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You are locked in a room You desperately want to get out You want freedom Your feelings are very strong Which is the more useful this very strong feeling or a key to the lock Feelings without the

You are locked in a room. You desperately want to get out. You want freedom. Your feelings are very strong. Which is the more useful, this very strong feeling or a key to the lock?Feelings without the means to carry them out are not much good. At the same time, the key without the desire to leave the room is also not much good.We need values, feelings amd thinking.Feeling is no substitute for thinking.Thinking without values is aimless.Values and feelings are equally important but insufficient without thinking.-Edward de BonoThe foreword description was interesting and surprisingly, it answer some of my unanswered question about thinking. I always wonder, do people actually think in everyday life? Or people just think in certain situations? Do 'feelings' and 'values' can be included in the thinking processes while brainstorming? Those questions finally answered by this one piece of book. Good علم نفسك التفكير Creat Edward de Bono is a Books Our happiness and success depend on clear thinking But too many of us are compromised by confusion, trying to do too much at once, and not knowing what to do next.In Teach Yourself to Think, Edward de Bono shows that good thinking depends on a simple five stage process that anyone can learn It will enable you to assess your goals, sort available information, identify theOur happiness and success depend on clear thinking But too many of us are compromised by confusion, trying to do too much at once, and not knowing what to do next.In Teach Yourself to Think, Edward de Bono shows that good thinking depends on a simple five stage process that anyone can learn It will enable you to assess your goals, sort available information, identify the available choices, make a decision and, finally, turn thought into action.This book offers brilliant advice for anyone who needs to be able to respond to and deal with a vast range of situations at work and in life quickly, efficiently and intelligently.. Edward de Bono is a British physician, author, inventor, and consultant He is best known as the originator of the term lateral thinking structured creativity and the leading proponent of the deliberate teaching of thinking in schools.. The best Ebook علم نفسك التفكير كتاب جميل مفيد يحتوي على الكثير من الأفكار التي تساعد الإنسان على التفكير .. ابتداءاً من هدف التفكير وأغراضه وانتهاءاً باتخاذ الخطوات العملية لهذا التفكير .. ومن أبرز أفكار الكتاب التّي علقت في ذهني أذكر:نظرية القبعات الست وأهميتها في التفكير* الحلم يكون سلّبي عندما نحلم فقط تعويضاً عن مآ نعانيه في الواقع*الحلم والاختراع كلاهمها نفس الشي فهُما نوع من تحديد الأهداف*علينا أنّ ندرك دائماً أن تحديد المشكلة يختلف عن تنفيذها*يتضمن التفكير الكثير من التنظيم .. مثل من أين أبدأ ؟*وضع الخطط " يحتاج إلى الحّس والتّطلع إلى المّستقل " و التّحطيط يحتاج الى خطوات واليات منتطمة واليه زمن كافي *نقضي وقتنا في حل المشاكل بدون البحث عن الفرص والسبب في ذلك أن الفرص تحتاج إلى مجازفة ومغامرة* نحن لا نحب خوض مثل هذه التجارب لإننا رضينا بالواقع* الابتكار والابداع من مكونات التفكير*التحريض مهم لإنه يولد أفكار جديدة*الدّماغ يصنع سلاسل متتابعة أو مسارات يعتمد تفكيرنا عليها*يُعتبر أسلوب الكاتب صعب بعض الشي ويحتاج إلى التركيز من أجل استيعاب مآ يود الوصول إليه .. ومن أكثر الأمور التي واجهتها صعوبة هي عدم تقسيم الموضوعات الرئيسية إلى فصول , كل فصل يحتوي على فكرة رئيسة وشرح مفصّل عنها مع ذكر الأمثله , فلو فعل ذلك لكان الوضع أسهل والإستيعاب أسرع والأفكار أنظم ! بالإضافة إلى ذكر عدد كبيير من الأمثلة وتكرار نفس الأفكار أكثر من مرة و هذا من شأنه إشعار القارئ بنوع من الملل .

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  1. Edward de Bono is a British physician, author, inventor, and consultant He is best known as the originator of the term lateral thinking structured creativity and the leading proponent of the deliberate teaching of thinking in schools.

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  1. You are locked in a room You desperately want to get out You want freedom Your feelings are very strong Which is the useful, this very strong feeling or a key to the lock Feelings without the means to carry them out are not much good At the same time, the key without the desire to leave the room is also not much good.We need values, feelings amd thinking.Feeling is no substitute for thinking.Thinking without values is aimless.Values and feelings are equally important but insufficient without th [...]


  2. very good book with lot of practicalityi doesnt help you at first but when you grasp the concepts its like a mindfireit hepls you thinking clearer and makes thinking enjoyablei used to hate thinking at first and i didnt think at all but now it helps me building me my own hobby clean and clear thinking with lot of enjoyment i m still reading the book i haven t applied all the concepts thaught.but up to now its amazing resource for thinkers





  3. Good ideas presented in a simple and understandable way The downside was the lack of references to anything other then his own work, constant sales pitches to his other books and an author who believes he is innovative and new, telling the reader that nothing new has been done in thinking since Socrates until his books He often makes claims with no evidence to support them, mainly in regards to his achievements Throughout the book there are random snippets of his achievements that often seem to [...]


  4. One of wonderful book that gives frame works for thinking.The frame work given in this book helps make better decisions out of the possibilities.He shares valuable insight that helps reader to think better,transforming decisions into actions.




  5. Un libro muy interesante de De Bono en donde desarrolla el proceso de pensamiento en cinco etapas, indicando para cada una de ellas distintas t cnicas de pensamiento lateral.Quiz el concepto m s fuerte del libro es la cr tica que hace el autor al pensamiento occidental de centrarse en la cr tica la l gica y el procesamiento de la informaci n como centrales en el proceso de pensamiento dejando de lado la percepci n.




  6. It has a few good ideas, un evidenced of course, but they probably would have fitted in a pamphlet or small booklet This book is repetitive and blatantly up selling, and there are much better resources out there.


  7. Certo che questo libro ha una sconfinata ambizione La scheda sulla quale sto scrivendo mi chiede la data di inizio e di fine lettura del libro Come al solito non ne prendo conto Per me leggere un libro non ha mai un inizio ed una fine precisi Sono iniziative che il mio pensiero prende senza che la mia mente possa darmi una spiegazione precisa Questo per dire che pensare di poter insegnare a pensare una cosa che ritengo impossibile O quasi La dimostrazione c l ha data William Shakespeare quando c [...]


  8. The book I can t live without this yearIf I were to pick a book that I would regret not reading, it would have to be Teach yourself to think by Edward De Bono.Why this book On hindsight, this book has changed my life in many ways It helped me discover why all the ideas that I used to have were not able to come to fruition It gave me a practical framework that I could apply to my work.What is the wondrous Framework It could be summarised in this brilliant and intuitive acronym below To What is th [...]



  9. Quite a heavy read leaving you a feeling thinking should be complex that it is A lot of repetition in the text, explaining same things multiple times with very little difference A book defending itself against critics is a bit questionable too Still had some ok points and gave some good ideas about thinking process, but could be way lighter.


  10. Terribly boring and confusing The examples given are very vague and sometimes silly The author keeps referring to his other books, it feels like a pitch to the reader to buy those books as well And what bugs me the most there are no references in the book to literature about thinking


  11. Interesting book and easy to read Several usable methods can be found in it for everyday life too not just for researchers I m giving a neutral 3 and will re rate when I have read others in this topic.






  12. Good Book to set you start thinking in a structured way.Not sure if this book teaches you how to think but it almost gives you a framework about thinking in a structured way.







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