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How to be a Brilliant Thinker: Latih pikiran Anda dan temukan solusi-solusi kreatif

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How To Be A Briliant Thinker akan membantu anda memformulasikan ide-ide bagus, berpikir dengan cara-cara baru, dan sukses dalam pekerjaan dan karier anda. Menunjukkan kepada anda bagaimana cara menggunakan teknik-teknik seperti :
- berpikir lateral
- berpikir analitis
- memecahkan masalah
- memenangkan argumen
- meningkatkan kinerja memori anda
- mewujudkan ide-ide anda
Paperback, 251 pages
Published 2011 by Elex Media Komputindo (first published 2010)
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Ami Iida
Jun 09, 2015 Ami Iida rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
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This is a book to train the thinking.
They have preached a method of utilizing many frameworks of thinking .
It has summarized them systematically.

They help terrifying.
Ever since I was rejected by my dream institution with the reason for decline "That you lack lateral thinking we seek for". I have read up countless of books on how to develop this thinking ability I lack.

This book contains many repetitive techniques and explanations that other books mentioned, however with its up to date examples it would be a good book for youngsters to relate to.

I know I did.
Mohamed Alsaid
This book is great when you want to change and develop your life.Many effective strategies to have in your mind. the book demonstrates many concepts to ignite your mind and start thinking and solve your can read it many times.
The unkind would describe this as a puzzle book packaged up as a serious attempt to make us, the people, use our brains better and more effectively. The unkind would be wrong. This book is an effective way of boosting the capabilities of your brain using relatively simple techniques. These techniques are designed for the reader to question perceived ways of thinking in order that more creative and appropriate solutions are found to problems.

Anyone who has had children will know that the most dif
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It is a compilation of ideas from quite a lot of brain boosting books. The author has painstakingly distilled the essence of these ideas and presented in an easily digestible manner. Each of the books referred to is a classic by Itself and well worth an independent rigorous study. This could become a life changing read for someone who religiously puts these ideas into practice, which by the way is not an impossible task.
Ko Matsuo
Quick read. Sloan's point is to keep people from jumping to premature conclusions. Instead of merely looking for evidence that supports preset beliefs, the author promotes divergent thinking (as opposed to convergent thinking), asking questions, and spending time in problem analysis. A nice wake up call.
A fairly quick read. Contains many of the tips from ThinkerToys, and a few others as well. I found most useful the list of common thinking errors. A few good tips on idea selection (don't be too quick to rule out extremes; don't be too critical with your ideas too early on), and leadership (only be the first to speak if you want to sway your subordinates; Ask friendly questions and maintain amicable body language when you come across ugly situations.)
"How to be a Brilliant Thinker" is written in a way that targets lazy thinkers, but doesn't address lazy thinking. Lacks any originality, but is polite enough to be a quick read.
exercise your mind and find creative solutions
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Paul Sloane read Engineering at Trinity Hall Cambridge. He came top of Sales School at IBM, became MD of Ashton-Tate UK, VP International for MathSoft and CEO of Monactive. He now writes, speaks and gives workshops on lateral thinking in business, creativity, innovation and leadership. He is married and lives in Camberley in Surrey. He has three grown-up daughters. He is a keen chess and tennis pl ...more
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