We are what we eat, and are what we think!
Critical thinking is defined as a type of rational thought about what to believe. What to do in any given situation. Critical thinking can help an individual clarify goals, assumptions, evidence, and also contribute to accomplishing actions; always looking at the big picture in any given situation.
- Critical thinking is an everyday activity.
- A deciding factor whether we believe something within an academic or technical context.
- How we react to new tasks, situations, people, and difficulties.
- What we need to perform at our best
- Adequate knowledge of the subject
- Improve reading skills or vocabulary
- The purpose of analysis
- Level of discourse expected
Present the provocation of thinking critically as meticulous verification and, if confirmed by the evidence, present the confidence to debate for an alternative view.
- Are you adequately motivated to achieve your goals?
- What are the most intriguing aspects?
- How will your field of knowledge affect your long-term ambitions?
- What is blocking your progress?
“To succeed in growth, you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone, and a funny bone.” Reba McEntire
“Watch out for the joy-stealers: gossip, criticism, complaining, fault finding, and a negative, judgmental attitude.” Joyce Meyer