Terrified of making bad decisions and missing great opportunities? Do you question your judgment and doubt your intuition?
Your brain is like any other muscle: it needs training to improve. Nobody is born with flawless critical thinking and judgment skills. These skills usually require systematic practice, but you can shortcut the learning curve by learning and mastering the methods of the best thinkers, psychologists, and high achievers.
This book collects all the tips, tricks and tactics of the most successful people to develop your inner smartness.
The Unlimited Mind will show you how to think smarter and find your inner genius. This book is a collection of research and scientific studies about better decision-making, fairer judgments, and intuition improvement. It takes a critical look at our everyday cognitive habits and points out small but serious mistakes that are easily correctable.
Discover and utilize the uncharted parts of your brain.
Zoe McKey has studied human cognition for over a decade. To her, it was essential to know how others think to secure her own survival. This book collects her personal experiences and some of the most famous studies in cognitive improvement and social psychology to show you the way to better critical thinking, decision-making, and judgment.
Leave analysis paralysis for yesterday. Learn:
-How to overcome your mental blocks and improve your life
-How to discover your "personal excellence"
-The advantages of thinking like a professional and not an amateur
-How to bring out your best creative thinking
-Improve your intuition skills quickly and permanently
Don't get stuck on decisions ever again.
-Learn to use the 6 Hats Method(TM) to make the best multilateral decisions
-Master your time management with Philip Zimbardo's time paradox theory
-Learn to set goals like a champion with Arnold Schwarzenegger
If you commit to practicing the techniques in this book you'll learn to gather and assess relevant information instead of an unfocused mass of data. You'll have a self-directed, self-monitored, self-disciplined, and self-corrective way of thinking. You'll know how to analyze situations from different angles so you won't jump to hasty, premature conclusions but well-founded, objective ones.
You will make better predictions, reduce regrets that follow a bad decision and become more aware of your life in general.