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How can we improve our critical thinking skills? Why should we?
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Critical thinking doesn’t equal higher intelligence. In layman’s terms, it’s just a more logical way to think about solutions from all angles.

Some of us may have stronger critical thinking skills than others, but we can all learn how to improve and develop our mind.

Here are some suggestions that can help you strengthen your critical thinking skills:
1. Clarify. Make sure you have a clear understanding of the problem you’re trying to solve.
2. Attempt to find a solution. Take some time with a pen and paper to define all possibilities.
3. Information. Next, gather as much information as possible to support all the solutions you’re considering, as well as information you need to refute them.
4. Learn how to analyze. Now you have a problem, a list of solutions, and all the information you need to support or refute each of those decisions
5. Conclude. Make an intelligent conclusion to your original problem. Make sure you have the documentation to back up and prove your decision.
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