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This quick, 25-day plan for thinking more clearly and effectively in every area of life shows readers how desires and emotions distort thinking and how they can correct such situations.
Published March 1st 2006 by Prentice Hall
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Jun 30, 2013Dee Renee Chesnut rated it liked it · review of another edition
I can use the same review for Discover the Power of Critical Thinking for they are essentially the same book, just different editions.
I downloaded this book when it was free from Barnes and Noble.com's Nook store.
This is the kind of book you wish some other people would read before they would even open their mouths; and yet, I would not recommend it as the best source of information about critical thinking for there is too much self-reference in such statements as 'read our other books and vis
Just read SOME of the quotes (not all are particularly jntelligent) at the end of each nugget. The rest lacks proper thinking.
In fact, the book would have benefitted from some critical self thinking by the authors instead of blind self righteous preaching.
When obvious stuff isn't being stated, the summary nugget from the authors is: Just go hide in a room somewhere, read all the books you can and live life through the books. Yeah that's the key!
I read this book as one of my morning reads. I like the challenging contemplative nature of the writing. Each section has a list of questions to challenge and promote active thought. I will reread this again!
Nov 09, 2017Jackie Brown rated it really liked it · review of another edition
Fairly good
It was a little dry at times, but so long as I was able to keep up the Journaling portions it really did move along at a good pace. It took while to get back to if I got busy though. It's hard to find time for THIS much Journaling.
Inspired by spending too much time with this book.
Dec 28, 2011Danielle rated it liked it
There is a lot of information covered in this book. Each day is a short entry with suggestions on how to recognize/work on the daily goal, like noticing hypocrisy within my own beliefs and actions. There are many areas in this book for me to work on, and in some cases one day wasn't enough, which is why once you read through it the author recommends doing it for 25 weeks. A week is a bit long for some that I may already have down. One downside of reading this book was listening/observing the peo...more
Sep 09, 2012Gizzard rated it really liked it
Great introduction to what is considered critical thinking. It probably will not appeal to people who do not want to question any of their beliefs, but it doesn't hurt to question your thoughts and beliefs. No two people see things the same way and trying to understand others is a great start.
A bit short and could have used more explanations
It is a nice, easy way to just try to give oneself the ability to actually think about the things and people in the world and see them in better detail and from different perspectives. I think the writing is not outstanding, but may be intentionally simple to allow the reader more freedom of thought.
May 24, 2012Eddie rated it

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really liked it
Shelves: self-help
This book started strong, with lots of thought provoking questions and suggestions, however it felt a little like it started trying to push an agenda, become a world citizen and other politically correct ideas. While I agree with somewhat with the suggestions, it just seemed a little preachy about them, as if you're doing it another way, you're doing it wrong....more
Jan 05, 2012Audra rated it really liked it · review of another edition
I really need to read this when I'm in a better mindset....more
pro: if you read it straight through, it's pretty short
con: they did an updated 30 day version
...i actually think it's pretty promising...
Feb 12, 2012Rhonda rated it liked it · review of another edition

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Great positive steps to consciously take to change the way you think about your thoughts!
Dec 29, 2011Tina added it
There were some good points, but some obvious bias, too. Kind of surprising, considering how much they wrote about critical thinking.
Could not smog my way through it. Uncle.
it is a very enlightening books especially in its final thoughts.
excellent, this is my first text on critical thinking and it will not be last
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Dr. Linda Elder is an educational psychologist and a prominent authority on critical thinking. She is President of the Foundation for Critical Thinking and Executive Director of the Center for Critical Thinking. Dr. Elder has taught psychology and critical thinking at the college level and has given presentations to more than 20,000 educators at all levels. She has co-authored four books, includin...more
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“Intellectual empathy requires us to think within the viewpoints of others, especially those we think are wrong.” — 3 likes
“Everything we know, believe, want, fear, and hope for, our thinking tells us. It follows, then, that the quality of our thinking is the primary determinant of the quality of our lives.” — 1 likes
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