Thinking: 12 Highly Effective Secrets of the World's Most Powerful Men to Build Strong Decision Making Prowess, Better Problem-Solving Skills & Always Getting What You Want
- Human Psychology Series
- Narrated by: Trevor Clinger
- Length: 1 hr and 36 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Categories: Business & Careers, Management & Leadership
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Discover the secrets of the world's most powerful men to build high decision-making prowess, better problem-solving skills, and always getting what you want!
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to solve problems and make decisions in life. This eye-opening book introduces listeners to the complete crash course on how to apply critical thinking in solving problems and making decisions basically for the individuals who are poor in solving problems and those who are eager to learn more about decision making.
This book gives practical insight, techniques, and the actionable steps the listener can apply in making decisions and solving problems using the following:
Understanding critical thinking
How critical thinking solves problems
Barriers to problem solving
How a problem solver thinks
Improving decision-making skills
So go ahead! Grab your copy and start listening today!
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- Peter F. Kelly
This Book is Very Information Packed!
Thinking is an information-filled book. From beginning to end it is informative and helpful to build one's knowledge of critical thinking problem-solving skills. Once you get used to the monotone reading style you see the book is crammed full of useful information.
- Rick Johnston
I couldn’t even make it through the first 30 seconds... it’s like listening to a robot. TERRIBLE.