had an innate desire to get them to perform better. Think faster, be smarter, learn to think outside the box, stay focused and do more – it’s only natural that we all want to shift our brains into high gear and prime our cognitive function.
Critical thinking is the art of analyzing and evaluating thinking with a view to improving it. Approaching problems in a logical, thorough, and consistent manner. In today's article, we investigate critical thinking and the importance of it.
Discipline is vital to everything you do, and without it, in some shape or form, your life would easily turn to chaos. Most people are aware of the fact it exists, but very few, actually comprehend its concept and form any structure around its execution.
Many of us actively avoid risks. Sure, risks can be dangerous, but to progress in many facets of life, they’re often a necessary evil.
Without taking risks, businesses stagnate, personal progress stagnates and whilst others are progressing, you’re left in a heap of worry over “what if?”.
Fishing for compliments, however subtly, is in our nature. Whether we enjoy being recognised for having our skills, talents or characteristics recognised, we all seek validation from others. Why is that?