When families argue about the holiday

By: trademagazin Date: 2007. 04. 25. 08:00

– How did you become a researcher of human thinking?
– I studied medicine in the USA, in Madison and I became interested in the nature of thinking during my time at the university.
– Is it possible that thinking has not changed much because it is good enough as it is?
– I believe that existing thinking is not bad, but it is not comprehensive enough. I have worked out a new theory of thinking and I have defined creative thinking. The essence of parallel thinking is that many people are looking in the same direction and try to find a solution together.
– Why do you use specifically six stages to define the process of thinking?
– The human brain can usually remember seven things as a whole. Six seemed like an ideal number.
– Do you use your own system?
– Of course.
Improving our thinking requires a lot of energy. How many people are willing to make this effort?
I don’t think it takes a lot of effort. For example, sometimes families argue about holiday destinations for weeks. Knowing the method of thinking hats, they can agree in ten minutes.

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