Awake and aware are fundamental to critical thinking; if you go with the flow, you might end up on the rocks.
Critical thinking. Analyzing facts, evidence, observations, and arguments and forming a determination by applying rational, skeptical, and unbiased analyses and evaluations. Critical thinking is questioning, analyzing, interpreting, evaluating, and judging what you read, hear, say, or write. The term critical comes from the Greek word kritikos meaning “able to judge or discern.”
5 Top Critical Thinking Skills (And How To Improve Them
Critical thinking skills:
Observation: The ability to notice and predict opportunities, problems, and solutions.
Analysis: The gathering, understanding, and interpreting of data and other information.
Inference: Drawing conclusions based on relevant data, information, personal knowledge, and experience.
Critical Thinking Skills: How To Develop Them In Employees
Critical thinking in the workplace means sorting among useful and arbitrary details to come up with a big-picture perspective that leads to an impactful decision or solution to a problem.
Examples of Critical Thinking
A triage nurse analyzes the cases at hand and decides the order in which the therapist will treat the patients.
A plumber evaluates the materials and carries what would best suit a particular job.
An attorney reviews the evidence and devises a strategy to win a case or to decide whether to settle out of court.
Big-picture thinking refers to a thinking strategy that focuses on the entirety of a concept or idea instead of on each individual detail. People who use big-picture thinking can often see the long-term possibilities of a plan and the overall potential for success.
Big-picture thinkers frequently consider the long-term effects of a project, while detail-oriented thinkers focus on short-term priorities. For example, at a fashion design company, a big-picture thinker might predict the next year’s industry trends based on best-selling clothes from the current year.
Awake and aware are indispensable to critical thinking. Without thinking critically about love and friendship, you are kind of defenseless. If you just go with the flow, you can end up in some unpleasant or dangerous situations, such as abusive relationships or feeling like a failure just for being who you are. By definition, critical thinking on love provides commentary on relationships and love, and what they are and ought to be. It wholly rejects the idea that there is only one way to love or to be loved, allowing room for individuals to carve out their own unique perspectives.
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