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It is the awareness and understanding of your own thought processes. Metacognition refers to the processes used in self-regulation, self-monitoring, and self-reflection. People who practice metacognition can think more critically, rationally, and productively.
Without this ability to distance ourselves from our experience, we would have little ability to moderate and direct our behaviors as they happen.
Most people lack insight about the weaknesses in their intellectual or emotional skills. They overestimate their abilities, which leads to over-confidence.
When you ask yourself better questions, you are forced to think deeply about your tasks and problems and the best way forward.
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It means producing something novel or original, evaluating, solving problems, whether on paper, on stage, in a laboratory or even in the shower.
Geniuses know “how” to think, instead of “what” to think.
People who are more creative can simultaneously engage brain networks that don’t typically work together.
A famous quote from Thomas Edison is that "genius is one percent inspiration, and ninety-nine percent perspiration."
While passion and perseverance are essential to reaching your ...
A strategic mindset questions and refines your current approach while facing setbacks and challenges. People with a strategic mindset continuously look for a more efficient route.
We might all benefit from thinking strategically in the pursuit of our goals.
A new study found a strategic mindset may make the difference between success or failure.
We should be aware and understand our own thinking processes. Useful strategies would include tracking your progress, recognizing your flaws and the areas that need improvement, then creating steps to overcome those challenges.
To be effective in information gathering, you need to let go of assumptions and be aware enough to recognize when you’re jumping to conclusions, making judgments, or using labels.
Asking curious, open-ended questions encourages dialogue instead of dictating what other people should do or think, And the best communicators listen more than they speak.