Research shows critical thinking is more important than IQ for making smart decisions. This toolkit gives you what you need to become an exceptional thinker.
A famous proverb says, “as a man thinks, so is he.” This is true because our thoughts drive our actions. If you try to change your behaviors without first changing your thoughts, you will almost certainly fail. Your mindsets undermine your best attempts because you always act in ways that are consistent with your mindsets. If your mindsets don’t reinforce the behaviors you try, you’ll revert to behaviors that align with your mindsets.
Changing your mindsets involves first becoming aware of the mindsets that exist in our subconscious, steering us without us knowing. Once you surface them, you build evidence against the ones that are undermining your personal and professional development until your mindsets change.
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