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The Discipline of Clear Thinking:

Published on 5/5/2019
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The Discipline of Clear Thinking: Thomas Edison once said, “Thinking is the hardest discipline of all.” It has been said that there are three types of people. There are those who think (The small minority); there are those that think they think, then there are those who would rather die than think. a. Take time to think though the critical issues and problems in your life. Put aside long, unbroken chunks of time, thirty, sixty and then ninety minutes. Peter Drucker said that, “Fast people decisions are usually wrong people decisions.” In addition, fast decisions with regard to your family, career, money or any other major issue are usually wrong decisions. b. Sit quietly for 30-60 minutes to think. Practice solitude on a regular basis. “Go into the silence.” c. Whenever you practice solitude for more than thirty minutes, you activate your super conscious mind and trigger your intuition. You get it right from the “still, small, silent voice within.” d. To think better, take a pad of paper and write down every detail of the problem situation you are facing. Sometimes, the right thing to do immerges as you write down the details. e. Aristotle once said that wisdom (The ability to make good decisions) is a combination of experience plus reflection. The more time that you take to think about your experiences, the more vital lessons you will gain from them. f. Go for a walk or exercise for 30-60 minutes. Very often when you are exercising, you will get insights or ideas that help you to think better and make better decisions. 1. The Miracle of Self-Discipline Copyright© 2017 | Brian Tracy International | All Rights Reserved | Privacy Policy 5 g. Talk your situation over with someone else who you like and trust, and who is not emotionally involved. Very often, a different perspective can totally change your viewpoint. h. Always ask, “What are my assumptions?” What is it that you are assuming to be true about the situation? Fast people decisions are usually wrong people decisions. i. What if your assumptions were wrong? What if you were preceded on the basis of false information? Always be open to the possibility that you could be completely wrong in your current course of action. Be open to doing something completely different.

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